The City of Mississauga is hosting a debate for local candidates in the provincial election to talk about public transit, sustainable infrastructure and affordable housing.
Local government | May 17, 2018
On Tuesday, May 22, the City of Mississauga will hold a candidates’ debate in the lead-up to the June 7, 2018 provincial election. One representative from each major political party will debate on Mississauga’s top priorities: public transit, sustainable infrastructure and affordable housing. Home to six provincial ridings, the Province of Ontario is an important partner in ensuring Mississauga achieves its city-building priorities moving forward.
A provincial candidates’ debate on Mississauga’s top priorities featuring local candidates from the Green Party, Liberal Party, New Democratic Party and Progressive Conservative Party.
Bonnie Crombie, Mississauga Mayor
Anita Stellinga, Interim CEO of United Way of Peel
David Wojcik, President & CEO of Mississauga Board of Trade
Francis D’Souza, Senior Manager, Editorial, CityNews, Citytv Toronto
Representatives from the Green Party, Liberal Party, New Democratic Party and Progressive Conservative Party
Members of Council
City’s Leadership Team
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Mississauga Civic Centre, Council Chambers
300 City Centre Drive
RSVP is mandatory as space is limited. For those unable to attend, the debate will be streamed live on Facebook.
On Thursday, June 7, residents are encouraged to vote for a candidate that understands that Mississauga Matters. For more information on Mississauga’s priorities, ridings and candidates, visit mississaugamatters.org.