Municipal forum on for tonight

TERRACE mayoral and council candidates face voters this evening.

  • Nov. 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.

TERRACE mayoral and council candidates face voters this evening.

The forum takes place at the REM Lee Theatre beginning at 7 pm and is moderated by Dr. Denise Henning, president of Northwest Community College.

Divided into two segments, one mayor and one council, the evening gives the opportunity for candidates to make statements and to take questions from the audience and from a media panel.

The event is sponsored by The Terrace Standard with the assistance of the REM Lee Theatre, the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce, the Skeena Valley Rotary Club and Terrace Toastmasters.

Astral Media, CFNR and The Terrace Standard make up the media panel.

Those unable to attend in person can watch the forum live on Channel 10 thanks to the CityWest cable television service.

 

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