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The Lakehead Social Planning Council,

Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce

along with Lake Superior News

Sponsor


"VOTE FOR ME"

An Educational Forum for Prospective Candidates

May 24, 2014, Lake Superior Art Gallery



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Vote For Me

 

The Lakehead Social Planning Council,
Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce
along with Lake Superior News
Sponsor

"VOTE FOR ME"

An Educational Forum for Prospective Candidates
May 24, 2014, Lake Superior Art Gallery
10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Are you thinking of running in October's election?

Tickets are $50 including lunch.

Seating is limited and lunch is included therefore you must register by Tuesday May 20th at 4 p.m.


The Lakehead Social Planning Council (LSPC) and Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce are sponsor an educational forum for prospective candidates on May 24th from 10 am to 4 pm at Lake Superior Art Gallery.  This forum is targeted to people across Northwestern Ontario who are considering running for the positions of Municipal Councillor, School Board Trustee or to become a member of a Local Service Board.  The forum is open to prospective candidates, campaign workers or persons interested in the local democratic process.  The forum speakers will discuss the legislation, financial reporting responsibilities and communication strategies.

“Vote For Me”  Elections 2014 is organized by JP Fraser, a former member of the Municipality of Shuniah Council and retired Photo Editor for The Chronicle Journal.

Charla Robinson, President of Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and Mary Kozorys,  President of  Lakehead Social  Planning Council, will welcome participants at 10: am.

Featuring the following speakers: 



John Hannam
City Clerk
City of Thunder Bay
 
Karen Wilson
Trustee
Vice Chair
Lakehead Public Schools
  Rene Larson
Former Councillor
Lawyer
Heather Brown
Municipal Advisor
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 
 Media Panel

Leith Dunick TBSource

Vic Krasowski
ACADIA
Broadcasting

Gary Rinne
CBC

Julio Gomes
The Chronicle Journal

 

Links

Updated Election Guides

The Ministry Municipal Affairs and Housing has produced two election guides – one for voters and one for candidates – in order to make election information easier to find and more user-friendly.

2014 Candidates' Guide               

http://www.mah.gov.on.ca/Page7112.aspx

2014 Voters' Guide http://www.mah.gov.on.ca/Page10447.aspx

Updated Forms

Prescribed forms such as the nomination form and campaign financial statement have been updated for the 2014 election. Updated forms can be downloaded from the Central Forms Repository.

(www.ontario.ca/MunicipalElections )

Commonly used forms:

* Nomination Paper (Form 1)

Appointment for Voting Proxy (Form 3) 

Campaign Financial Statement (Form 4)


To See register Candidates  Visit Lake Superior News
Lake Superior News


Who Can Attend

Open to call candidates and their workers, especially financial officers.

64 seats available. You do not need to be a registered candidate to attend

 

Any opinions and views expressed are those of the speakers, and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Lakehead Social Planning Council or Lake Superior News or the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce

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