Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Letters to the editor...How to find Caledon election information
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Oct 2006, p. 6

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Dear editor, As Ontario residents get ready for the upcoming November municipal election, many residents will be relying on their local newspapers to provide them with the information they need to make informed, educated decisions at the polls. But unfortunately, municipal boundaries, electoral districts and newspaper distribution territories don't always align. Such is the case on the eastern edge of Halton Hills, which abuts to the Town of Caledon. Although municipally, Caledon is their community, it is the Independent & Free Press that is delivered to their doors. This creates particular and unique challenges for those Caledon residents wanting to get all the news on their candidates, and for candidates themselves wanting to get their messages out during the election campaign. This is a reminder to all Caledon taxpayers who receive The Independent & Free Press that they may find the latest information on the election by calling the Town of Caledon administration offices at 1-800-303-2546 or 905584-2272 or from my campaign election team at 905-873-6811. Details are also available on-line at www.caledon.ca or www.AllanForCaledon.ca. Allan Thompson, Candidate for Ward 2 Regional Councillor, Town of Caledon

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Letters to the editor...How to find Caledon election information