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MoP mayoral candidates hash it out in Luskville

An all candidates meeting was held in Luskville on Sunday afternoon, letting Municipality of Pontiac voters meet their council and mayoral candidates, plus pose questions of their own. Roger Larose, current mayor of the MoP, and Joanne Labadie are running for mayor, with the latter delivering her introduction to the crowd.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
LUSKVILLE Oct. 15, 2017
Municipality of Pontiac residents had the chance to meet their councillor and mayoral candidates Sunday afternoon, before being allowed the opportunity to sling their pressing questions straight to the contenders.
Taking over the gym in Notre-Dame-de-la-Joie School in Luskville, the three-hour meeting saw more people than chairs, as residents had plenty to ask both divisions.
Councillor candidates were up first, with candidates separated and sitting at a table designated to their ward. Ward three was won by acclamation, so that table was not represented at the discussion. The only other candidate not present was Jean Paquin, who’s running in ward six.

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