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"We're working as if this is our time": Sharpe

Sep 22, 2017

 

Renee Sharpe and other young candidates in the St. John's municipal election are running campaigns that prioritize social justice and environment issues, arguing the city cannot reach its potential when many are left behind. Photo: Renee Sharpe / Facebook.

 

Many are watching closely as residents of St. John’s prepare to vote in an election that could result in a dramatic change in how municipal politics are conducted in the capital city, and subsequently how the city’s future is determined.

 

With 10 women running for council—more than any other election in at least the last two decades—and a number of young candidates running on progressive policy issues they say have been underrepresented on a council that lacks diversity, several candidates and observers say St. John’s is at a crossroads.

 

 

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