Federal Election

Where Calare candidates stand on issue of climate change

By Rachel Chamberlain
Updated May 7 2022 - 9:27pm, first published May 6 2022 - 4:30am
BROUGHT TOGETHER: CPSA president John Hollis (third from left) with candidates Kate Hook, Stacey Whittaker, Kay Nankervis, Sarah Elliott, Adam Jannis and Andrew Gee following Thursday's candidate forum.
BROUGHT TOGETHER: CPSA president John Hollis (third from left) with candidates Kate Hook, Stacey Whittaker, Kay Nankervis, Sarah Elliott, Adam Jannis and Andrew Gee following Thursday's candidate forum.

CLIMATE change is shaping up as a key election issue, with Calare voters wanting to know how their candidates would respond if they were elected.

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