A Chance To Chat

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Do you know who your local representatives are in the various levels of government? Do you know what they stand for and which issues they are fighting for on your behalf? Would you like to have the opportunity to have a chat with your local government representative at the federal, provincial or municipal level to share with them what is important to you? If you have answered "yes" to any or all of the previous questions then there is an upcoming event hosted by the Leduc & District Chamber of Commerce that you do not want to miss!

    On Thursday, September 26th beginning at 4 pm MLA's, MP's, Mayors, Councillors, and candidates running in the upcoming municipal elections for Leduc City, Leduc County and municipalities within the County, will all be gathered at the Nisku Recreation Centre for an evening of food and talk called Grill 'N Government. A $25.00 ticket gets you into the event, a country style BBQ dinner, and a chance to ask any or all of your local representatives, face to face, the questions that are important to you as a resident of Leduc and County. This event is taking place three days after Nomination Day for the municipal elections that are taking place in October so it is hoped that all candidates will also be on hand to share their platforms and give residents the opportunity to get a feel for the people who hope to represent them.

    Tickets can be purchased online through the Leduc Chamber website or for more information please call the Chamber office at 780-986-5454

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