BC Election 2022

Administrative office in Kelowna for Central Okanagan Public Schools. (File photo)

Central Okanagan Parents Advisory Council takes issue with school board chair election process

School board chair says trustees committed to working collaboratively

  • Nov 24, 2022

 

Sacheen Collecutt was running for a seat on Kelowna council with Spirit Alliance (Photo/Sacheen)

Election recount demanded by failed Kelowna council candidate dismissed

Sacheen Collecut claims ballot stuffing and fraud

 

Osoyoos mayoral candidate Dustin Sikora put up cameras and caught footage of a man stealing his election signs. The man was later identified by several people, including Sikora to be that of Marcel St. Louis, husband to financial agent for incumbent mayor Sue McKortoff. (Screen grab Facebook)

Osoyoos farmers market manager resigns after election sign controversy

Marcel St. Louis is accused of stealing several election signs of mayoral candidate Dustin Sikora

 

Barry Gerding.

Column: Things we learned from 2022 civic election campaign

Barry Gerding weighs in on the Okanagan election

Barry Gerding.
Lisa Guderyan

Peachland trustee connected with voters

Lisa Guderyan credits door knocking initiative for success at polls

Lisa Guderyan
Voters mark their civic election ballots at a polling station in Vancouver, on Saturday, October 15, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

ELECTION 2022: 158 new school trustees elected across B.C.

The province’s first openly transgender school trustee has been elected

Voters mark their civic election ballots at a polling station in Vancouver, on Saturday, October 15, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Vancouver mayoral candidate Ken Sim pauses after speaking during a town hall hosted by the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs and S.U.C.C.E.S.S., in Vancouver, B.C., Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022. Nearly half of British Columbia’s 162 cities and communities have a new mayor-elect after municipal elections last weekend. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Some new B.C. mayors are familiar, others mark historic firsts after municipal vote

Nearly half of B.C. communities have a new person in charge after Saturday’s vote

Vancouver mayoral candidate Ken Sim pauses after speaking during a town hall hosted by the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs and S.U.C.C.E.S.S., in Vancouver, B.C., Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022. Nearly half of British Columbia’s 162 cities and communities have a new mayor-elect after municipal elections last weekend. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Ron Cannon and Tom Dyas will be working together at City Hall for the next four years (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Kelowna City Council gains three new faces

The eight councillors will be working with newly elected Mayor Tom Dyas

Ron Cannon and Tom Dyas will be working together at City Hall for the next four years (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)
Colin Basran speaks to media following his loss in the 2022 municipal election. (Gary Barnes/ Kelowna Capital News)
Colin Basran speaks to media following his loss in the 2022 municipal election. (Gary Barnes/ Kelowna Capital News)
The elected. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke Votes: Gary Sulz re-elected as mayor

The preliminary results are in for the 2022 General Local Election

The elected. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
A sketch of what a potential Aquatic facility would look like in the area. (CSRD photo).

Golden and Area A votes yes to proposed indoor aquatic centre

The vote was 1,172 ‘yes’ to 423 ‘no’.

A sketch of what a potential Aquatic facility would look like in the area. (CSRD photo).
Candidates gathered at the Civic Centre for unofficial results. (Claire Palmer photo)
Candidates gathered at the Civic Centre for unofficial results. (Claire Palmer photo)
Vancouver mayoral candidate, incumbent Kennedy Stewart, picks up his civic election ballot from a polling station worker as he votes at an advance poll, in Vancouver, B.C., Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022. General local elections are scheduled in British Columbia municipalities Saturday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Municipal elections across B.C., with major battles in Vancouver, Surrey expected

Across the province campaigns focused on issues that typically fall beyond the municipal realm

Vancouver mayoral candidate, incumbent Kennedy Stewart, picks up his civic election ballot from a polling station worker as he votes at an advance poll, in Vancouver, B.C., Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022. General local elections are scheduled in British Columbia municipalities Saturday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
(Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
(Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
(Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
(Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
Balzor Singh and Gulshaan preet Brar have fallen in love while volunteering during the 2022 BC municipal election campaign. (Submitted)

Love blossoms on the Kelowna campaign trail

A pair of campaign volunteers have fallen in love and plan to get engaged after the Oct. 15 election

Balzor Singh and Gulshaan preet Brar have fallen in love while volunteering during the 2022 BC municipal election campaign. (Submitted)
Balzor Singh and Gulshaan preet Brar have fallen in love while volunteering during the 2022 BC municipal election campaign. (Submitted)

Love blossoms on the Kelowna campaign trail

A pair of campaign volunteers have fallen in love and plan to get engaged after the Oct. 15 election

Balzor Singh and Gulshaan preet Brar have fallen in love while volunteering during the 2022 BC municipal election campaign. (Submitted)
The B.C. Elections logo is seen on a ballot screen at a polling station in Vancouver, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. With cumulative crises including homelessness, crime, affordability and climate disasters, municipal politicians across the province are finding themselves tackling major issues from the ground up. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Campaigns in crisis mode as B.C. mayors pivot from parks and potholes to big picture

When Merlin Blackwell ran for mayor four years ago in the small…

The B.C. Elections logo is seen on a ballot screen at a polling station in Vancouver, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. With cumulative crises including homelessness, crime, affordability and climate disasters, municipal politicians across the province are finding themselves tackling major issues from the ground up. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Maple Ridge school board candidate Brian Dominick does not deny this was him in a video outside the Vancouver Art Gallery speaking to a crowd of people. (Screen grab)

Lower Mainland school board candidate on video preaching about exterminating the ‘global, elitist parasite’

Brian Dominick is seen outside the Vancouver Art Gallery at World Freedom Rally

Maple Ridge school board candidate Brian Dominick does not deny this was him in a video outside the Vancouver Art Gallery speaking to a crowd of people. (Screen grab)
Lake Country candidates left to right: Todd McKenzie, Bib Patel, Michael Lewis, Tricia Brett, Blair Ireland, Jeremy Kozub, Riley Hastings, Amy Geistlinger, Bill Scarrow (Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
Lake Country candidates left to right: Todd McKenzie, Bib Patel, Michael Lewis, Tricia Brett, Blair Ireland, Jeremy Kozub, Riley Hastings, Amy Geistlinger, Bill Scarrow (Photo - Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)