ONNtv brings you Ward 5 Candidates debate.


The final in ONNtv’s series of debates is brought to you by the hard-working production team at ONNtv.

Our thank you to Lorna Rudolph and to the Sault Ste. Maire Association of Ratepayers for your partnership and contribution to the debate series.

Municipal Election is October 22, 2018. 10 am to 8 pm.

Enhanced Accessibility Services are available on Advance Voting Days. Next advance voting day is Saturday, October 13th. 10 – 6 pm.  Level 3, Civic Centre, 99 Foster Drive.

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Sault voters, it’s in your capable hands. ONNtv will bring you results, live from our studios with special guests, on the 22nd.


  1. As I recall what I handled going back to 2004 in the more western end of the area going north, it also so disgusts me. What was ignored enabled despite the danger to public safety in particular certain targeted residents is only part of my proof. I mean of so much local official mismanagement, irresponsibility and lip service(analogy). The matter is not settled to this very day. Ward boundaries do not always apply in the least.

    There is no doubt in my mind neither that all my communication has always been and is for no wrong motive or improper purpose.

  2. When I started many years ago going in person a lot to work in that public sector, I was appalled at what I found not only in terms of the actual road neglect. It is not that I think it a minor issue at all.

  3. The suggestion offered to me as a remedy for the TRANSIT neglect of a portion of OLD GOULAIS BAY ROAD is not at all a satisfactory one. Management personnel and I met in a Huron Street Office in the past.

    There is more to this serious issue

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