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2022 Civic Election

Messages from four Gibsons council candidates

Messages from four Gibsons council candidates

As of Sept. 14, there were eight candidates declared for the position of councillor in the Town of Gibsons for the Oct. 15 local government elections.
Two SCRD areas to elect new directors

Two SCRD areas to elect new directors

Area B, Halfmoon Bay and Area D, Roberts Creek will be the only Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) jurisdictions where ballots will be cast for area director in the Oct 15 local government elections.
Who’s running for mayor in Sechelt?

Who’s running for mayor in Sechelt?

There are four people whose names may appear on the Oct. 15 ballot
Ric Leskie runs for SD46 trustee seat

Ric Leskie runs for SD46 trustee seat

The Sechelt resident and father of three would be a new face on the school board
Ann Skelcher running for School District 46 seat

Ann Skelcher running for School District 46 seat

Other candidates who have filed nomination papers for the three Area 2 seats are incumbents Amanda Amaral and Maria Hampvent.
Familiar faces vie for Gibsons councillor seats

Familiar faces vie for Gibsons councillor seats

Incumbent Annemarie De Andrade, 2018 mayoral hopeful Blake Macleod and rookie candidate Des Delaney will seek Gibsons council seats in the Oct. 15 local government elections.
Here’s who is — and isn’t — running in the 2022 election on the Coast

Here’s who is — and isn’t — running in the 2022 election on the Coast

The B.C. local government and school board elections are scheduled for October 15.
Three candidates are running together for SD46’s school board

Three candidates are running together for SD46’s school board

The slate includes Briar Teal Hartwell, Maria Hampvent and Tracy Johannson Uchida 
Lumley to run for a third Gibsons council term

Lumley to run for a third Gibsons council term

Lumley’s Aug. 24 statement identified him as the first person to declare candidacy for the Town’s four councillor positions. In 2018, he was re-elected to council with 963 votes.
Backs heeds 'the call,' runs for Area D director's seat

Backs heeds 'the call,' runs for Area D director's seat

When asked what motivated him to consider running in the Oct. 15 local government elections, Backs commented “In the last few months I have canvased many that I hoped would run for the position and found no takers. Through all that time I was greeted with pleas that I should put my name forward."