Who is running in the mid-Island

November's municipal races begin to shape up

A list of incumbent politicians and their plans for this coming November.




City of Parksville





Sue Powell

Carrie Powell-Davidson




Not Stated:

Marc Lefebvre

Teresa Patterson

Chris Burger

Al Grier




Town of Qualicum Beach





Teunis Westbroek

Mary Brouilette




Not Running:

Jack Wilson

Kent Becker




Not Stated:

Barry Avis (see story

this page)

Regional District

of Nanaimo (RDN)





Joe Stanhope (Area G)




Not Running:

Dave Bartram (Area H)




Not Stated:

George Holme (Area E)

Lou Biggeman (Area F)




School District 69






Eve Flynn




Not Stated:

Everyone else.



The News will keep our eyes on who is and who is not running for local municipal governments in November — from incumbent politicians, to new faces and old faces trying to make a comeback.


— Staff Writer



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