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Energeticcity.ca 10 Candidate Questions: Jeff Richert

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - With the election just around the corner, Energeticcity.ca will be profiling each candidate during the week of May 1. Each candidate has been asked 10 questions that are related to the North Peace. The last candidate in the series is Independent candidate Jeff Richert. Should the Site C project be sent to the BC Utilities Commission...

Energeticcity.ca 10 Election Candidate Questions: Dan Davies

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - With the election just around one week away, Energeticcity.ca will be profiling each candidate during the week of May 1. Each candidate has been asked 10 questions that are related to the North Peace. BC Liberal candidate Dan Davies gave the following responses to the questions presented to him. Should the Site C project be sent...

Meet the candidates running in the City of Fort St. John By-Election

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - With one seat open on Fort St. John City Council, a by-election will be held Saturday September 9. There are seven candidates running for open spot.  Below is a profile of each candidate with a video for the candidates that were able to participate.  You can also learn more about the candidates at an all...

BREAKING NEWS: Christy Clark and BC Liberals form minority government (for now)

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - The BC Liberals and Christy Clark, as of early Wednesday morning had formed a minority government according to the Canadian Press but it isn't over just yet. There will be a recount in the Courtney-Comox riding as the NDP won that battle only by 9 votes. If the Courtney-Comox riding flipped to Liberal after a...

Andrew Weaver and John Horgan accuse Christy Clark of ‘delaying’ and ‘distracting’

VICTORIA, B.C. - BC NDP leader John Horgan and BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver held a joint press conference this morning in Victoria claiming that Christy Clark and the BC Liberal Party are not accepting the results of the Provincial Election on May 9 and are dragging things out. Horgan says that more than half of voters voted against...

Over 2,300 voters cast ballots in Peace River North and South during first round of Advance Polls

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - Elections B.C. has released the number of voters who cast a ballot during the first two days of Advance Polls for the Provincial Election on May 9. Peace River North saw 706 voters the first day and 537 the second day for a total of 1,243 over the two day span. Peace River South saw 662...

Second advance voting day in Fort St. John council by-election is today

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Today is the second day of advance voting in the by-election to fill the vacant seat on Fort St. John City Council. There are seven candidates vying to become the City’s next councillor. The seven candidates are: Cindy Dettling, Christopher Flury, Becky Grimsrud, Lilia Hansen, Edwina Nearhood, Randy Vincent, and Barry Wilkinson. The City’s Director of...

“Nothing will be a good substitute for your vote” says pollster after Peace Region polls show opposite results

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - The Provincial Election is creeping up for voters. While polls are not accurate when it comes to predicting a winner, two polls recently released in the Peace River North riding show two completely different results and a experienced pollster is reminding voters to be cautious. Independent Bob Fedderly and his campaign released from a poll...

British Columbia Votes 2017: Where and how to vote in the Peace Region

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - With tomorrow being General Voting Day, here is what you need to know when it comes to how and where to vote. Below will list locations General Locations for residents to vote. You can also vote at any District Electoral Office. You can vote at these offices until 4:00 p.m. on General Voting Day. The Electoral...

Elections BC website sees double the amount of traffic on election day compared to 2013

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - With General Voting day almost coming to the end, Elections BC says that they had a very large volume of visitors on their website which led to pages not loading or loading incredibly slowly. Andrew Watson, Communications Manager with Elections BC says that the volume surpassed traffic on the website for the 2013 election. "Our website for...

B.C. students vote BC NDP majority government for Provincial Election

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - The results from Student Vote 2017 are in and students have voted in a majority BC NDP government. While students that took part in the mock vote are not of legal voting age, it still shows how they would like to be represented provincially. The BC NDP claimed 60 seats in the mock election while the Green...

BREAKING NEWS: Mike Bernier re-elected in Peace River South

DAWSON CREEK, B.C. - The Peace River South riding will once again be represented by BC Liberal candidate Mike Bernier. Bernier only had one other candidate to run against which was BC NDP candidate Stephanie Goudie. He was appointed as Parliamentary Secretary for Energy Literacy and the Environment for the Minister of Environment in 2014. On July 30, 2015, he was...

BREAKING NEWS: BC Liberal Dan Davies elected in Peace River North

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - BC Liberal candidate Dan Davies has been elected in Peace River North. Davies takes over for former MLA Pat Pimm. He was running against BC NDP candidate Rob Dempsey, Independent candidate Rob Fraser, Independent Bob Fedderly and Independent Jeff Richert. Davies services as a City Councillor for the City of Fort St. John. He beat Mayor Lori...

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