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Forums to discuss candidates’ plans to address local issues

With an election fast approaching, Windsor area residents may be wondering what local candidates’ priorities are for the region.

 

This Thursday and Friday, members of the campus community and the general public are invited to join moderator Rich Garton (CTV Windsor), along with Windsor West and Windsor-Tecumseh candidates for a virtual conversation to hear what the major federal parties – and their local candidates – have to say about the federal government’s role and policies on issues that affect our cities today.

 

Topics including housing, climate action, transit, mental health, infrastructure and more will be discussed during these two virtual forums organized by the Windsor Law Centre for Cities.

 

“What do candidates see as the priority issues for Windsor?,” asks Windsor Law professor and Centre director Anneke Smit. “We hope that members of the public will attend these virtual sessions and submit their questions for the candidates in real time.”

  

To register for the Windsor West and Windsor-Tecumseh forums, please visit the Windsor Law Centre for Cities website.