All Candidates Meeting In Kitchener-Centre Tomorrow Evening

Hello Everyone in Kitchener Centre:

Tomorrow evening, Wednesday 23 May 2018, the first of 3 All Candidates Meetings is taking place at St. John’s Anglican Church, 23 Water St. North (at Duke) at 6 pm.

BallotThe meeting is an opportunity to discuss issues with candidates that are important to our community. We will sit together to have a respectful discussion about health care, income security, housing, the environment and of course, electoral reform.

Kitchener–Conestoga is next Monday evening, 28 May 2018 at 6pm at the Wilmot Recreation Centre, and Waterloo is next Tuesday, 29 May 2018 at 6pm at First United Church.

We hope you can join us to get to know all the candidates in Kitchener Centre, Kitchener–Conestoga and Waterloo.

Kind regards,
Sharon Sommerville
for FVC-WR

All Candidates Meeting hosted by @FairvoteWRC, @SPCofKW, @DivestWR, @KWCofC, @AAP_KW

BallotHello FairVoting Friends,

We are mid-election and this one is a biggy. If you are in Kitchener Centre, Waterloo or Kitchener Conestoga, please join us to speak with candidates at an All Candidates Meeting.

These meetings are not debates, they are an opportunity to sit at a table with a candidate and discuss issues that are important to our community and province. We have partnered with other social justice and environmental groups to address health care, income insecurity, housing and the environment.

In Kitchener Centre:

Wednesday, 23 May 2018, 6:00pm
St. John’s Anglican Church
23 Water Street North (at Duke) Map 1
Kitchener

In Kitchener Conestoga:

Monday, 28 May 2018, 6:00pm
Wilmot Recreation Complex
1291 Nafziger Road Map 2
Baden

In Waterloo:

Tuesday, 29 May 2018, 6:00pm
First United Church
16 William Street West (at King) Map 3
Waterloo

Hope you can join us for this opportunity to engage in a respectful discussion about important issues with our local candidates in the upcoming provincial election.

All the best,
Sharon Sommerville
for FVC-WR

Participating organizations: Fair Vote Waterloo, Social Development Centre Waterloo Region, Divest Waterloo, KW Council of Canadians, Alliance against Poverty, Disabilities and Human Rights Group, TransitionKW, RENT.