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Survey Results

Municipal Survey

Elected officials in the City of Hamilton, the City of Burlington, the Town of Milton, and the Region of Halton will be voting on staff reports and recommendations related to the proposed St. Marys Flamborough Quarry - either as decision makers on the application or as decision makers in a commenting jurisdiction. It is important as voters that we know where the candidates stand on the proposed St. Marys Flamborough Quarry since its potential impacts are so significant. The information below tells us, by municipality or Region, which candidates are running for which office and in which ward(s). It also tells us if the candidate has taken a position on the proposed quarry, what the position is, and any additional comments. We hope this information will be helpful as we all deliberate and exercise our democratic right to vote.

The survey question sent to Candidates:

"During my term in office, I will actively protect safe drinking water, ensure compatible land uses (including uses on our local roads), and preserve our fragile natural and rural environment by voting to oppose the proposed St. Marys (formerly Lowndes Holdings Corp.) application for a Flamborough Quarry."




Please note: Until a candidate responds to the survey, the response next to his/her name remains "No response". If you are interested, you can also view any additional comments provided on the survey and/or links to the candidate's campaign website by clicking on link beside the candidates name.

Survey Results
(Click on individual Municipalities to view results.)

Legend: Agree Disagree Comment Only No Response

* At the time of distribution some email and/or mailing addresses were not available. If you are a Candidate and wish to respond to this survey, please contact info@stopthequarry.ca and we will send you a survey package.


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