Chetwynd heads to the polls for by-election tomorrow

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Voting will take place on Saturday, April 13, at the District of Chetwynd Municipal Office from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Qualified electors that have not yet registered can do so at the time of voting with at least two pieces of ID that prove both residency and identity.

Tomorrow’s by-election is the third in the Peace Region since the November 19, 2011 municipal election.

Hudson’s Hope Mayor Karen Anderson also stepped down in late 2012, leading to the election of Gwen Johannson and two new councillors in December, and a by-election was held for a new councillor in Tumbler Ridge in January 2013 to replace Doug Beale.

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