Creating Election Excitement: All-Candidates Poverty Forum in Abbotsford
Anne Makhoul and Cheryl McKeever,
Hosting a conversation café in Abbotsford around the topic of poverty provided a great opportunity for focused discussion among citizens and provincial candidates. Organizers learned a great deal about residents’ views on poverty while also recognizing a need for more education about the electoral process.
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