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2022 Civic Election

New SD43 board of education on the clock following inauguration

New SD43 board of education on the clock following inauguration

Bagpipes ushered in the nine trustees, including seven incumbents that won another term in the 2022 civic election.
Fire, police officials usher in new Port Coquitlam council at inaugural meeting

Fire, police officials usher in new Port Coquitlam council at inaugural meeting

The 2022–2026 city council is led by Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West, who was acclaimed, and includes newcomer Paige Petriw.
Two new faces at inaugural meeting of Coquitlam city council

Two new faces at inaugural meeting of Coquitlam city council

Coquitlam city council waved, bowed and even offered a prayer of thanks to the crowd after being individually sworn into office tonight (Monday).
Roaring bagpipes to kickstart new Port Coquitlam city council's term

Roaring bagpipes to kickstart new Port Coquitlam city council's term

A familiar sound will lead the procession at the Port Coquitlam Community Centre, and local residents are encouraged to attend.
Incumbent Port Moody councillor says her place at inaugural meeting still feels ‘surreal’

Incumbent Port Moody councillor says her place at inaugural meeting still feels ‘surreal’

Amy Lubik retained her seat when her name was pulled from a container
Port Moody council ushers in a new era of change

Port Moody council ushers in a new era of change

Port Moody council has a new look and renewed optimism it can work together.
Amy Lubik wins second term on Port Moody council in judicial tiebreaker

Amy Lubik wins second term on Port Moody council in judicial tiebreaker

The new councillor-elect received the same number of votes as David Stuart following the results of a partial recount by a provincial court judge.
Judicial recount filed by Port Moody council candidate

Judicial recount filed by Port Moody council candidate

Amy Lubik filed the application as two votes still separate her from a second term on city council.
ICYMI: A recap of the Tri-Cities' official results from the 2022 civic elections

ICYMI: A recap of the Tri-Cities' official results from the 2022 civic elections

A final breakdown of Oct. 15's totals for each community, and who will govern them for the next four years.
Despite Coquitlam loss, ParentsVoice BC will run even more school candidates in 2026, founder says

Despite Coquitlam loss, ParentsVoice BC will run even more school candidates in 2026, founder says

Why did Coquitlam voters turn away from ParentsVoice BC candidates, choosing incumbents over independent candidates running with a centre-right elector organization?
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