Things are heating up and we’re definitely not talking about the Spring weather.
The Chamber has a well-deserved reputation for helping businesses connect with candidates at every level of government and with the provincial election on the calendar for June 7, 2018, plans are coming together for a number of activities leading up to that day.
Chamber staff will be reaching out to candidates beginning April 23, with formal requests for information that will be uploaded to the Chamber’s website.
In early May, the Chamber will be posting election information and various dates related to the campaign. It will also be meeting with candidates and their teams, all with the intention of bringing the most up-to-date information regarding their policies ahead of the election.
On May 10, the Chamber will be sending out surveys to members.
On Friday, May 18, there will be an all-candidates breakfast meeting for Chamber members. Details on this event will be forthcoming.
The Chamber will be updating pre-election information on its website and in its newsletter.