As the debate was over 2 hours in length, I broke the debate video into bite-sized chunks so you can watch the portions you want to see individually. I have included all of the candidates answers to each question for completeness.
Opening remarks by Host Gary Scobie and Moderator Mark Carr
Opening Statements by all Ward 3 Candidates
What would you like to see Council do less of, and what would you like to see Council do more of?
The cornerstone for any municipality is its official plan. Burlington has passed the plan and sent it to Halton Region for approval. If you are elected, what specifically in the Official Plan would you like to see changed?
Halton must grow to a population of one million by 2041, more than doubling its population since 2008. To meet the expectations of the provincial growth plan. Traffic gridlock will continue to cause difficulties moving people and goods. What specifically can you accomplish in eliminating or easing gridlock in Burlington?
2121 Brant Street, the Havendale Project. Can you give us your opinions on it?
What plans do you have to address the long wait times for subsidized housing and also to tackle poverty in Burlington?
In your opinion, should there be term limits for city council and mayor?
Do you support the quarry expansion in North Aldershot where under the current plan an estimated 9,000 trees will be cut down and shale extraction would occur 35m from residential homes?
Would you vote in favour of a residential (private) tree by-law?
Closing Statements by all Ward 3 Candidates
Closing remarks by Moderator Mark Carr and Host Gary Scobie.