November 04, 2011 Features & Images » Feature Story

Phil Audet 

Squamish candidate profile

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Hockey Card:

Occupation? Self-employed/aspiring politician/nerd

Furthest place traveled? Direct opposite of the globe...

Describe yourself in five words or less. Curious, fun, funny, affable, approachable

What is something people would be surprised to learn about you? I did a dinner theater gig to help me get through university....

Profile Questions:

What do you see as the top election issues? Waterfront, jobs and the economy....

What would you do to enhance the environment for business? Be approachable about sustainable growth and realize that good business is business that favors both parties.  Send out the message that if you are an individual, family or business and you want to come to Squamish and affect positive change, that you are welcome in our community.

Give an example of a difficult situation you have overcome. My mom passed away several years ago after a brief battle with cancer and that was something that you always know could happen but nothing really prepares you for it.

Where should people go to get more information about you? Check out my facebook page Phil for Squamish council or just say hi to me when you see me.

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