Voting day is Saturday, Oct. 20. — Black Press File Photo

ELECTION DAY: Polls now closed; results as they are posted

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

UPDATE: Polls now closed.

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

Voting times and candidates for Parksville, Qualicum Beach and the Regional District of Nanaimo as as follows:

Polls are open for the Parksville election at the following locations from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. PT:

Parksville

Parksville Community Centre: 132 Jensen Ave. East

Parksville Fellowship Baptist Church: 550 Pym St.

Who is running for mayor?

Chris Long

Ed Mayne

Kirk Oates

Check out The NEWS’ Parksville mayoral candidates’ debate video

Who is running for council?

Kim Burden (click here for Three questions with Kim Burden)

Mark Chandler (click here for Three questions with Mark Chandler)

Adam Fras (click here for Three questions with Adam Fras)

Al Greir (click here for Three questions with Al Greir)

Richard W. Honaizer

Doug O’Brien (click here for Three questions with Doug O’Brien)

Teresa Patterson (click here for Three questions with Teresa Patterson)

Paul Reitsma (click here for Three questions with Paul Reitsma)

Mark Stephens (click here for Three questions with Mark Stephens)

Amanda Wagner (click here for Three questions with Amanda Wagner)

Marilyn Wilson (click here for Three questions with Marilyn Wilson)

Polls are open for the Qualicum Beach election at the following location from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. PT:

Qualicum Beach

Qualicum Beach Civic Centre: 747 Jones St.

Who is running for mayor?

Anne Skipsey (click here for Three questions with Anne Skipsey)

Brian Wiese (click here for Three questions with Brian Wiese)

Who is running for council?

Barry Avis (click here for Three questions with Barry Avis)

Robert Filmer (click here for Three questions with Robert Filmer)

Scott Harrison (click here for Three questions with Scott Harrison)

Neil Horner (click here for Three questions with Neil Horner)

Doug MacKay-Dunn (click here for Three questions with Doug MacKay-Dunn)

Adam Walker (click here for Three questions with Adam Walker)

Teunis Westbroek (click here for Three questions with Teunis Westbroek)

Dave Willie (click here for Three questions with Dave Willie)

Jean Young (click here for Three questions with Jean Young)

Polls are open for the following RDN areas at the following locations from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. PT:

Area F: Coombs, Hilliers, Errington

Bradley Centre: 975 Shearme Rd., Coombs

Lighthouse Community Centre: 240 Lions Way, Qualicum Bay

Area G: French Creek, Dashwood, Englishman River

St. Columbia Presbyterian Church Hall: 921 Wembley Rd, Parksville

Area H: Shaw Hill, Qualicum Bay, Deep Bay, Bowser, Spider Lake and Horne Lake

Lighthouse Community Centre: 240 Lions Way, Qualicum Bay

Who is running for director?

Area F:

Ceri Peacey (click here for Three questions with Ceri Peacey)

Leanne Salter (click here for Three questions with Leanne Salter)

Area G:

Clarke Gourlay (click here for Three questions with Clarke Gourlay)

Duane Round (click here for Three questions with Duane Round)

Lehann Wallace (click here for Three questions with Lehann Wallace)

Area H:

Stuart McLean (click here for Three questions with Stuart McLean)

Bill Veenhof (click here for Three questions with Bill Veenhof)

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

Check out our website (www.pqbnews.com) and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/PQBNews) for full coverage of the results starting at 8 p.m. PT.

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