Fair Vote Guelph Town Hall Meeting — Pictures
Inside Saint James the Apostle Church in Guelph
Panelists Brian Tanguay and Michael Chong
On Sunday, 6 April 2014 the Fair Vote Guelph chapter hosted a panel discussion at Saint James the Apostle church in Guelph, Ontario with panelists Michael Chong, Federal Member of Parliament for the Wellington-Halton Hills electoral district, and professor Brian Tanguay of Wilfrid Laurier University and Executive Board member for Fair Vote Waterloo.
Michael Chong talked about his private member’s bill, the Reform Act, then Brian Tanguay spoke on proportional representation.
Brian Tanguay and Michael Chong with moderator Susan Watson
Cathy MacLellan and Jennifer Ross
Michael Chong listens to participants at the Guelph Town Hall on The Reform Act
Brian Tanguay answers questions
John Dennis takes pictures
The media was well represented with both radio and television
The organizers — L-R: Norah Chaloner, John Dennis (of the Social Justice Committee at St. James), Ken MacKay, David Gundrum, Kevin Bowman, and Derek Alton.
Saint James the Apostle church
Ken MacKay of Fair Vote Guelph
Steve Dyck, Fair Vote Guelph organizer
On Thursday, 3 April 2014 Fair Vote Guelph members Ken MacKay and Steve Dyck, and moderator Susan Watson were interviewed on CFRU’s Beyond The Ballot Box: Democracy Under Threat
Fair Vote Guelph Town Hall pictures by Bob Jonkman are licensed CC-BY.