Flyer contained inaccurate information

A flyer distributed to mailboxes in Summerland had incorrect information about an upcoming candidate forum.

A flyer distributed to mailboxes in Summerland had incorrect information about an upcoming candidate forum.

The flyer appeared on Monday, with information about the Oct. 29 forum and the Nov. 4 forum, but details about the second forum were inaccurate.

Christine Petkau, manager of the Summerland Chamber of Commerce, said the chamber had not been contacted about the flyer and was not a participant in the distribution.

The chamber and the Summerland Review are cohosting the Nov. 4 forum at the Summerland Secondary School gym.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the speakers will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Wilfred Barranoik will be the moderator.

Questions can be emailed to the chamber at manager@summerlandchamber.com or to the Summerland Review at news@summerlandreview.com.

 

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