Election 2022

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POST ELECTION SURVEY
The City of Parksville has launched an online post-election survey to get community feedback on the 2022 local government election process. Parksville residents interested in completing the survey may do so by December 16 by visiting this link.


Local government elections in British Columbia are held every four years. The election for the City of Parksville took place on Saturday, October 15, 2022. Residents elected one Mayor, six Councillors and two School Trustees. The determination of official election results was made by the Chief Election officer at 3 pm, October 18.

2022 OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS


Parksville's New Council
The 2022-2026 Parksville Council was sworn in at the inaugural meeting on November 7. The ceremony included Mount Arrowsmith Piper Josh Dieleman, Qualicum First Nation Chief Michael Recalma, Parksville Fellowship Baptist Church Pastor Andrew Gulevich, and Staff Sergeant Travis de Coene and Constable Steve Pope with the Oceanside Detachment RCMP. The meeting may be viewed from webstreaming on our website.

The City extends appreciation to outgoing members of Council for their service to our community – Mayor Ed Mayne and Councillors Mark Chandler, Al Greir, Teresa Patterson, and Marilyn Wilson.

Links related to the 2022-2026 Council:
Council portfolios and committee appointments
Mayor and Council contact information
Mayor O’Brien’s inaugural address
Attending Council meetings

Congratulations to the 2022-2026 Council (left to right) Councillors Sylvia Martin, Adam Fras, Amit Gaur;
Mayor Doug O’Brien; Councillors Mary Beil, Joel Grenz, Sean Wood.



POST ELECTION SURVEY
The City of Parksville has launched an online post-election survey to get community feedback on the 2022 local government election process. Parksville residents interested in completing the survey may do so by December 16 by visiting this link.


Local government elections in British Columbia are held every four years. The election for the City of Parksville took place on Saturday, October 15, 2022. Residents elected one Mayor, six Councillors and two School Trustees. The determination of official election results was made by the Chief Election officer at 3 pm, October 18.

2022 OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS


Parksville's New Council
The 2022-2026 Parksville Council was sworn in at the inaugural meeting on November 7. The ceremony included Mount Arrowsmith Piper Josh Dieleman, Qualicum First Nation Chief Michael Recalma, Parksville Fellowship Baptist Church Pastor Andrew Gulevich, and Staff Sergeant Travis de Coene and Constable Steve Pope with the Oceanside Detachment RCMP. The meeting may be viewed from webstreaming on our website.

The City extends appreciation to outgoing members of Council for their service to our community – Mayor Ed Mayne and Councillors Mark Chandler, Al Greir, Teresa Patterson, and Marilyn Wilson.

Links related to the 2022-2026 Council:
Council portfolios and committee appointments
Mayor and Council contact information
Mayor O’Brien’s inaugural address
Attending Council meetings

Congratulations to the 2022-2026 Council (left to right) Councillors Sylvia Martin, Adam Fras, Amit Gaur;
Mayor Doug O’Brien; Councillors Mary Beil, Joel Grenz, Sean Wood.


  • New Council for City of Parksville

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    November 9, 2022

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  • Inaugural Address by Parksville Mayor O’Brien

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    November 8, 2022

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  • Council Appointments - November 8, 2022, to November 6, 2023

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    November 8, 2022

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  • City of Parksville Official Election Results

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    October 18, 2022

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  • City of Parksville Preliminary Election Results

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    Saturday, October 15

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  • Declaration of Candidates

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    September 20, 2022

    LINK TO DECLARATION

  • City of Parksville Candidates - 2022 General Local Election

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    September 9, 2022

    The deadline for filing nomination papers for the upcoming general local government elections was 4 pm today. The next local government election will take place on Saturday, October 15. At this time, the list of candidates running for election is unofficial as a candidate has until 4 pm on Friday, September 16 to withdraw.

    At the deadline today, the following were nominated for Mayor:

    Ed Mayne
    Doug O’Brien

    At the deadline today, the following were nominated for six Councillor positions:

    Karin Badel
    Frank Bailey
    Mary Beil
    Lucky Butterworth
    Adam Fras
    Amit Gaur
    Joel Grenz
    Mike Kelly
    Jeet Mann
    Sylvia Martin
    Paula Miles
    Teresa Patterson
    Michael Pedersen
    Marilyn Wilson
    Sean Wood

    Nomination papers for all candidates are published on the City’s website. Information about voting locations, advance polls, key dates, frequently asked questions, candidate information, and who can vote is available on Let’s Talk Parksville. The City’s website and Let’s Talk Parksville are updated as information becomes available.

    General voting day is Saturday, October 15 from 8 am to 8 pm at the Parksville Community Centre, 132 Jensen Avenue East or the Parksville Fellowship Baptist Church, 550 Pym Street. Advance voting takes place on Wednesday, October 5 and Wednesday, October 12 from 8 am to 8 pm at the Parksville Community Centre,

    132 Jensen Avenue East. Special voting opportunities will be offered at several care facilities for their residents and workers only.

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    For more information:

    Amanda Weeks, Chief Election Officer
    250 954-3070

    Danielle Leurebourg, Deputy Chief Election Officer
    250 954-3060

    election-official@parksville.ca


  • Parksville Local Government Election 2022

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    April 4, 2022

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    Local government elections in British Columbia are held every four years. The City of Parksville municipal Council is made up of a Mayor and six Councillors, each to be elected for a four-year term.

    The election for the City of Parksville is set for Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 8 am to 8 pm at the Parksville Community Centre and Parksville Fellowship Baptist Church. Advance voting will be held on Wednesday, October 5 and Wednesday, October 12, 2022, from 8 am to 8 pm at the Parksville Community Centre
    (132 Jensen Avenue East).

    Detailed information for voters and for candidates running for council is available at Let’s Talk Parksville, through a direct link, also accessible from the City’s website. Let’s Talk Parksville provides key dates for voters and candidates, frequently asked questions, ways to vote, who can vote, and more.

    We hope you will spend some time reviewing our election site on Let’s Talk Parksville to familiarize yourself with the City of Parksville’s local government election.


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