ELECTION DAY: Here’s where to vote in COURTENAY

Voters in 162 municipalities in B.C. set to elect mayor, council, school board and more

Voters across British Columbia head to the polls on Saturday to choose a mayor, council and other leaders in local government.

Polls are open in Courtenay at the following locations from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.:

Poll location

• Conference Hall of the Florence Filberg Centre, 411 Anderton Avenue, Courtenay, B.C.

Poll location

• Queneesh Elementary School, 2345 Mission Road, Courtenay, B.C

Who is running for mayor? (in random order)

Bob Wells: “My council experience over the past four years, along with decades of business, social, environmental and board experience makes me the best candidate.” Read more here…

Larry Jangula: “I believe that our City needs stable, strong, experienced leadership and that is why I am putting my name forward.” Read more here …

Harold Long: “With time available to serve the City of Courtenay in a fiscally responsible manner, I will work hard to earn the confidence and support of the Courtenay voters.” Read more here …

Erik Eriksson: “I really want to be mayor. I have a desire to do good things.” Read more here…

Who is running for council? (in random order)

(click names for bios/platforms)

Wendy Morin

Judi Murakami

David Frisch

Tom Grant

Penny Marlow

Brennan Day

Doug Hillian

Will Cole-Hamilton

Melanie McCollum

Deana Simkin

Kiyoshi Kosky

Darwin Dzuba

Starr Winchester

Manno Theos

Jin Lin

J. Murray Presley

Who is running for school board?

Janice Caton and Kathleen Hawksby are running unopposed for the two Courtenay school trustee positions.

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For all of our stories on the Courtenay election, click here.

Check out our website and Facebook page for full coverage of the results starting at 8 p.m.

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