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? 
Michael Gray (Mike Gray)Mayor
Bradley Lawrence (Brad W Lawrence)MayorThis will be a commitment that is a choice of the communityYesYesYes
Robert A Campbell (Bob A Campbell)Councillor
Chrisiti L Ferguson-HustonCouncillorI will support moving towards renewable energy transitions as much as possible.Water use/access needs to be a primary question with regards to developmentI would need to do more research into this matter before I could make an educated decisionI would need to do more research into this matter before I could make an educated decision
Erin L PalashniukCouncillorYesYesYesYes
Dale B ShudraCouncillorI would support a transition if such step is practical and comes at a reasonable cost. I currently do not know if that is the case.YesIn principle, this is appealing. On a practical level, I would want to see what this looks like and receive feedback from the business community and others before making a decision.Yes

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