Municipal Election Supplement

    
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  Municipal Election Supplement
October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Jeremy ZhaoPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Jonathan SunstrumPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

1. I think one of the biggest issues in this election is accountability.

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Alnoor KassamPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Sandy JenkinsPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

1. Transportation, affordable housing, quality of life.

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Harry HeckPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Allan FosterPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

1. Affordable housing, the crime rate in this city, public transportation, the infrastructure. And basically, I think the engineering mistakes in this city have cost us millions of dollars.

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Elizabeth FieldingPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Dave BronconnierPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

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October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: David BertramPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

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October 11, 2007
  Municipal election supplementPDF files may take a moment to load

Municipal elections are less than a week away. The tri-annual opportunity for community democracy will take place October 15. Although less glamorous than federal and provincial politics, municipal politics have a tangible affect on issues that effect us daily, including affordable housing and transit. The Gauntlet interviewed the nine mayoral candidates who are vying for your vote. We asked every candidate the same questions about the big issues in this election.

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