Municipal election

Castlegar city council and senior staff. Photo: City of Castlegar

Castlegar council pay set to increase after election

Salaries will increase for the next mayor and council

 

Municipal elections will take place in October 2022. Photo: BP File

City of Castlegar moves forward with plans to allow mail-in ballots for municipal election

Special voting opportunities for care home residents will also be planned

 

Castlegar City Hall. Photo: Kristen Lawson

Committee to review Castlegar council salaries

Bylaw requires review six months prior to municipal elections

Castlegar City Hall. Photo: Kristen Lawson
Kirk Duff is Castlegar’s new mayor. Photo: Jennifer Small

Kirk Duff wins mayor, Brian Bogle wins council seat in Castlegar byelection

Five candidates ran for mayor and four ran for council

Kirk Duff is Castlegar’s new mayor. Photo: Jennifer Small
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Advance polls open this week in Castlegar byelection

Voting location is Castlegar Community Complex

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Q&A with the Castlegar council candidates

Four candidates are running for one council seat

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Castlegar byelection candidates participated in an online forum April 7. L-R, top: Heather Fancy, moderator Suzanne Lehbauer, Gord Lamont, Gordon Zaitsoff. Middle: Florio Vassilakakis, Brian Bogle, Lawrence Chernoff, Kirk Duff. Bottom: Sandy Bojechko, Shirley Falstead

VIDEO: Castlegar candidates share views at forum

Byelection forum hosted by Castlegar Chamber of Commerce

Castlegar byelection candidates participated in an online forum April 7. L-R, top: Heather Fancy, moderator Suzanne Lehbauer, Gord Lamont, Gordon Zaitsoff. Middle: Florio Vassilakakis, Brian Bogle, Lawrence Chernoff, Kirk Duff. Bottom: Sandy Bojechko, Shirley Falstead
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Q&A with the Castlegar mayoral candidates

Five candidates running for mayor

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Two more Castlegar byelection candidates come forward

Brian Bogle and Sandy Bojechko will be running for city council

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Castlegar byelection nomination deadline days away

Deadline for candidates is March 19

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Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Mail-in ballots approved for Castlegar byelection

Deadline to apply to vote by mail is March 26

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Shirley Falstead is running for city council in the byelection. Photo: Submitted

Shirley Falstead enters Castlegar council race

Shirley Falstead is the first candidate to aim for the council seat in byelection

Shirley Falstead is running for city council in the byelection. Photo: Submitted
Kirk Duff is running for mayor in the upcoming Castlegar byelection Photo: Submitted

Third candidate enters Castlegar mayor’s race

Kirk Duff previously served 18 years as a city councillor

Kirk Duff is running for mayor in the upcoming Castlegar byelection Photo: Submitted
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Nomination packages available for Castlegar byelection

The mayor’s seat and one council seat will be on the ballot

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The polls are now closed in the 2020 provincial election. (File photo)

Date set for City of Castlegar byelection

The election will be held Saturday, April 24

The polls are now closed in the 2020 provincial election. (File photo)
Gord Lamont has announced he will be running for mayor in the upcoming Castlegar byelection. Photo: Jennifer Small

Gord Lamont second candidate to run for mayor

A byelection will be held in the coming months for both mayor and one council seat

Gord Lamont has announced he will be running for mayor in the upcoming Castlegar byelection. Photo: Jennifer Small
Florio Vassilakakis has announced he is running for mayor of Castlegar. Photo: Submitted

City councillor Florio Vassilakakis announces plans to run for Castlegar mayor

A byelection will be held in the coming months for both mayor and one council seat

Florio Vassilakakis has announced he is running for mayor of Castlegar. Photo: Submitted
B.C. Premier John Horgan takes questions outside his legislature office, April 25, 2018. (Black Press)

Municipal election loophole will be fixed, premier says

Union, corporate donations still allowed for slate party ‘operational’ needs

B.C. Premier John Horgan takes questions outside his legislature office, April 25, 2018. (Black Press)