It’s coming down to the final seven days of what has been one of the longest campaigns in Canadian federal election history.
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair will be making his third visit to Sarnia-Lambton this Sunday, the second during the formal campaign (his first was about a week ahead of the election call).
Marilyn Gladu, the Conservative candidate for Member of Parliament, will be taking several days off after undergoing minor surgery Friday morning, her campaign manager said in an e-mail Thursday evening. “Due to an ongoing personal medical issue, Marilyn will be having minor surgery .
It’s hard to imagine anyone leaving LamSar, a local fabrication plant on Plank Road and site of a visit by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Sunday, somehow missing the differences in strategy between the Conservative Party of Canada and the other two major choices on the October 19 federal election ballot.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will be in Sarnia this Sunday (September 20) to visit Conservative party faithful, the local campaign has confirmed.
There are currently several debates planned around the area as voters find themselves about halfway through one of the longest federal election campaigns in Canadian history.
A social justice group at Lambton College plans to hold an “open forum” all-candidates debate at Lambton College on September 24.
It appears to come down to money and vision. A decision earlier in March to exercise its veto over at least two undisclosed bids for the 8.72
Todd Case, a former Lambton County Warden and current Mayor of Warwick Township, has decided to withdraw from his bid to be the Liberal candidate in the next federal election.
Sarnia City Council will be considering (again) the future of the former Sarnia General Hospital property when it meets on Monday, with staff outlining two “paths” the City may take as it considers what to do after objections by some neighbours in the area bound by Mitton//Essex/Mackenzie and Bright Streets resulted in a tabling of a rezoning application March 9.