Can you hear it? The faint but steadily increasing roar of a second big red Liberal wave about to crash on the shores of York South-Weston. After the excitement and dramatic results of the recent provincial election, all eyes will soon turn to the Federal Liberal York South-Weston nomination process. According to riding association president Ryan Ward, the Liberals are looking for a high profile candidate to unseat incumbent NDP MP Mike Sullivan. To date, three candidates have come forward; Anthony Cesario, Monique Rudder and Bill Saundercook. The nomination meeting will be held later this year.
In the interest of brevity, WestonWeb asked the candidates three questions:
1. What relevant life experience have you had that would serve you well as an MP for York South-Weston?
2. What do you see as the main issues in the riding?
3. Do you live in the riding?
Weston Web will publish the answers once they come in.