All candidates forum

The Forum will be on Thursday, November 3 at 6:30 sharp in the Princeton Riverside Centre. The doors will open at 6:00.

  • Nov. 1, 2011 6:00 p.m.

The Princeton & District Chamber of Commerce invites you to attend the Municipal All Candidates Election Forum for the positions of Mayor, RDOS Area H Director, and Town Council.  The School Board Trustees have been elected by acclamation.

The Forum will be on Thursday, November 3 at 6:30 sharp in the Princeton Riverside Centre.  The doors will open at 6:00.

Questions can be asked from the floor or submitted to the Chamber of Commerce by 4:00pm on October 28.    They can be sent by fax (250-295-3255), email ( or drop them off at the Chamber office.  No questions will be accepted via the telephone.

The Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce provides these forums as a service for the community and businesses that we serve.  All safeguards and precautions are taken to maintain confidentiality and neutrality during these proceedings.  These Forums are designed to help you make an informed decision when you to exercise your right to VOTE on November 19.

For further information, please contact the Chamber Manager, Lori Thomas at 295-3103


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