That was the whole point, according to their teacher Rob Butler, who worked with the city to arrange the mock council meeting as part of course on municipal governance.Butler said by giving students a chance to have some direct exposure to the political process, he hopes they will have a greater appreciation for it and perhaps even a desire to become involved. But if the students understand how the system actually works and how to be an active, when they have ideas on how to make the city better, they will know the route to take,” said Butler.Lois Ann Baker/Cornwall Standard-Freeholder/Postmedia Network" / Cindy Crites gets an accupuncture treatment from Julie Levesque at the Spring Home & Leisure Show on Friday April 1, 2016 in Cornwall, Ont.Lois Ann Baker/Cornwall Standard-Freeholder/Postmedia Network Cindy Crites gets an accupuncture treatment from Julie Levesque at the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce Spring Home & Leisure Show on Friday April 1 at the Cornwall Civic Complex. Cody Van Loon was elected as mayor, with Thomas Cowan, Noah Dupelle, Jenna Lalonde, Jarett Poirier, and Ethan Tait as councillors.In preparation for their meeting on Wednesday, the students put together an agenda using items that had been put before the real city council which were relevant to young people.City clerk Manon Levesque puts the chain of office on Holy Trinity student Cody Van Loon, who was elected mayor by his classmate as part of a civic class project.He and his councillors held a mock council meeting at city hall on Wednesday June 7, 2017 in Cornwall, Ont. Hale/Cornwall Standard-Freeholder/Postmedia Network" / City clerk Manon Levesque puts the chain of office on Holy Trinity student Cody Van Loon, who was elected mayor by his classmate as part of a civic class project.
Furthermore, the youth was observed assaulting the family pets on a video filmed using a personal device.“We held nominations for the positions of councillor and mayor …and we had nine run for five council positions and two students run for mayor,” he recalled.Guy Scott Leveque (December 28, 1972 in Kingston, Ontario – September 27, 2005 in St.Catharines, Ontario) was a professional ice hockey centre.