ELECTION 2014: Saanich Peninsula candidates announced

More than 50 people register as candidates in Sidney, North Saanich and Central Saanich for the Nov. 15 election.

Friday, Oct. 10 at 4 p.m. was the deadline for mayoral, councillor and school district trustee candidates to make their intentions known. After all the rumours about who might be running, the PNR has gleaned a list of all of the official candidates in the Nov. 15 local elections.

There are plenty of incumbents in the municipalities the PNR will be covering during the campaign — as well as a lot of challengers. In the editions leading up to election day on Nov. 15, the PNR will offer readers profiles of the candidates and a series of questions and answers on some of the election issues on the Saanich Peninsula.

Here are the lists of candidates in each Saanich Peninsula municipal election campaign, broken out by municipality and school district. The list was accurate as of 5 p.m. Oct. 10, 2014. From that deadline date to register, local election candidates have five working days to withdraw — ending Oct. 17.

Town of Sidney

Mayor

Don Amos

Steve Duck

Cliff McNeil-Smith

Steve Price

David Shebib

 

Councillor

Mike Barwick

Rosemarie Bongers

Erin Bremner

Tim Chad

Barbara Fallot

Sheilah Fea

Melissa Hailey

Bob Jones

Mervyn Lougher-Goodey

Cam McLennan

Colin Plint

Peter Wainwright

 

School Trustee (SD 63)

Allan Collier

Jason Price

Jim Standen

 

District of Central Saanich

Mayor

Jack Mar

David Shebib

Ryan Windsor

 

Councillor

Alicia Cormier

Christopher Graham

John Hannam

Carl Jensen

Zeb King

Baldev Lalli

Susan Mason

William (Tex) Moodrey

Shawn Munro

Niall Paltiel

Bob Thompson

 

School Trustee

Nancy Borden

Pat Bryant

Nick Claxton

Tim Dunford

 

District of North Saanich

Mayor

Alice Finall

Dorothy Hartshorne

Peter Miller

David Shebib

 

Councillor

Dunstan Browne

Heather Gartshore

Conny McBride

Jack McClintock

Craig Mearns

Geoff Orr

Steve Pearce

Celia Stock

Jack Thornburgh

Murray

Weisenberger

 

School Trustee

Nancy Borden

Robb Marty

Elsie McMurphy

Barbara Menzies.

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