Election

Chilliwack-Kent MLA Laurie Throness watches the results on election night. The ex-Liberal’s tumultuous campaign and the narrow margin for victory ahead of the mail-in ballot count leaves the future of the riding’s seat in limbo for at least the next week. (Facebook/Laurie Throness)

B.C. VOTES 2020: Future for Throness uncertain as Chilliwack-Kent awaits results

Chilliwack-Kent candidate hopeful, resigned waiting on final count

Preliminary results indicate a Surrey-Cloverdale win for the NDP’s Mike Starchuk. (File)

Mike Starchuk in comfortable lead in Surrey Cloverdale

MAP: B.C. provincial election results for Surrey-Cloverdale

Laurie Throness has resigned from the BC Liberal party for 2020 Provincial Election in the Chilliwack-Kent riding, according to BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson on Oct. 15, 2020. He will continue to fight in this election as an Independent candidate.

Ex-Liberal Chilliwack-Kent MLA resumes re-election bid as Independent

Former Liberal MLA resigned from party amid scandalous remarks during meeting

Casting a ballot on Oct. 21 requires one clear single mark next to a candidate name. (Langley Advance Times files)

When it comes to voting, x marks the spot

How to properly cast a ballot on election day, Oct. 21

Casting a ballot on Oct. 21 requires one clear single mark next to a candidate name. (Langley Advance Times files)
Hosted by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, about 100 people attended the all-candidates meeting held at KPU-Cloverdale.

Election candidates sound-off on the concerns of Cloverdale-Langley City residents

Hosted by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, about 100 people attended the event held at KPU-Cloverdale

Hosted by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, about 100 people attended the all-candidates meeting held at KPU-Cloverdale.
Contributed photo                                 Peace Arch Elementary students add their fingerprints to T-shirts as part of an inclusion challenge issued by White Rock RCMP Const. Chantal Sears in response to students’ request for a courthouse tour.

White Rock students rise to inclusion challenge

Seniors, kids and more to benefit from Peace Arch Elementary students’ efforts

Contributed photo                                 Peace Arch Elementary students add their fingerprints to T-shirts as part of an inclusion challenge issued by White Rock RCMP Const. Chantal Sears in response to students’ request for a courthouse tour.
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