Missed the Oct. 6 candidates debate in Terrace?

The debate, and a story on a national news website about the local campaign, are online

  • Oct. 17, 2015 8:00 a.m.

FEDERAL election candidates from the left

WITH just hours before the polls open Monday, Oct. 19 for the federal election, voters still undecided and want to find out more about what local candidates have to say or for voters who want to view their choice of candidate in action, CityWest has the answer.

The northwestern B.C. cable provider not only broadcast the Terrace Oct. 6 Skeena – Bulkley Valley candidate debate live, it has now made it available for streaming.

Go to http://citywestchannel10.ca/eventarchive/.

The local campaign is also featured on a Toronto-based news website called Canadaland.

An article highlights Skeena – Bulkley Valley Green candidate Jeannie Parnell’s support of New Democrat incumbent Nathan Cullen.

Parnell’s comments are listed as one of five examples of interesting election stories from smaller communities across the country.

The article, written by Anna Killen, a former reporter at The Terrace Standard, can be read at http://canadalandshow.com/article/community-news-election-stories-you-may-have-missed.

 

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