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Q & A with local federal election candidates MUST BE



The Weekly Anchor ran a three part series of questions for Conservative candidate Jim Eglinski, Libertarian candidate Cory Lystang, and Liberal candidate Ryan
Maguhn. We will now be focussing questions on Green Party candidate Sandra Wolf Lange and Federal NDP candidate Ken Kuzminski.

Part two of two part series: of proportional representation. regulates corporate behaviour towards natural RIGHT HAND

Kuzminski: I would work to improve the resources, and supports small and sustainable
by Adrienne Tait
decorum in the House. It has gotten hyper partisan businesses to achieve equality, well-being, and
and there has been a lack of respect. Adults should social justice. PAGE AS
4) What sets you apart from the other be able to have civil discussions even with people Kuzminski: Respect and fairness.
candidates?
they disagree. I believe in working together.
8) What do you see as the number one
Wolf Lange: I am committed to the people. I 7) What is your party's key political belief? priority for Canadians and our riding REQUESTED
care, and get involved. I never place the pursuit of specifically?
power above principle. Wolf Lange: The Green Party has an
Kuzminski: As a small business advocate, as encompassing system of beliefs, called Vision Wolf Lange: Financial stability.
president of the Jasper Park Chamber of Green. That said, if I would put it in a sentence, it Kuzminski: Change! Canadians are not happy
Commerce, and as an advocate for veterans as the would rather be a long sentence. Here it goes: with the direction this government has been taking
president of the Jasper Legion, this has given me We believe that the function of governments is to us. We can have a healthy economy and
the experience‎ to not just voice concerns, but find foster fairness and equality in social aspects like environment. We can have seniors retire with
practical solutions.
nutrition, education, and justice. We want to serve dignity and have affordable daycare. We can
you in a government that encourages the creative, educate and train our youth and treat our veterans
5) Under the current government, what is the industrious, the generous, and the sustainable; with the respect they deserve.
working –what would you defend or advocate protects the weak, the minorities, and the disabled;
to maintain?

Wolf Lange: It is a good thing that we have a
federal health care system in place. However, it
needs to be defended and expanded for
improvements, and to include more services.
Kuzminski: I don't want to get negative, but this
is the toughest question. ‎The Conservatives have
failed on everything from the economy, treatment
of veterans, seniors, the environment, and foreign
policy. They have been good at taking care of their
friends while Canadians keep working harder than
ever to succeed.

6) Alternatively, if elected, what would you
fight to change or make different in the current
federal landscape?

Wolf Lange: The election system of "first pass
the post" needs to be replaced by a democratic
way of accessing representation, through a system

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