After facing questions on farm policy in Holmesville and the energy issue in Saugeen Shores last week, Huron-Bruce candidates in the provincial election will face the business community in Goderich.
The third in a series of all candidates' meetings is set for Lakeshore United Church Wednesday.
Operations Manager of the Huron Chamber of Commerce, Mark Woodward tells us that some of the likely topics will include education, employment and the cost of Hydro.
All of the questions had to be submitted in advance.
Woodward is confident that the major political parties have economic plans the business and industrial communities can live with.
Progressive Conservative candidate Lisa Thompson is defending Huron-Bruce against challengers Don Matheson of the Liberal Party and New Democrat Jan Johnstone.
Also running are the Green Party's Nicholas Wendler, Libertarian candidate Ron Stephens and Gerrie Huenemoerder of the Alliance Party.
The Huron-Bruce all candidates debate goes at Lakeshore United Church in Goderich at 7pm tonight.