Municipal Election

Tammy Burrows is running for Quesnel City Council. Photo submitted

Tammy Burrows on the ballot for Quesnel City Council

Burrows works at the Tillicum Society, volunteers and hopes for a more connected community

Tammy Burrows is running for Quesnel City Council. Photo submitted
Robert Shkuratoff hopes to represent CRD Area B. Melanie Law photo

Moose Heights local Robert Shkuratoff running for CRD Area B director

Shkuratoff was chief of the 10 Mile Fire Department and served on the Parkland Recreation Commission

Robert Shkuratoff hopes to represent CRD Area B. Melanie Law photo
Local teacher and business owner Martin Runge is running for City Council.                                 Melanie Law photo

Local teacher and business owner Martin Runge in the running for City Council

Runge is involved with provincial business teachers’ association and local Shiraoi Twinning Society

Local teacher and business owner Martin Runge is running for City Council.                                 Melanie Law photo
Local resident Kyle Townsend hopes to win a seat on Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo

Quesnel local Kyle Townsend vies for City Council seat

Townsend is a logger, miner and former volunteer firefighter

Local resident Kyle Townsend hopes to win a seat on Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo
Cory Delves is in the running for CRD director for Area A. Submitted photo

Cory Delves hopes to represent CRD Area A

Former Port Clements mayor moved to Quesnel seven years ago and lives in Area A

Cory Delves is in the running for CRD director for Area A. Submitted photo
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CRD gives official notice of election

Where and when to vote for CRD rep, airport tax referendum in the Quesnel area

  • Sep 25, 2018
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Quesnel City Hall. Photo courtesy of City of Quesnel

It’s official – City of Quesnel gives Notice of Election

Everything you need to know about how and where to vote in municipal election

  • Sep 24, 2018
Quesnel City Hall. Photo courtesy of City of Quesnel
It’s official: B.C.’s civic election campaign period kicks off
It’s official: B.C.’s civic election campaign period kicks off
Incumbent councillor Laurey-Anne Roodenburg is hopeful for four more years on City Council. Melanie Law photo

Incumbent city councillor Laurey-Anne Roodenburg hopes for four more years

Roodenburg has sat on City Council for the past 10 years

Incumbent councillor Laurey-Anne Roodenburg is hopeful for four more years on City Council. Melanie Law photo
Cody Dillabough drops out of race for Quesnel City Council

Cody Dillabough drops out of race for Quesnel City Council

The deadline for the withdrawal of candidates is Sept. 21 at 4 p.m.

Cody Dillabough drops out of race for Quesnel City Council
Barb Bachmeier is running for CRD director in Area B. Submitted photo

Barb Bachmeier in the running for Area B CRD director

Bachmeier is a Bouchie Lake volunteer firefighter and a carpenter by trade

Barb Bachmeier is running for CRD director in Area B. Submitted photo
Mitch Vik is running for Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo

Local business owner Mitch Vik one of 12 City Council candidates

Vik owns K-Max and volunteers with Lions Club, QDA and Community Futures

Mitch Vik is running for Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo
Elizebeth Montgomery is running for CRD for Area B.                                 Melanie Law photo

Elizebeth Montgomery running for Area B CRD director

The Bouchie Lake resident has served on the CRD’s Advisory Planning Commission since 2008

Elizebeth Montgomery is running for CRD for Area B.                                 Melanie Law photo
Lindsay Woods is running for Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo

Lindsay Woods is running for Quesnel City Council

Woods was born and raised in Quesnel, and moved back recently

Lindsay Woods is running for Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo
Wells. Katie Demois photo

Two Wells mayoral candidates and six for council

Six District of Wells council candidates will vie for four seats

Wells. Katie Demois photo
Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

Seven candidates vie for CRD directorships near Quesnel

Area A and B have two and three candidates apiece, with Area C and I each with one

Monica Lamb-Yorski photo
Quesnel City Hall. Photo courtesy of City of Quesnel

12 hopefuls for Quesnel City Council in upcoming municipal election

Incumbent Bob Simpson is the only candidate for Quesnel mayor

Quesnel City Hall. Photo courtesy of City of Quesnel
Cody Dillabough is running for Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo

Cody Dillabough set to run for Quesnel City Council

Dillabough runs a farm, volunteers in the community and is a local rep for a cattle company

Cody Dillabough is running for Quesnel City Council. Melanie Law photo
Matt Thomas, the director of Public Works Operations, stands in front of Backhoe Bay, which an independent engineering firm recommended no longer be used for “anything.” Heather Norman photo

Referendum set for replacement of Quesnel’s Public Works facility

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

Matt Thomas, the director of Public Works Operations, stands in front of Backhoe Bay, which an independent engineering firm recommended no longer be used for “anything.” Heather Norman photo
With autumn in full swing in the Cariboo Chilcotin the upcoming local government nomination period ended Friday, Sept. 14 with seven director positions up for election and five being acclaimed. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo (looking south from Highway 20 on Tuesday, Sept. 11).

Update: More candidates in the running for CRD director positions

The race will now see seven elections and five by acclamation

With autumn in full swing in the Cariboo Chilcotin the upcoming local government nomination period ended Friday, Sept. 14 with seven director positions up for election and five being acclaimed. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo (looking south from Highway 20 on Tuesday, Sept. 11).