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Colette Methe

<updated>Canada votes 2021:</updated> Candidates share party plans for tackling the opioid crisis

Canada votes 2021: Candidates share party plans for tackling the opioid crisis

The ongoing battle against rampant opioid addiction continues and the federal parties have various ideas on how best to deal with it
<updated>Canada votes 2021:</updated> Candidates chime in on Laurentian and keeping post-secondary schools healthy and solvent

Canada votes 2021: Candidates chime in on Laurentian and keeping post-secondary schools healthy and solvent

In the wake of Laurentian University’s insolvency, we asked the candidates about protecting post-secondary education, and about ensuring access to French and Indigenous higher learning opportunities
<updated>Canada votes 2021:</updated> Are major corporations taxed enough? Local candidates share their thoughts

Canada votes 2021: Are major corporations taxed enough? Local candidates share their thoughts

Criticism of the tax loopholes and tax havens available to corporations is widespread, but what are the parties planning to do about it?
<updated>Canada Votes 2021:</updated> Local candidates share their party’s plans for affordable housing

Canada Votes 2021: Local candidates share their party’s plans for affordable housing

Ensuring the housing market is accessible to more Canadians is often held up as an election priority, but this year the issue of homelessness has also come to the fore
<updated>Canada Votes 2021:</updated> Local candidates weigh in on climate change

Canada Votes 2021: Local candidates weigh in on climate change

Many consider climate change the defining issue of our time — candidates share their party’s plan to tackle the problem 
Green debate: Candidates united in saying more needs to be done to fight climate change

Green debate: Candidates united in saying more needs to be done to fight climate change

Federal candidates from the Sudbury and Nickel Belt ridings took part in an online discussion about the environment during a GreenPac 100 Debates on the Environment event.
Looking to vote in the advance poll? Here's what you need to know

Looking to vote in the advance poll? Here's what you need to know

Advance voting runs from Friday, Sept. 10 to Monday, Sept. 13
Private or public? Advocate urges candidates to support public long-term care system

Private or public? Advocate urges candidates to support public long-term care system

The COVID-19 pandemic showed the weakness in private long-term care, says Dot Klein, co-chair of the Sudbury chapter of the Ontario Health Coalition
Former high-school teacher representing People's Party of Canada in Sudbury riding

Former high-school teacher representing People's Party of Canada in Sudbury riding

Colette Methé was born and raised in Sudbury and believes the younger generation needs leadership