Unofficial results 

Unofficial election results for Sea to Sky communities

(Candidates elected are in bold)



Ken Melamed, 1,527

Kristi Wells, 1,218

Brian Walker, 63

Miro Kolvek, 54

Jag Bhandari, 3


Tom Thomson, 1,682

Ralph Forsyth, 1,612

Chris Quinlan, 1,606

Eckhard Zeidler, 1,495

Ted Milner, 1,418

Grant Lamont, 1,321

Jack Crompton, 1,132

Bob Lorriman, 1,046

David Sharpe, 577

Wayne Escott, 382

Stephen Milstein, 381

Dave Buzzard, 323

Bill Overing, 247

Shane Bennett, 105

Will Pullinger, 101

Simon Briggs, 81

Christopher Reading, 40

Total number of votes cast: 2,903

Estimated number of eligible voters: 6,705

Percentage turnout: 43.3



Jordan Sturdy, 552

David Mackenzie, 191


Ted Craddock, 570

Lisa Ames, 552

Susie Gimse, 433

Alan LeBlanc, 412

Peter Pocklington, 278

Cam McIvor, 263

Referendum Question: “Are you in favour of a boundary extension to include the Hillside area, the Pemberton Creek Watershed, the lands along Airport Road, and the lands south of Rutherford Creek within the Village of Pemberton boundaries?” Referendum approved.

Total number of votes cast: 762

Estimated number of eligible voters: 1,452

Percentage turnout: 52.48



Greg Gardner, 3,557

Terrill Patterson, 715

John Erickson, 146


Doug Race, 2,625

Corinne Lonsdale, 2,458

Bryan Raiser, 2,297

Patricia Heintzman, 2,260

Rob Kirkham, 1,988

Paul Lalli, 1,791

Mike Jenson, 1,676

Catherine Jackson, 1,614

Jeff McKenzie, 1,474

Donna Billy, 1,299

David Clarkson, 1,219

Ron Bahm, 1,144

Larry McLennan, 730

Alan Forsythe, 636

Jorli Ricker, 451

Ken Perry, 293

Deb McBride, 277

John McIllwraith, 102

Total number of votes cast: 4,629

Estimated number of eligible voters: 10,600

Percentage turnout: 43.67



Russ Oakley, Electoral Area A, acclaimed

Mickey Macri, Electoral Area B, acclaimed

Susan Gimse, Electoral Area C, acclaimed

John Turner, Electoral Area D, 114

Terrill Patterson, Electoral Area D, 18


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