The Election Period is Monday, October 17 t0 Monday, October 24, 2022
Our community needs leadership by climate action informed and committed champions to ensure that every municipal decision over the next four years hastens the reduction of greenhouse gases (GHGs). It is vital that we reach our declared Climate Emergency goal of 50% by 2030 GHG reduction both quickly and in a just and equitable fashion.
What are the municipal candidates’ ideas, opinions and positions around climate action? Climate Action Muskoka asked them.
Find their responses below.
- Bracebridge — 19/21 candidates responded.
- Georgian Bay — 4/9 candidates responded.
- Gravenhurst — 17/22 candidates responded.
- Huntsville — 12/21 candidates responded.
- Lake of Bays — 8/10 candidates responded.
- Muskoka Lakes — 10/19 candidates responded.
Thank you to everyone who responded to Climate Action Muskoka’s questionnaire. Many responded with answers that were thoughtful and showed genuine concern for future generations.
They make for informative reading. You may find inspiration here; both for your own climate action efforts, and for potential municipal programs and activities.
We hope these pages help you to feel more informed as you decide who to vote for as your municipal representatives.
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Our District Government –The District Chair will be elected by the newly formed Muskoka District Council at its Inaugural meeting, to be held Monday, December 5, 2022.