When it comes to the hot button issue of housing, Zac Miller of the NDP says his party is the best choice to make to see a positive difference.
Miller, who was also the NDP candidate for Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock in the 2018 provincial election, says one obvious way to lower the cost of housing is to “increase the supply.”
Judi Forbes, Liberal candidate in Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock, believes that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did the right thing by calling the federal election that is currently being contested. Forbes also thinks the party she represents “has had Canadians’ backs during the pandemic” and possesses the best possible plan to help Canadians recovery from the pandemic.
Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes- Brock Member of Parliament Jamie Schmale believes that small business will be the key to Canada’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. He also thinks the Conservative Party of Canada is best poised to create the conditions for that recovery more quickly than any other party.
At times, the beeping of horns of support made it difficult to do interviews.
About 80 people gathered downtown in front of Lindsay’s library to protest vaccine passports, lockdowns, and what they see as “medical tyranny.”
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At few other times in public discourse are more numbers floated for public consumption than at election time. There seem to be multiple polls outs out every day, sometimes telling conflicting stories. Politicians, as a part of their tried-and-true stump speeches, talk about millions and billions in election promises like pocket change.
Miller ran previously for the provincial NDP in 2018
Zac Miller has been acclaimed as NDP candidate for Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock.
The community activist and volunteer has spent the last several years advocating for improved healthcare and long-term care for the region through the Kawartha Lakes Health Coalition.
The local Green Party has cancelled their nomination meeting that would have decided between two candidates and instead found a riding for both contestants to run in. That means Angel Godsoe will represent Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock for the Greens.