This is Woodstein Media’s first and likely only contest. There will be no others until someone succeeds at this task.
The contest is simple, at least according to the more conservative segment of society. All you have to do is pull yourself up by your bootstraps to win.
Issues facing the Queer, equity-deserving and marginalized communities in the Ontario election will be the focus of a debate being hosted on May 26.
Updated the list of participants as of May 24 at 5:30 pm.
The following candidates are participating: Green Party of Ontario candidate for Nippising, Sean McClocklin, Ontario Liberal Party candidate for Willowdale, Paul Saguil, NDP candidate for Toronto Centre, Kristyn Wong-Tam, and None of the Above Party candidate for Mississauga-Streetsville Greg Vezina.
The Perth County Federation of Agriculture and the Listowel Agriculture Society cohosted a Perth-Wellington All-Candidates Meeting on May 17. This article is based on the questions that reached beyond the agriculture theme and does not include information based on conspiracy theories, misinformation or disinformation. Woodstein Media already spoke with five of the seven candidates, and you can read those conversations by clicking the links embedded in this article.
The campaign has kicked off for the 2022 provincial elections in Ontario, and Woodstein Media is speaking with candidates in its home riding of Perth-Wellington. This time, Ontario Party candidate Sandy MacGregor answered the questions.