Municipal Election

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PODCAST.: Turnout for B.C. 2022 municipal elections down from 2018

TODAY IN B.C.: Voting online, campaign issues and mayoralty races discussed

General voting day is Oct. 15. Photo: File

Meet the candidates for Montrose mayor

General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15

General voting day is Oct. 15. Photo: File

Meet the councillor candidates for Montrose

General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15

General voting day is Oct. 15. Photo: File

Meet the councillor candidates for Fruitvale

General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15

General voting day is Oct. 15. Photo: File
The first day of advance voting is Wednesday, Oct. 5. The Warfield forum goes Monday, Oct. 4 in the community hall, 7 p.m. Photo: Adobe Stock

Meet the councillor candidates for Warfield

General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.

  • Sep 27, 2022
The first day of advance voting is Wednesday, Oct. 5. The Warfield forum goes Monday, Oct. 4 in the community hall, 7 p.m. Photo: Adobe Stock
The first day of advance voting is Wednesday, Oct. 5. Photo: File

Meet the mayoral candidates for Warfield

General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15 between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The first day of advance voting is Wednesday, Oct. 5. Photo: File
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Meet the 13 Trail councillor candidates

General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15

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General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15. Photo: File

Meet the Trail mayoral candidates

General voting day goes Oct. 15; advance voting in Trail goes Oct. 5 and Oct. 12 in TALC

General voting day is Saturday, Oct. 15. Photo: File
Mayor Kathy Moore takes the oath of office to begin her second term as mayor while Judge Rob Brown looks on. (Photo: John Boivin)

Venue change irks Rossland mayor

Swearing-in ceremony deemed not fit for courthouse, moved to Rossland hotel

Mayor Kathy Moore takes the oath of office to begin her second term as mayor while Judge Rob Brown looks on. (Photo: John Boivin)
Former mayor Mike Martin officially passed the gavel to Mayor Lisa Pasin during council’s inaugural meeting Monday night. Pasin was sworn in alongside six councillors, including incumbents Coun. Robert Cacchioni, Coun. Carol Dobie, Coun. Eleanor Gattafoni Robinson and Coun. Sandy Santori. Coun. Colleen Jones and Coun. Paul Butler are new to Trail politics and round out the table of seven.

Updated: New mayor makes Trail history

Mayor Lisa Pasin is the city’s first female mayor since Trail was incorporated June 14, 1901

Former mayor Mike Martin officially passed the gavel to Mayor Lisa Pasin during council’s inaugural meeting Monday night. Pasin was sworn in alongside six councillors, including incumbents Coun. Robert Cacchioni, Coun. Carol Dobie, Coun. Eleanor Gattafoni Robinson and Coun. Sandy Santori. Coun. Colleen Jones and Coun. Paul Butler are new to Trail politics and round out the table of seven.
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Meet Trail’s two new councillors

Paul Butler and Colleen Jones join four incumbents and Mayor-elect Lisa Pasin

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Voter turnout in Trail stood at 39 per cent, slightly higher than the B.C. average.

Greater Trail voter turnout tops B.C. average

Fruitvale voter turnout was the highest at 55 per cent, up considerably from 2014

Voter turnout in Trail stood at 39 per cent, slightly higher than the B.C. average.
Challenger Harry Gough and incumbent Cindy Fortin were tied in votes following a recount of the Oct 20 Peachland mayoral election result. So a B.C. judge had to draw the name of the winner and she drew Fortin’s name. —Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News

Incumbent’s name drawn to settle who will be Peachland’s next mayor

B.C. judge draws incumbent Cindy Fortin’s name to settle tied mayoral vote

Challenger Harry Gough and incumbent Cindy Fortin were tied in votes following a recount of the Oct 20 Peachland mayoral election result. So a B.C. judge had to draw the name of the winner and she drew Fortin’s name. —Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News
Support was overwhelmingly in favour of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary referendum regarding the disposition of East End sewer assets.

Thumbs up for Kootenay Boundary referendum

Mayor Mike Martin says the passed referendum is a good outcome for Trail

Support was overwhelmingly in favour of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary referendum regarding the disposition of East End sewer assets.
New and returning elected officials from Rossland through to the Beaver Valley will be sworn in Monday Nov. 5. Trail Times file photo

Greater Trail political scene gets a new look

Trail and Greater Area votes in new mayors, new councillors and passes a referendum

New and returning elected officials from Rossland through to the Beaver Valley will be sworn in Monday Nov. 5. Trail Times file photo
Voters in Rossland, Trail and Warfield had a say in the RDKB referendum.

Kootenay Boundary referendum, pass or fail?

Polls closed at 8 p.m. Saturday night

Voters in Rossland, Trail and Warfield had a say in the RDKB referendum.
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Five new councillors for Rossland

Close races prompted slow count of voting results

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Fruitvale votes in a new mayor

Preliminary results after voting closed Saturday at 8 p.m.

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Trail Times file photo

A new mayor for Montrose

Preliminary results after voting closed Saturday at 8 p.m., includes results from two advanced polls

Trail Times file photo
Trail Times file photo

Mayor of Warfield re-elected

Preliminary results after voting closed Saturday at 8 p.m., includes results from two advanced polls

Trail Times file photo