Official Election Results

General Local Government (or Municipal) Elections in BC are held every four years on the third Saturday in October. 

Municipal and Provincial elections elect officials for offices in two different types of government in Canada. Each of the two election administrations is governed by separate pieces of legislation. The following is a general summary of which offices are elected at each level of government:

Local Government/Municipal Election:

There is no political party association at this level of government. As an eligible elector of the municipality, you elect:

Northern Rockies Regional Municipal Council

One (1) Mayor 

Six (6) Regional Councillors

School District No. 81 Board

Five (5) School Board Trustees


Have a question? Please let us know. Explore our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us for more information. Don't forget to monitor our website (or subscribe to pages that are of interest to you) as we continue to post information regarding the Municipal Election.

NOTE: Elections BC is responsible for the administration of the campaign financing, disclosure and third party advertising rules under the Local Elections Campaign Financing Act.

We acknowledge the traditional territories of the Indigenous Peoples of the region including the Dene, Cree, Dunne Tsaa, Tsááʔ C̨hé Ne Dane, Dene Tha’ and Kaska peoples, many of whom are connected through kinship networks, and the enduring presence of the Métis community all of which have historic, cultural and long-standing connections to the land base in northeast British Columbia.


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