2022 Elections

2022 General Local Government Election

Official Results

The Chief Election Officer for Anmore has issued the declaration of the official election results for the 2022 General Local Election as follows:

John McEwen is declared elected for the office of Mayor.

The following candidates were acclaimed for the office of Councillor:

– Polly Krier

– Douglas Richardson

– Kim Trowbridge

– Paul Weverink

Kerri Palmer Isaak was acclaimed for the office of School Trustee for Electoral Area 4 for the Coquitlam School District.

Please CLICK HERE to view the official declarations.

Preliminary Election Results 

These preliminary results are based on the ballot accounts prepared at each of the voting places listed below and are subject to determination of official election results by the Chief Election Officer.

McEWEN, John

PIAMONTE, Mario

Advance Voting Opportunity: October 5, 2022
Anmore Elementary School

225

77

Mail Ballot Opportunity

30

7

General Voting Opportunity: October 15, 2022
Anmore Elementary School

340

199

Total Number of Valid Votes Cast

595

283

2022 Election Candidates List

Office of Mayor

Candidate’s Name

Information

Nomination Papers

McEwen, John* McEwen Candidate Information  McEwen Nomination Papers
Piamonte, Mario Piamonte Candidate Information Piamonte Nomination Papers

Office of Councillor

Candidate’s Name

Information

Nomination Papers

Krier, Polly* Krier Candidate Information Krier Nomination Papers
Trowbridge, Kim* Trowbridge Candidate Information Trowbridge Nomination Papers
Weverink, Paul* Weverink Candidate Information Weverink Nomination Papers
Richardson, Doug Richardson Candidate Information Richardson Nomination Papers

Office of School Trustee

Candidate’s Name

Information

Nomination Papers

Palmer Isaak, Kerri* Palmer Isaak Candidate Information  Palmer Isaak Nomination Papers

* Incumbent – Served on Council in the same role since the last general election

Click here to see the Declaration of Candidates

Click Here for Voter Information

Click Here for Candidate Information

Official Notices

Click Here for the Declaration of Official Election Results

Click Here for the 2022 Notice of Election by Voting

Click Here for the 2022 General Local Elections Notice of Nomination.

Click Here for 2022 General Local Elections Public Notice

Key Dates for 2022 General Local Government Election

July 18, 2022 – September 16, 2022
Pre-campaign period election advertising rules in effect
August 2, 2022
Nomination packages available for candidates in person at Village Hall or by email request
August 8, 2022 @ 7:00 p.m. Candidate information session – for details and to register email elections@anmore.com or call Karen Elrick @ 604 335 7957
August 30, 2022
Candidate nomination period begins
August 29, 2022
Mail ballot applications available on Voter Information page. 
September 9, 2022
Candidate nomination period ends (4 p.m.)
September 16, 2022
Candidate nomination withdraw deadline
September 17, 2022
Election campaign period begins
September 24, 2022
Campaign signs can go up within Local Government Election Bylaw 544-2015
End of September 2022
Mail ballots to be sent out
October 5, 2022
Advance voting opportunity at Anmore Elementary School Gymnasium
October 15, 2022
General voting at Anmore Elementary School Gymnasium and declaration of unofficial results
October 19, 2022
Declaration of official results
November 1, 2022
Inaugural Council meeting, Anmore Elementary School, 7 p.m.
January 13, 2023
Deadline to file campaign financing disclosure statements to Elections BC

Contact Information

Election Office – General Inquiries
elections@anmore.com

Chief Election Officer
Karen Elrick
karen.elrick@anmore.com
604-469-9877

Deputy Chief Election Officer
Sabina Perrin
sabina.perrin@anmore.com
604 469 9877

Village of Anmore Village Hall temporary location:
100 Buntzen Creek Road, Anmore, BC

Anmore Village Hall Mailing Address:
2697 Sunnyside Road, Anmore, BC V3H 5G9