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Chamber shifts political arenas

The Guelph Chamber of Commerce is postponing its May 22 Town Hall event due to the impending provincial election.
The town hall meeting, which was meant to gauge which priorities should be discussed during the upcoming municipal election, is to be postponed until after the provincial election, a news release said.
Instead, the chamber is planning a provincial candidate’s discussion for June 2, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Cutten Fields.
The Guelph Chamber Advocacy Committee has developed a list of questions for candidates on priority areas, including regional economic development, competitive tax and regulatory regime, transitioning to the new economy, skilled workforce, infrastructure planning and funding, health care sustainability, and issues in business sectors important to Guelph, the release said. The questions will be posed online at, and will be discussed in more detail on June 2.

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