Regulating store hours might not be the only question put to Sudbury voters in the 2014 election.

Mayor Marianne Matichuk said she may push for a referendum on putting fluoride in the city’s drinking water.

She first brought up the issue two years ago in an effort to save the $100,000 the city spends on fluoride.

“That might be coming over,” she said.

“There’s a lot of talk about that. The more research I’m doing and the more information I’m getting, it’s something I think the public needs to decide also.”

However, Matichuk is against holding a referendum on store hours, and has said it’s council’s job to make that decision.

Many Canadian cities have held a referendum on fluoride and some have voted to remove it from the drinking water.

Sudburians have been drinking fluoridated water since 1952.