Today, I joined eighteen other municipal council candidates from throughout the HRM in releasing the following brief statement about the Chronicle Herald:

a-better-future“We, the following candidates for HRM Council, have collectively taken a stand against supporting the Chronicle Herald’s efforts to engage our campaigns for information.  We support the unionized workers who have been on strike for 9 months, and counting. It’s our hope that the Chronicle Herald and its unionized work force will come back to the table and conclude with a fair deal that brings the paper back into relevance and the workers with an acceptable contract.”

Signed by the following candidates for HRM Council:

• Shelley Fashan – District 2: Preston—Chezzetcook—Eastern Shore

• Gail McQuarrie – District 2: Preston—Chezzetcook—Eastern Shore

• Sydnee L. McKay – District 2: Preston—Chezzetcook—Eastern Shore

• Gabriel Enxuga – District 5: Dartmouth Centre

• Kate Watson – District 5: Dartmouth Centre

• Sam Austin- District 5: Dartmouth Centre

• Warren Wesson – District 5: Dartmouth Centre

• Carlos Beals – District 6: Harbourview—Burnside—Dartmouth East

• Brenden Sommerhalder – District 8: Halifax Peninsula North

• Chris Poole – District 8: Halifax Peninsula North

• Lindell Smith – District 8: Halifax Peninsula North

• Kyle Woodbury- District 9: Halifax West Armdale

• Shawn Cleary – District 9: Halifax West Armdale

• Andrew Curran – District 10: Halifax—Bedford Basin West

• Dawn E. Penney – District 11: Spryfield—Sambro Loop—Prospect Road

• John Bignell – District 12: Timberlea—Beechville—Clayton Park—Wedgewood

• Iona Stoddard – District 12: Timberlea—Beechville—Clayton Park—Wedgewood

• Kevin Copley – District 14: Middle/Upper Sackville—Beaver Bank—Lucasville

• Lisa Blackburn – District 14: Middle/Upper Sackville—Beaver Bank—Lucasville

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