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downtown WindsorDebates hosted by the Centre for Cities on May 19 provide a forum for local candidates for provincial parliament to present their positions on issues affecting cities.

Provincial candidates to present visions for cities

The Windsor Law Centre for Cities will host local candidates for provincial parliament in debate today — Thursday, May 19.

Representatives of the major parties will discuss their positions on issues affecting cities: housing, climate action, active and public transit, mental health, infrastructure, municipal financing, as well as questions submitted by registrants.

Both debates will be moderated by journalist Rich Garton (BA 2008) of CTV News and conducted over the Zoom videoconferencing platform.

Click on the links below to register:

The Ontario general election is June 2.

Founded in November 2019, the Windsor Law Centre for Cities provides avenues for students, faculty, municipal governments, community organizations, and advocates to exchange ideas promoting sustainable and inclusive local governance.

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