The city councillor forum will take place at the North Cariboo Community Campus in Quesnel on Thursday evening. File photo

City councillor candidate forum set for tomorrow night

Questions for candidates have been pre-selected by the Chamber of Commerce

The Quesnel Chamber of Commerce is hosting a city councillors forum tomorrow, Thurs. Oct. 11, at the College of New Caledonia campus.

The forum will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m., and the 11 candidates in the running for city council will have the opportunity to answer questions that have been compiled by the Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors.

Candidates will not know the questions ahead of the forum, according to the Chamber’s Facebook page. The forum will be moderated by Ruby Derksen.

The public is invited to attend to hear the candidates’ answers.

In the running for the six council seats, with a four-year term, are Tammy Burrows, Scott Elliott, Tony Goulet, Susan MacNeill, Ron Paull, Laurey-Anne Roodenburg, Martin Runge, Kyle Townsend, Mitch Vik, Lindsay Woods and Fritz Wyssen.

Read our candidate profiles and more election coverage here.

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