We invited all the candidates we could reach by our deadline what they would do for the residents of rural Albert County if elected. Answers are limited to 175 words and published in the order we received them. We also invited candidates to advertise.
Municipal elections are coming up! Residents in the Villages of Alma, Riverside-Albert and Hillsborough will have the opportunity to vote for village councilors and mayors on May 10th. All residents of rural Albert County can vote for members of the district education council (DEC) and regional health authority. For details, contact Elections New Brunswick at 1-888-858-8683 (VOTE) or www.electionsnb.ca.
Nominations for candidates are still open but a few people have already thrown their hats into the ring. Bob Rochon, Melody Land and Tyler Bickford all explained in 200 words what they aim to do in their village if elected. The submissions are printed in the order we received them. We will provide more election coverage in the May issue.
Question 1: I believe we need better quality roads from Moncton to Hillsborough to Alma. The roads are very dangerous. What will you do about this?
Click on Read More to find the responses from the Fundy Royal candidates.
Image of Route 114 in the past (by Janet Wallace)
Join us Wednesday September 23 from 7 - 8:30 PM in UTC-03, Caledonia Regional High School in Hillsborough for a debate with the federal election candidates for Fundy Royal.
Open to everyone.
Questions from our youth/students will be given top priority. All questions must be submitted in advance.
Email your questions to Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org or submit them at the door. There is no guarantee that every question submitted will be asked during the debate but we will try our best!
Caledonia Regional High School
34 School Lane, Hillsborough, NB