2018 Provincial Debate

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On Thursday, May 24th The Belleville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Bay of Quinte Riding Provincial Candidates Debate. Join us and listen as your local MPP and MPP Candidates debate local issues prior to the 2018 Provincial Election.  

When: Thursday, May 24th 
Time: Doors Open at 6:00pm ~ Debate: 7:00pm 
Location: The Empire Theatre - 321 Front St. 
Admission: Free admission with No Reserved Seating 

*Click on the image of the candidate to learn more about them*

Joanne Belanger

For almost four decades, Joanne has been a defiant social justice advocate keen on representing the Bay of Quinte community with Ontario New Democrats at Queen’s Park.

She has been a counselor for over 25 years, currently serving her 12th year as the Chaplaincy Leader at Nicholson Catholic College.

She is an active member of the Quinte Arts Council and former chair of the Quinte Coordinating Committee Against Violence.

Cindy Davidson

Cindy Davidson grew up in Napanee, ON, raised by parents that were hard working small business owners who taught her both the value of a dollar, and the reward of hard work. She is a 24 year aviation and commercial transportation industry professional and adult educator, whose career has taken her to the most remote locations across Canada.

I want to represent the people of the Bay of Quinte constituency in the provincial legislature, as a Libertarian candidate, because I believe that government should be working for the people, absent of power, scandal, or corruption.

I plan to adhere to an open door policy, where the people will always have access to me, to voice their concerns and opinions on the direction of government.

 

Robert Quaiff

Robert is the current Mayor of Prince Edward County. He has a strong record of dedication and vocally advocating for community concerns.

As mayor, he worked to build a new fire and emergency medical facility, redevelop the Main Street in Picton and invested to improve roads and housing. Robert served on the board of directors for the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO), and was Chair of the Eastern Ontario Wardens' Caucus. He was President of the Picton Rotary, served as Chair of the local police services board and presently continues to sit on this board.

 

 

 

Todd Smith

Todd was first elected to represent Prince Edward-Hastings riding at the Ontario Legislative Assembly in the General Election on October 6th, 2011.  He has was re-elected in the June 12th, 2014 Provincial Election.

Todd is the Energy Critic for the Official Opposition at Queen's Park.  Todd previously served as Critic for Natural Resources and Forestry, Small Business and Red Tape, Citizenship and Immigration Critic and Critic for the Pan Am Games.

Todd is committed to representing the residents of Prince Edward-Hastings. He and his office staff enjoy assisting local citizens get the assistance that they need from their provincial government. Todd is also committed to returning fiscal accountability to Queen's Park.