Municipal Election

ELECTION DAY: Here’s where to vote

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

  • Oct 20th, 2018

Duncan’s mayoral candidates reflect on campaign

Voters go to the polls on Saturday

Duncan candidates aim to impress at early-morning gathering

Event sponsored by Downtown Duncan Business Improevement Area

The Final Countdown in North Cowichan

Who will be the Mayor and Councillors after Oct. 20 vote?

North Cowichan mayor and councillor candidates seek voter support

Crofton meeting first chance for the public to hear from hopefuls

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Get out and vote Cowichan!
Olender's Auto Care Centre fire in Duncan
Alison Nicholson, candidate for Area E
Murray McNab, candidate for Area H, CVRD

Voters get earful from all candidates at Lake Cowichan meeting

During two-hour session, hopefuls for mayor and council stated accomplishments, plans

Jon Lefebure will run again for mayor of North Cowichan

Lefebure has been mayor for total of 13 years

Siebring announces mayoral bid

Three-term councillor first to formally declare candidacy

Behnsen running for mayor of North Cowichan

Councillor cites the need for accountability, responsibility and transparency in local government

Seven-term councillor Sharon Jackson eyeing the mayor’s chair in Duncan

Sharon Jackson looking to fill space left by departing Phil Kent

Michelle Staples brings understanding of social, economic issues to bid for Duncan mayor

Two-term Duncan councillor Michelle Staples is looking to fill the void left by departing mayor Phil Kent.

Martin Barker running for mayor of Duncan

Barker served as city councillor from 2011-14

Property crime, housing and homelessness top issues for Duncan council candidate Bob Brooke

I will bring to the council many years of related service

  • Sep 17th, 2018

Incumbent Ross Forrest is seeking a 4th term as Mayor of Lake Cowichan

Over the past three terms I have felt that being Mayor of Lake Cowichan is the best job in politics

Making government more accessible a priority for Lake Cowichan mayoral candidate Bob Day

Long-time councillor will run against incumbent Ross Forrest and Rod Peters

Rod Peters throws hat in the ring for mayor

Local businessman says current council too complacent

North Cowichan needs team building, says council candidate Marilyn Palmer

I see the role of a councillor as serving the people who elect me

  • Sep 24th, 2018

Christopher Justice wants more long term thinking at North Cowichan council

Economic prosperity through environmental stewardship, says Justice

  • Oct 15th, 2018