Canadian Action candidate sounds off on top issue facing Muskoka
When it comes to the Parry Sound-Muskoka riding there is one issue that Canadian Action Party federal candidate Gordie Merton sees.
Merton feels that poverty is one of the major issues facing many residents in the Parry Sound-Muskoka area.
He says the only way to deal with this is to put more money into these small communities to help their economies grow.
In just a few days Merton will be facing off against Conservative incumbent candidate Tony Clement, Pirate Duncan Bell, Marxist-Leninist Albert Gray Smith, NDP Matt McCarthy, Liberal Trisha Cowie and Green Glen Hodgson.
The election is this coming Monday.