WANTED: You (and, hopefully, your insightful questions)

9 Sep

Want a chance to meet the council hopefuls in your ward before Election Day?

The city has teamed up with local media to host five Meet and Greet sessions in September. From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., come chat about priorities, action plans and visions for our city while getting to know your local hopefuls.

Ward 1: Sept. 21, Maple Community Centre (10190 Keele St). *hosted by Vaughan Today
Ward 2: Sept. 29, Al Palladini Community Centre (9201 Islington Ave.) **hosted by Thornhill Liberal
Ward 3: Sept. 15, Chancellor Community Centre (350 Ansley Grove Rd.) *hosted by Vaughan Today
Ward 4: Sept. 20, North Thornhill Community Centre (300 Pleasant Ridge Rd.) **hosted by Thornhill Liberal
Ward 5: Sept. 27, Garnet Williams Community Centre (501 Clark Ave. West) **hosted by Thornhill Liberal

Mayoral and regional candidates have been invited to set up a table at each session. Ward candidates and trustees have been invited to set up a table at the events in the wards they want to represent.

Be an informed voter on Oct. 25. Visit www.vaughanvotes.ca for more info.

If you can’t attend any of the events, use the Comments section below to post your questions for candidates and we’ll try to find out the answers for you!

* For info about events hosted by Vaughan Today contact Alexis at 416-785-4311 ext 234, alexisd@vaughantoday.ca
** For info about events hosted by Thornhill Liberal contact Marney at 905-881-3373 ext 240, mbeck@yrmg.com

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3 Responses to “WANTED: You (and, hopefully, your insightful questions)”

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