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General Local Election

A municipal election is held every four years in all communities across British Columbia. This year, the civic election will be held Saturday, October 15, 2022. Voters in Mackenzie will have the opportunity to elect one (1) Mayor and six (6) Councillors, as well as one (1) School Trustee for a four year term.

Election Results, 2018

CandidatePosition# of VotesResult
Joan AtkinsonMayorN/AAcclaimed
Andy BarnesCouncillor471Elected
Viktor John BrumovskyCouncillor402Elected
David ForshawCouncillor280
Peter GroganCouncillor335Elected
Amber HancockCouncillor397Elected
Raye McMeekenCouncillor393Elected
Jim WiensCouncillor339Elected

For elections results from across BC, check Civic Info BC's website.

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Council & Mayor Responsibilities, Conduct, & Procedures

There are requirements and expectations of conduct for elected officials. In addition to legislated and other legal requirements such as conflict of interest rules, foundational principles— integrity, accountability, respect, and leadership and collaboration—guide the conduct of elected officials in B.C.

Foundational Principles of Responsible Conduct

District of Mackenzie Council Procedures Bylaw No. 1379


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Emily Kaehn
Chief Elections Officer


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Chelsea Smirle
Deputy Chief Elections Officer


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Candidate & Voter Resources

Commonly Asked Questions about the Election

You can also view and download the PDF version of the frequently asked questions listed below.

Voter FAQ's

Candidate FAQ's

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