2018 Municipal All Candidates Meeting!

Once again, your BHCA is hosting a debate in our riding – and this time, we’re bringing friends: Pineview Community Association and Rothwell Heights Community Association!

When: Oct 17, 2018
Debate starts: 7:00pm
Location: Colonel By Cafetorium (2381 Ogilvie Rd, Gloucester, ON K1J 7N4, Canada)
Candidate Info: [Click Here for City of Ottawa Candidate Site]

If you’d like to help:

http://www.BHCA.ca/membership/

There will also be a sign-up table at the debate.

To contact our friends:

Pineview Community Association

Rothwell Heights Community Association

Candidates

Trustee:

Zone 12

Certified candidates for OCDSB – Zone 12
Candidate’s Name Date Nomination Filed Telephone Email Website or Social Media Account
Rawlson King 2018/05/16 613-868-1860 info@rawlsonking.ca www.rawlsonking.ca
Sandra Schwartz 2018/05/01 613-894-1965 sandra.schwartz@gmail.com www.sandraschwartz.ca

 

Councillor:

Ward 11 – Beacon Hill-Cyrville

Certified candidates for Ward 11
Candidate’s Name Date Nomination Filed Registered for the Contribution Rebate Program Telephone Email Website or Social Media Account
Michael Schurter 2018/07/27 Yes 613-282-5249 voteschurter@gmail.com www.voteschurter.com
Tim Tierney 2018/05/01 Yes 613-276-3536 tim@timtierney.ca www.timtierney.ca

 

Submit your question(s) below:

** PLEASE NOTE ** We will stop taking questions at 11:59pm, Tuesday, October 16, 2018 (even if the form is still available)

Below are the rules:

Doors open at 6:00pm for membership sign-up. Debate starts at 7:00pm.

Format of the meeting:

  • Welcome message and rules
  • Trustees – 90 seconds introductory speech each
  • Trustees – 2-3 pre-selected questions with 60 seconds per candidate each to respond.
  • Trustees – 30 second follow-up after each candidate has answered
  • Councillor – 90 seconds introductory speech each
  • Councillor – 5-6 pre-selected questions with 60 seconds per candidate each to respond.
  • Councillor – 30 second follow-up after each candidate has answered
  • Everyone must be respectful of everyone else

Pre-selected questions will be chosen from among the submitted questions from the form below, as well as others that the BHCA executive choose.

Longer form format/rules:

  1. Between 6:00pm and 7:00pm the doors will be open for membership sign-ups, and seating.
  2. Between 6:30 and 7pm names will be drawn for the speaking order for the questions. This will also be the seating order.
  3. At 7pm the candidates will sit down at the front.
  4. The president of the BHCA will introduce the event, the moderator and the time-keeper.
  5. The Trustee candidates will debate first
  6. Each candidate will be given 90 seconds to introduce themselves in the order from the draw
  7. The first question will be asked, and the candidates will answer in the order from the draw, within 90 seconds
  8. After all candidates have answered the first question, they will each be given 30 seconds, in the order from the draw, to rebut or reply
  9. The second question will be asked, and the candidates will answer in the order from the draw starting from the second person, within 90 seconds
  10. After all candidates have answered the second question, they will each be given 30 seconds, in the order from the draw starting from the second person, to rebut or reply
  11. It will continue this way until all the selected questions have been asked
  12. Candidates will be given 60 seconds to give closing statements.
  13. The Councillor candidates will then have their debate, going through steps 6-10
  14. It will continue this way until 9:30pm (or 10:00pm if needed)
  15. Candidates will be given 60 seconds to give closing statements.
  16. No candidate will receive the questions ahead of the event.
  17. Questions are asked in the language in which they are received and/or may be translated to ensure bilingual representation of questions.
  18. Candidates may hand out literature (and campaign) inside the school, except inside the Cafetorium. We ask that no candidate campaign on the school grounds outside.
  19. No signs or banners are to be present in the Cafetorium.
  20. Audience members and the general public may not : campaign, hang or hold signs, hand out literature, yell, harass, protest loudly, on school grounds, inside the school, and especially during the debate. The BHCA reserves the right to eject, from the debate audience or from the lead-up to the debate, anyone it deems disruptive or contravening Elections rules and/or laws, or these rules, or for any reason.