B.C. Municipal Election: Here’s who is running in Ladysmith, CVRD and North Cowichan

Candidates vying for a seat around the table have started to declare in Ladysmith, North Cowichan, the school districts and Cowichan Valley Regional District electoral areas G and H.

Here’s a list of who has declared so far:

Ladysmith

– Aaron Stone – Mayor

– Steve Arnett – Councillor

– Duck Paterson – Councillor

– Marsh Stevens – Councillor

– Jeff Virtanen – Councillor

Electorial Area G

– Lia Versaevel

– Lynne Smith

– Sean D Jonas

Electoral Area H

– Mary Marcotte

North Cowichan

– Jon Lefebure – Mayor

– Al Siebring – Mayor

– David Haywood – Councillor

– Peter W Rusland – Councillor

Nanaimo-Ladysmith School District

– Greg Keller

– Chantel O’Neill

– Bill Robinson

– TerryLynn Saunders

– Marilyn Sullivan

Cowichan Valley School District

– John McDonald

The nomination period closed on Sept. 14.

– This list was last updated by the Chronicle on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.

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