Dubois pitches town hall style debates with opponents

Pierrefonds-Roxboro mayoral hopeful wants citizens as ‘informed as possible’

By Kevin Woodhouse

In an effort to ensure that Pierrefonds-Roxboro voters are as “informed as possible about the different issues at stake,” Pierrefonds-Roxboro mayoral hopeful Christian Dubois, a member of Marcel Coté’s Coalition Montreal party, is calling on his opponents to take part
in a town hall-style debate prior to the Nov. 3 election.

“The upcoming election is extremely important,” said Dubois. “One way to ensure that voters have all the information concerning the different challenges we will be facing in the next four years is to discuss them in public. I therefore invite all the mayoralty candidates for the borough of Pierrefond-Roxboro to rapidly confirm their participation in the town hall meeting.”

Dubois proposes an impartial moderator, West Island Chamber of Commerce president Éric Leouson, who would field the questions of varying local issues to the candidates with citizens having the opportunity to ask the candidates their own queries.

“It is an excellent opportunity to not only present our different priorities but to also hear what residents are concerned about for the coming years,” Dubois noted.

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