|Prince Rupert's Lester Centre of the Arts is one of a number of
venues this month for All Candidates Forums across the Northwest.
Three of the upcoming events including the October 9th forum
in Prince Rupert will be broadcast by CityWest
As the candidates in Skeena-Bulkley Valley prepare to head for the homestretch on the road to the October 21st General Election, residents of the Northwest will have three opportunities to take the measure of their campaigns this month.
CityWest, the Prince Rupert communication company in the Northwest will be broadcasting and streaming three Candidates Forums with plans to showcase the Prince Rupert, Kitimat and Terrace events over the next two weeks.
Chris Armstrong, Director of Marketing for CityWest outlined for the North Coast Review what the schedule for the three forum broadcasts looks like:
Wednesday, October 9th -- Lester Centre of the Arts -- 7PM
Thursday, October 10th -- Mount Elizabeth Theatre -- 7PM
Thursday, October 17th -- REM Lee Theatre -- 7PM
The third of those forums will make for the final public opportunity to discuss the issues together as they make their push towards election day and and their quest for the House of Commons seat as Member of Parliament for Skeena-Bulkley Valley
The three forums will be available on CityWest Cable channels 10/310HD and streamed through the Communication company's Facebook page.
The three forums will also be re-broadcast on October 19th as follows:
Prince Rupert 3PM
Two the first of the string of election forums took place last week, with the candidates in Burns Lake and Fort St. James to launch the 2019 electoral speaking tour.
First debate for Skeena-BulkleyValley candidates revolves around their climate policy
All candidates forum in Burns Lake
The Prince Rupert forum which is hosted by the Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce will bring the candidates to the stage at 7PM on October 9th.
The candidates will also be in attendance at forums in Houston on the 8th of October and in Smithers of October 15th.
More on the CityWest plans can be explored here.
For more items of note on campaign across Skeena-Bulkley Valley see our archive page here.