All-candidates’ meetings scheduled

Candidates running in all three Central Okanagan ridings will have a chance to make their case to the public.

The Central Okanagan Teachers’ Association will put education under the provincial election spotlight next week with a series of three local all-candidates meetings.

The meetings are scheduled for:

• Monday, April 22 at Mt.Boucherie Secondary in West Kelowna for Westside-Kelowna candidates.

• Tuesday, April 23 at Hollywood Road Education Services centre in Rutland for the Kelowna-Lake Country candidates

• Thursday, April 25 at Anne McClymont Elementary in the Mission area of Kelowna for the Kelowna-Mission candidates

All three meetings are scheduled to start at 7 p.m.

In addition to the education-focused meetings, two other groups have also announced plans for local all-candidates’ meetings. They include:

• The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce, for Kelowna-Lake Country candidates, Wednesday, May 24, at the Creekside Theatre. The meeting is slated to start at 7 p.m.

• The Kelowna Chamber of Commerce, for Kelowna-Mission candidates, during a chamber luncheon meeting Friday, May 26, at the Ramada Hotel.

 

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