Business meeting with candidates in Courtenay cancelled

A business breakfast May 9 with the four Comox Valley provincial election candidates has been cancelled.

A business breakfast May 9 with the four Comox Valley provincial election candidates has been cancelled.

The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce gave no reason for the decision.

Following Tuesday evening’s all-candidates’ forum at the Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay, which was organized by the comox Valley Chamber of Commerce, voters have another chance to see the quartet in action.

Chris Aikman (Green), Kassandra Dycke (NDP), Diane Hoffmann (Conservative) and Don McRae (Liberal) will attend an all-candidates’ meeting on May 7 at 7 p.m. at the Cumberland Cultural Centre. Doors open at 6:30Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions from the floor. Names can be submitted when you arrive and will be drawn at random for the opportunity to ask questions of the candidates.

This all-candidates’ meeting is being presented by the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce.

The venue is being provided by the Village of Cumberland free of charge. The moderator is Nick Ward.

The B.C. election happens May 14.

For more information about the election, visit www.elections.bc.ca.

 

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