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Just Askin’ Caledon Candidates #4: About Gridlock

Cars sitting in truck traffic
Submitted to Just Sayin' Caledon

With the Municipal Election less than three weeks away Just Sayin’ Caledon posed eight questions to all Caledon Council candidates. Our Just Askin’ series of questions related to gridlock, small business, community services, quarries, walkable communities, the whitebelt, rural services, and the loss of two seats at the Peel Region Council table. Answers from the candidates who chose to participate are being published over the course of this week on JSC.

Unsure which Ward you are in? Check the Town of Caledon’s new Ward Map to be sure.

Question 4 of 8:

The province’s proposed highway 413 may, or may not, come to realization. If it does not, what ideas do you have for improving gridlock in that area of Caledon?

 

Responses from the candidates who chose to participate:

Mayoral candidates

Regional Councillor candidates – Wards 1, 2, 3

Regional Councillor candidates – Wards 4, 56

Area Councillor candidates – Ward 1

Area Councillor candidates – Ward 2

Area Councillor candidates – Ward 3

Area Councillor candidates – Ward 4

Area Councillor candidates – Ward 5

Area Councillor candidates – Ward 6

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  • It is worth noting that, on July 16, 2016, when Groves infamously sided with Brampton and Mississauga and voted–against all available evidence–for Option 6 of the Bolton Residential Expansion Study, she was publicly arguing AGAINST a provision for a GO station. Sure, it might not be used for 10-20+ years, but that is called “foresight” and “planning”. Our descendants will be thanking us. It is strange that no one said a word about the cost of the 4-lane (rather than 2-lane) bridge on Emil Kolb Parkway that is not really required for years, either. What is the difference?