Canadians want to understand the candidates’ intentions and the platforms they support. Climate Change is a major issue in this election, but voters are interested in many important issues.
All candidates meetings can help citizens decide whom to vote for. The Unitarian Church of Vancouver will sponsor such a meeting on Saturday, October 5, from 7 to 9 p.m., doors opening at 6.30. Both before and after the meeting, citizens can meet the candidates in our hall.
Since the world is in a climate crisis, our questions to the candidates will centre on this problem. After a Musqueam welcome to their traditional territory, written questions from the audience will be collected.
Two other religious organizations in the riding of Vancouver Granville have started preparations for their own all candidates meetings:
Canadian Memorial United Church: Sunday, September 29, 3-5 p.m., 1806 West 15th Avenue
Temple Shalom: Thursday, October 10, 7-9 p.m., 7190 Oak Street