Municipal Election

Official election results released for City of Quesnel

Two transcription errors were found, which did not affect candidate rankings

CRD to hold referendum on proposed Quesnel airport tax

Referendum scheduled for October to ask CRD residents to contribute to airport operating costs

Voter turnout at 25.5% in City of Quesnel; 16% in CRD

Both are lower than the provincial average of 36%

Local CRD candidates win by small margins; recounts not guaranteed

Chief election officer says recounts will only happen if number of rejected ballots were significant

Several new directors elected on CRD board

Seven new board members, five acclaimed

Mary Sjostrom elected in CRD Area A; Barb Bachmeier in Area B

Unofficial Cariboo Regional District results are now in

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Council Candidates on Election Day
Quesnel and area residents on why they vote
City of Quesnel mayor on what's important in a council
CVSE Road Block in Quesnel

Preliminary School District 28 trustee results are in

Roland Sawatsky defeated in unofficial results, with seven remaining candidates elected

Wells election results are in

Preliminary results have Gabe Fourchalk winning the mayoral race

Quesnel’s newly elected councillors react to unofficial results

Three incumbents, three newcomers share how they’re feeling as unofficial election results announced

Preliminary results show support for Public Works Referendum

Council frontrunners: Scott Elliott, Mitch Vik, Ron Paull, Laurey-Anne Roodenburg, Martin Runge, Tony Goulet

LIVE BLOG: Full election results for Quesnel

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  • Oct 20th, 2018

The Observer catches up with some city council candidates

Laurey-Anne Roodenburg, Fritz Wyssen, and Ron Paull all spoke with the Observer

Quesnel vote count still very low

Less than 20 per cent of eligible voters have cast their ballot as of 6:30 p.m.

What’s important to you this election? Locals weigh in

The Observer talks to Quesnel and CRD residents as they head to the polls

1,201 of 7,484 eligible voters have cast ballots so far in Quesnel election

Number represents 16% of eligible voters, with just over 3 hours to go until polling stations close

Mayoral results from across B.C.

Voters in 162 municipalities in B.C. set to elect mayor, council, school board and more

“I want an activist council”: Mayor Bob Simpson

The Observer speaks to Mayor Bob Simpson on his hopes for council for the next four years

270 ballots cast so far in City of Quesnel election

Locals can vote for up to 6 councillors and 7 school trustees, plus the Public Works Referendum

Referendum set for replacement of Quesnel’s Public Works facility

New facility in different location would see City take on $8.5 million loan