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Federal Election 2019

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The Federal Election will take place on October 21, 2019

Your vote counts—make an informed decision at the polls! Check your riding and register to vote at Elections Canada.

To learn more about the advocacy issues we have raised with the Federal Government, please review our A Strong Halton for a Strong Canada factsheet.

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To help you make an informed decision this Federal election, we asked candidates about five issues of importance for residents of Halton. Read their responses to learn about their positions on these topics and vote with confidence on October 21.


Issues

We sent a questionnaire to all Federal election candidates in our community. It asked them to clarify their position on five critical issues facing Halton.

Candidate responses

As we receive responses from candidates, we will post them on this page. Select a candidate below to read about their position.

Burlington

Karina Gould
Liberal Party
Jane Michael
Conservative Party
Peter Smetana
People's Party of Canada
Gareth Williams
Green Party

Milton

Percy Dastur
People's Party of Canada
Eleanor Hayward
Green Party
Lisa Raitt
Conservative Party
Adam van Koeverden
Liberal Party

Oakville

Anita Anand
Liberal Party
James Elwick
Green Party
John David Meaney
People's Party of Canada
Sushila Pereira
Christian Heritage Party
Terence Young
Conservative Party

Oakville North-Burlington

Pam Damoff
Liberal Party
Gilbert Jubinville
People's Party of Canada
Sean Weir
Conservative Party
Michael Houghton
Green Party

Wellington-Halton Hills

Lesley Barron
Liberal Party
Sylvain Carle
People's Party of Canada
Michael Chong
Conservative Party
Ralph Martin
Green Party
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