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McKellar Township

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The MLCA is a neutral entity with respect to this election. We do not endorse any of the Candidates. Content current as of Sep 22.

All Candidates Meeting

Details for the All Candidates Meeting will be released shortly.  Ratepayers will have the opportunity to submit questions ahead of the event.  A moderator will pose the questions to the Candidates.  The Meeting will take place on the morning of September 17 at 10 am in the McKellar Community Centre. It will also be broadcast on Zoom - the link will be published on this page.

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Citizen Submitted Questions

Questions cannot be anonymous.  All questions must be submitted by Saturday, September 10 before 12 pm.

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Questions posed on paper can be submitted to the MLCA dropbox at the McKellar Library.  Put the questions into a sealed envelope labelled as "All Candidates Meeting".

Structure of the Meeting

In the first part of the Meeting, each Candidate will be given time to introduce themselves, outline their platforms and respond to 3 pre-released questions.  The pre-released questions will be published here 2 weeks ahead of the event.

During the second part of the meeting, our moderator will pose Citizen Submitted Questions.  Questions may be directed to all the Candidates or to individual Candidates.  Due to time restrictions, we will aggregate questions that concern similar topics.  Inappropriate language will be removed from submitted questions.

Citizen Submitted Questions must be received by the MLCA by Saturday, September 10 via email ( or at the MLCA dropbox at the McKellar Library before 12 pm.

Pre-released Questions

1. Many observers have noted that the Township has had abnormally high staff turnover, do you see this as a problem and if so, what would you do to ensure the Township attracts and maintains experienced and high-quality staff?

2. There are a number of important issues that have been a priority for several years however council has been unable to implement solutions. For example, a short-term rental policy, boat launches and implementing a process for assuming roads.  What would you do to make sure the council implements solutions in a timely manner?

3. At the end of your 4-year term what are the key accomplishments you would consider as the most important achievements of the new council?

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