Age: 62 Occupation: retired educator
Years lived in Corner Brook: 35 years
After two terms as a councillor, Chaisson feels she still has lots to offer residents. In addition to continuing to keep an eye on the city being fiscally responsible, she wants to turn her attention to making life better for those with disabilities and
is suggesting a new inclusivity committee of council be formed. Another platform of hers is having all issues dealt with at public meetings, with the exception of those where personal privacy may be breached.
“I believe people should be able to see how and why we vote the way we do and the reasons why we do certain things.”