Bulkley Valley election results

Results for Bulkley Valley municipal and school board elections.

These are the early unofficial local results of Saturday’s election:

 

Village of Telkwa council:

Darcy Repen has been elected as Telkwa’s new mayor with 283 votes.

Leroy Dekens (370), Coralee Karrer (274), Annette Morgan (239), Brad Layton (229) elected to council.

 

Town of Smithers council:

Mayor Taylor Bachrach acclaimed.

Gladys Atrill (942), Frank Wray (842), Greg Brown (805), Phil Brienesse (757), Bill Goodacre (704), Shelley Browne (630) elected to council.

 

Bulkley Valley School District 54 school board:Les Kearns and Jennifer Williams acclaimed for Houston zone 4.

Priscilla Michell acclaimed for Lake Kathlyn/Evelyn/Moricetown zone 1.

Lara Collingwood, Dawn Hanson, Frank Farrell elected for Smithers/Glentanna/Driftwood zone 2.

Billie Jean Beaubien unofficially elected by just three votes for Telkwa/Quick zone 3.

 

New Hazelton council:

Incumbent mayor Gail Lowry has been elected and will join the six acclaimed councillors for another term.

 

Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine

Linda Pierre has been elected to represent Electoral Area B (Hazeltons Rural Areas, Kispiox Valley, Moricetown through Cedarvale)

 

Coast Mountains School District 82 school board:

Shar McCrory elected as trustee in Electoral Area 5 – Hazelton

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