All Candidates Forum

Forum takes place at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Oct. 2, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

An All Candidates Forum is taking place in the multi-purpose room of the Dutch Lake Community Centre on Oct. 2, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

The forum, sponsored by the Clearwater and District Chamber of Commerce, will give voters a chance to see and listen to the candidates running for the Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) as well as those running for mayor and council of the District of Clearwater.

Those running for TNRD Electoral Area A (Wells Gray Country) are Tim Pennell and Carol Schaffer.

District of Clearwater mayoral candidates are Merlin Blackwell and Jon Kreke.

The list of potential District of Clearwater councillors includes Barry Banford, Travis Borneman, Brent Cooper, Will Ellis, Lynne Frizzle, Bill Haring, Raymond Kollin, Lyle Mackenzie, Keith McNeill, Shelley Sim and Lucy Taylor.

Voting day will take place on Oct. 20.

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