From top left: Kelowna-Lake Country candidates Stephen Fuhr (Liberal Party); Tracy Gray (Conservative Party); Travis Ashley (Green Party); John Barr (People’s Party); Justin Kulik (NDP); Silverado Socrates (Independent); Daniel Joseph (Independent). Central Okanagan-Similkameen Nicola candidates Dan Albas (Conservative Party); Allan C. Duncan (People’s Party); Robert Mellalieu (Green Party); Mary Ann Murphy (Liberal Party); and Joan Phillip (NDP).

Breakfast with the candidates: Central Okanagan candidates to meet for early morning panel

The event will feature a round of ‘speed dating’ followed by a one-hour panel

Bacon, eggs, toast… politics?

The Kelowna Chamber is hoping to add a new flavour to your morning palette at an all-candidates forum over breakfast on Wednesday morning.

The event will feature a round of ‘speed dating’ wherein candidates will move from table to table to introduce themselves and hear about any burning issues. Following that will be a one-hour panel discussion in which the audience can ask questions moderated by Phil Ashman, regional dean of Okanagan College.

All candidates from both Central Okanagan electoral districts have been invited to the event.

The event takes place Oct. 16 from 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Coast Capri Hotel.

READ MORE: All-candidates meet and greet at UBCO


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