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Few changes on Duncan city council as five incumbents, one newcomer elected

Duncan residents have returned five incumbent councillors to their seats, along with one newcomer.
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Duncan residents have chosen a new city council Oct. 15, 2022. (File photo)

Duncan residents have returned five incumbent councillors to their seats, along with one newcomer.

There were nine candidates for six seats, with incumbent Mayor Michelle Staples winning by acclamation.

Polls are reporting that the winners are Garry Bruce, Mike McKinlay, Carol Newington, Tom Duncan, Jenni Capps, and Stacy Middlemiss.

This makes the only new councillor McKinlay, who was a longtime fire chief in the city.

Incumbent Bob Brooke, Mark Anderson and Joe Sawchuk also ran in the election.



Andrea Rondeau

About the Author: Andrea Rondeau

I returned to B.C. and found myself at the Cowichan Valley Citizen.
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