Nov. 15 elections: a complete list of who is running for which seats in Parksville Qualicum Beach

These people filed their papers in time to be included on the ballot

  • Oct. 14, 2014 6:00 a.m.

Here’s a complete list of those who have filed their papers to run in the Nov. 15 municipal elections:

 

Regional District of Nanaimo: director nominees

French Creek: Joe Stanhope

Coombs/Errington: Rich Ethier, Julian Fell

Deep Bay/Bowser: Greg Gingras, Donald Mussell and Bill Veenhof

Nanoose Bay: Ed Mayne, Bob Rogers and Gordon Wiebe

City of Parksville: mayor and council nominees

Mayor: Dallas Collis, Antonio Farinha, Marc Lefebvre and Bill Neufeld

Councillor: Heidi Abbott, Jim Banks, Mary Beil, Michael Donegani, Jim Gordon, Al Greir, Rick Honaizer, Donald Lohvin, Kirk Oates, Teresa Patterson, Roy Plotniko, Sue Powell, Paul Reitsma, Leanne Salter and Caroline Waters

Town of Qualicum Beach: mayor and council nominees

Mayor: Teunis Westbroek and Denyse Widdifield

Councillor: Barry Avis, Mary Brouilette, Dolores Fraser, Neil Horner, Diana La Monte, Bill Luchtmeijer, Len Mustard, Anne Skipsey and Dave Willie

School District 69: trustee nominees

Nanoose Bay: Eve Flynn

Coombs/Errington: Julie Austin, John William Hildebrandt

Parksville/Qualicum/French Creek: Willow Bloomquist, Jacob Gair, E. Jane Williams and R. Elaine Young

Deep Bay/Bowser: Barry Kurland

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