Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Media Release: Mayor Eisenberger joins Big City Mayors from across the Country in call to make cities a ballot box issue on voting day.

Mayor Eisenberger joins Big City Mayors from across the Country in call to make cities a ballot box issue on voting day.

Hamilton, ON – October 13th 2015, As part of the Big City Mayors Caucus of FCM, Mayor Eisenberger joins fellow Mayors from across Canada encouraging you to make our City a ballot box issue on October 19th 2015.

Mayor Eisenberger and Canada's Big City Mayors are calling on the 21 million Canadians eligible to vote to make their vote count on October 19th. Make it a day where cities from coast to coast to coast are heard at the ballot box.

Throughout the federal election campaign, the Mayors have consistently advanced practical solutions to the challenges Canadians face every day. This includes reducing commute times, and ensuring safer roads and bridges, cleaner water and more affordable housing.

This coordinated call for action by Canada’s Big City Mayors illustrates the collective will of Mayors to work together, and as effective partners with the next federal government.

About FCM: The Federation of Canadian Municipalities is the national voice of municipal government. In leading the municipal movement, FCM works to align federal and local priorities, recognizing that strong hometowns make for a strong Canada.

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