Thursday, June 13, 2024
Editorials

Four more years

After a gruelling campaign season of door-knocking and sign-erecting, the candidates in Quebec’s municipal elections are either licking their wounds or preparing to start a new mandate.
Kudos to all who put forward their name on a ballot in the hopes of serving their fellow citizens. It’s not easy to seek out a job that residents spend the better part of four years complaining about.
For those who ran and lost, good on you for putting yourself out there. As a consolation, if you decide to run again, the name recognition you have built up can go a long way to helping you be successful next time around.

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