Municipal Election

Port Hardy municipal election candidate Fred Robertson’s profile

Incumbent Robertson said he will “work toward maintaining our existing facilities.”

Port Alice municipal election candidate Ron Reimer’s profile

Reimer speaks on experience in Port Alice, and said, “I am proud of my time and work in this town.”

Port Alice municipal election candidate Warren Beatty’s profile

Beatty: “Port Alice needs strong leadership if we are to make progress in spite of the uncertainty.”

Port McNeill municipal election candidate Ryan Mitchell’s profile

Mitchell plans to “promote transparent and open debate on town business,” if elected.

Port Hardy municipal election candidate Pat Corbett-Labatt’s profile

“I’ve worked hard to advocate for every member of the community,” Corbett-Labatt said.

Port Hardy municipal election candidate Janet Dorward’s profile

“My passion for Port Hardy is about ensuring the best standards of living,” Dorward said.

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Port McNeill municipal election candidate Matt Martin’s profile

“I believe Port McNeill can become an even more vibrant and successful community,” said Martin.

Port McNeill municipal election candidate Derek Koel’s profile

“For over 18 years I have followed Port McNeill municipal politics and affairs closely,” Koel said.

Port Hardy municipal election candidate Don Kattler’s profile

“I believe it is time for new energy and change in our municipal government,” Kattler said.

B.C.’s new municipal election finance laws getting their first test

Vancouver shows loopholes for early spending, union support

North Island local elections face a number of acclamations

Alert Bay, Sayward, and Zeballos have unopposed mayoral elections

Voter registration push begins for B.C. referendum

Province-wide notification coming for mail-in vote

Municipal election loophole will be fixed, premier says

Union, corporate donations still allowed for slate party ‘operational’ needs

Election schedule set for Port Hardy

The election will cost between $5,000-$7,000, which was included in the financial plan for 2018.

Tahsis mayor to step down from office

Deals with ongoing health challenges from a March 2017 motor vehicle accident

B.C. VIEWS: Big money and local elections

Slates discouraged in civic politics, unions get green light