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“I feel that we have had a wonderful council that can discuss issues of importance,” said Marcotte.
Wishart speaks on his experience: “I’ve was elected to the School Board in 2002.”
“We must take advantage of provincial and federal grants whenever possible,” Worthington said.
“It’s time for progress, fresh ideas, renewed energy,” Lynch said.
Cameron achievements include lobbying governments to create a community forest.
Incumbent Robertson said he will “work toward maintaining our existing facilities.”
Reimer speaks on experience in Port Alice, and said, “I am proud of my time and work in this town.”
Beatty: “Port Alice needs strong leadership if we are to make progress in spite of the uncertainty.”
Mitchell plans to “promote transparent and open debate on town business,” if elected.
“I’ve worked hard to advocate for every member of the community,” Corbett-Labatt said.
“My passion for Port Hardy is about ensuring the best standards of living,” Dorward said.
“I believe Port McNeill can become an even more vibrant and successful community,” said Martin.
“I believe it is time for new energy and change in our municipal government,” Kattler said.
“For over 18 years I have followed Port McNeill municipal politics and affairs closely,” Koel said.
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Alert Bay, Sayward, and Zeballos have unopposed mayoral elections
New spending, expense limits are in place
Province-wide notification coming for mail-in vote
Candidates have 10 days to submit their papers