PERTH-WELLINGTON – The crowd of supporters, family and volunteers gathered at the Mitchell Golf Club to celebrate Perth-Wellington MP John Nater's re-election might have been limited in size due to COVID-19 restrictions, but it wasn't limited in enthusiasm when victory was announced on Monday.
Déjà vu all over again as Chong cruises to victory in Wellington-Halton Hills
ACTON – Michael Chong was pleased to win the Wellington-Halton Hills riding in the Sept. 20 federal election, but he was annoyed the election took place at all.
Local results in Canada’s 44th federal election
WELLINGTON COUNTY - Following along with The Wellington Advertiser on Sept. 20 for live Wellington riding results for Canada's 44th federal election.
Supply management topic sparks intense exchange at Perth-Wellington candidates meeting
WELLINGTON COUNTY – A question on supply management sparked the most intense exchange during a Sept. 15 online forum for Perth-Wellington candidates in the federal election.
Debate in Puslinch gets feisty as election campaign rounds final corner
PUSLINCH – Wellington-Halton Hills candidates were a little feisty at the debate hosted by the Optimist Club of Puslinch and the South Wellington Community Lions Club on Sept. 16, although overall the debate was respectful and orderly.
GreenPAC endorses Wellington-Halton Hills candidate Michael Chong
OTTAWA – GreenPAC recently included Wellington-Halton Hills Conservative candidate Michael Chong among its list of environmental leaders.
Mapleton polling station changed
MAPLETON – Elections Canada is reminding voters of a change in polling stations for Drayton-area residents.
Perth-Wellington candidates Q&A feature – Part 3
PERTH-WELLINGTON – This is the third part of a three-week Q&A feature the Advertiser is running leading up to the Sept. 20 federal election.
Wellington-Halton Hills candidates Q&A feature – Part 3
WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS – This is the third part of a three-week Q&A feature the Advertiser is running leading up to the Sept. 20 federal election.
Perth-Wellington candidates talk vaccine passports, affordable housing, childcare
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Perth-Wellington candidates in the federal election fielded questions on vaccine passports, affordable housing and childcare funding in a Sept. 14 virtual debate.
Anti-lockdown demonstrators at advance polling station prompt police response
ELORA – A group of anti-lockdown demonstrators contravened Elections Canada rules and had to be asked by police to leave during a weekend gathering at the Elora Community Centre, which served as an advance polling station.
Local chambers hosting Perth-Wellington candidates meeting Sept. 14
PERTH- WELLINGTON – Perth-Wellington candidates in the federal election will participate in a virtual meeting on Sept. 14.
Elections Canada issues reminder of polling station change in Mapleton
MAPLETON – Elections Canada is reminding Drayton areas voters a change in polling stations.
Wellington-Halton Hills candidates address agricultural issues
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Wellington-Halton Hills candidates talked supply management, the importance of broadband internet and the effects of climate change in a recent debate focused on agriculture.
Wellington-Halton Hills candidates talk business recovery, climate change, internet
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Speaking at the debate were Conservative incumbent Michael Chong, Liberal Melanie Lang, Green Party Ran Zhu, and People’s Party of Canada Syl Carle. NDP candidate Noor Jahingir wasn’t able to attend and sent her issues and policy advisor Thomas Redman in her place.