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Kitchener-Conestoga candidates talk cost of living, climate change

The five candidates in Kitchener South-Hespeler joined The Morning Edition for a federal election panel. They were asked about the cost of living and climate change.
The candidates in Kitchener-Conestoga are (from left) Stephanie Goertz of the Green Party, Liberal Tim Louis, NDP's Riani de Wet, Koltyn Wallar of the People's Party and Conservative Harold Albrecht. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)

The five candidates running for Parliament in Kitchener-Conestoga discussed the rise in the cost of living for people during a panel discussion Wednesday.

The candidates are incumbent candidate Conservative Harold Albrecht, Liberal Tim Louis, NDP's Riani de Wet, Stephanie Goertz of the Green Party and Koltyn Wallar of the People's Party of Canada.

You can listen to the complete panel here (13 minutes):

The five candidates for Kitchener-Conestoga joined The Morning Edition on Thursday. There were some technical difficulties (which have been edited out) but hear their introductions and their response to a question about the rise in the cost of living. 13:38

There were some technical difficulties during the live show, so the candidates were asked about climate change in a separate question after the panel.