Plenty of interest was shown by Boissevain-Morton voters ahead of the October 24 election, as the candidates presented their views and visions of the future.
The Boissevain Community Theatre was packed as ten out of the eleven hopefuls running for the six available council seats faced the public in the first ever Boissevain & District Chamber of Commerce Candidate’s Forum. According to Chamber President Ken Hole, it was an impressive outing.
“It’s my first kick at the cat and it wasn’t our idea, it was brought to us,” Hole explained. “I’m very impressed. I have been in business 25 years and I have never seen a town meeting like this and I thought it went very well. There were lots of great ideas, lots of great answers, it was great to see the seats filled. There was a wide variety of people here.”