CandidateOffice If elected, will you support a transition for 100% renewable energy across community energy use no later than 2050? 

  

If elected, will you defend local drinking water sources on land at-risk of development? If elected, will you support the recent resolution endorsed by the Union of B.C. Municipalities’ to implement a Guaranteed Livable Basic Income ensuring everyone has sufficient income to meet their needs? If elected, will you support local food security initiatives and strategies that will help make the community and region more food secure and resilient? 
Don McCormick

(Acclaimed)*

Mayor

 

Sue CairnsCouncillorYesYesYesYes
Kevin DunnebackeCouncillor
Craig JanzenCouncillor
Woody MaguireCouncillorI am in support of everything that this document commits a municipality to do. I do however take issue with its name as it implies that the municipality is committing to transitioning to 100% renewable energy, which it isn’t.Yes. There is not currently any developments that would impact our water shed. There is however logging and recreation in both Matthew and Mark Creek watersheds.While I am not opposed to Guaranteed Livable Basic Income I do not know enough about the issue to comment. The resolution in questions asks the federal government to implement the program without any details.Yes. I already am involved in this through my volunteer work with the Kimberley Food Recovery Depot and through my roll as President of Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook.
Jason McBainCouncillor
Sandra RobertsCouncillor
Steven RoyerCouncillor
Andrew SkalenCouncillor

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