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2022 Civic Election

Student advocate running for Prince George school board

Student advocate running for Prince George school board

Damon Robinson is an outreach coordinator for CNC’s student union
Former principal running for Prince George school board

Former principal running for Prince George school board

Craig Brennan spent forty years working as a teacher and principal in SD57
Downtown gym owner running for Prince George city council

Downtown gym owner running for Prince George city council

Karm Manhas, owner of Kaiten Mixed Martial Arts, says change is needed downtown.
Update: Former referee looks to ‘cut the fat’ at city hall

Update: Former referee looks to ‘cut the fat’ at city hall

Adam Hyatt is running for mayor of Prince George on platform of reducing overspending and getting back to basics.
Neil Godbout: Voter apathy? Not in Prince George!

Neil Godbout: Voter apathy? Not in Prince George!

The last time six people ran for mayor of Prince George was in 2011, three elections ago.
Football coach running for Prince George school board

Football coach running for Prince George school board

Mike Rositano has been coaching football in Prince George for 33 years
Former Indigenous education worker running for Prince George school board

Former Indigenous education worker running for Prince George school board

Erica McLean grew up on the Gitxsan First Nation several hundred kilometres west of Prince George
Retired beekeeper running for Prince George school board

Retired beekeeper running for Prince George school board

Cathy Fortin said she wants to take on a new challenge for her 70th birthday
Update: Here's how to vote in Prince George in the civic election

Update: Here's how to vote in Prince George in the civic election

Advance voting begins on Oct. 5.
Update: Here are all the upcoming election forums happening in Prince George

Update: Here are all the upcoming election forums happening in Prince George

The date and time for the UNBC all-candidates forum has changed to Oct. 1, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.