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Social issues tackled at Kelowna all-candidates forum

The almost four dozen people running for city council in Kelowna got their mettle tested last night on social issues.

An all-candidates forum was held by the Gospel Mission. Candidates were grilled on several issues including: creation of affordable daycare, affordable housing, housing for the homeless and job creation.

To get a picture of what kind of impact the candidates made, Daybreak's David French spoke with Bernie and Stacie Zeimer, two Kelowna residents, trying to figure out who to vote for.  

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