Took some time on the eve of the election to thank my most faithful campaign volunteers. This is my 10th campaign in 12 years - the first time I've had my name on the ballot - and they can be hard on spouses and kids... but my family was a massive help. Huge thank you to Jen Wiseman, Rowan and Reese and hope you enjoyed Pumpkinferno! ... See MoreSee Less
I am disappointed to hear that the provincial government is putting the Parents Reaching Out grants on hold. In 2017/2018 I was happy to help organize a very successful parents conference as the chair of the PIC, featuring Dr. Greg Wells. The lack of funding can't be an end to that work - like other things in the school system we will have to get creative and work together. ... See MoreSee Less
Community Schools are essential to the fabric of Sudbury's neighborhoods. We can keep them open if we work together and find creative solutions. I am proud to announce that all 5 candidates in Ward 4 have signed a pledge to support community schools if elected. Ward 3 incumbent Gerry Montpellier stands by his record and commits his support. I am now issuing a challenge to all municipal candidates to sign the pledge which can be found at www.richardeberhardt.ca/pledge... See MoreSee Less
Eberhardt Rallies Municipal Candidates To Pledge Support for Community SchoolsOctober 17, 2018admin All five candidates in Greater Sudbury’s Ward 4 council election have signed a pledge to stand up for community schools, an initiative of Rainbow Schools Trustee Candidate Richard Eberhardt. “I am...
Good luck. Though I haven’t voted for you yet. Will be voting for you, just haven’t voted yet. I still have one area of my “ballet” I need to decide on.
Good luck! Too bad your name wasn't on my ballot!
If you were running in my area, I’d be voting for you. In the past 6 months I have been so very impressed with what a genuine,caring, SMART, astute citizen you are, Richard. I sincerely hope you get in.