Mary Forbes (left) and Robyn Angus are School District 27 Zone 2 trustee candidates. Mary Forbes (left) and Robyn Angus are School District 27 Zone 2 trustee candidates.

Q&A: SD 27 Zone 2 trustee candidates provide their insights on issues impacting the district

Two candidates are vying for the Zone 2 seat

Two people are vying for School District 27 trustee for Zone 2.

They are Robyn Angus who lives in Forest Grove and Mary Forbes who lives in Williams Lake.

Both are running for school board for the first time and both have children in the school system.

Here are links to their questions and answers, asked by the Tribune.

Robyn Angus

Mary Forbes

Advance voting is now complete.

Voting on General Election Day, Saturday Oct. 20 is from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and for Zone 2 takes place at Lac La Hache School, Mile 108 School, 70 Mile Access Centre and the Watch Lake Community Hall.



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