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B.C. Liberal Party Leader Kevin Falcon during a press conference at legislature in Victoria, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022. A byelection that could put new British Columbia Liberal leader Kevin Falcon back in the province’s legislature is a race about the past and future, say both the candidates and political experts. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito

Byelection a battle over past and future for BC Liberal leader Kevin Falcon, experts

Falcon, 59, was elected party leader in February after more than a decade away from B.C. politics

 

(Black Press file photo)

B.C. Liberal leader gets a shot at a seat in April 30 byelection

Premier John Horgan announced the byelection on April 2

 

Teresa Durning (right) takes the oath of office from chief election officer Keri-Ann Austin during a ceremony for Vernon’s newest councillor elect Tuesday, Dec. 14, at Vernon city hall. (City of Vernon photo)

Vernon’s newest councillor takes office

Teresa Durning sworn in at special ceremony Tuesday, Dec. 14

 

Teresa Durning is anxious to get to work as Vernon’s newest councillor, having topped the byelection polls Dec. 4. (Morning Star - file photo)

Vernon councillor-elect fulfills promise to late friend

Teresa Durning told Dalvir Nahal she would run for her council seat if she lost cancer battle

Teresa Durning is anxious to get to work as Vernon’s newest councillor, having topped the byelection polls Dec. 4. (Morning Star - file photo)
Voting is well underway at Vernon Secondary School, one of three voting locations in Vernon. (Brieanna Charlebois/ Morning Star)

One last chance to cast an advanced vote ahead of Vernon byelection

Final advanced poll today (Thursday) ahead of Saturday general election

Voting is well underway at Vernon Secondary School, one of three voting locations in Vernon. (Brieanna Charlebois/ Morning Star)
Vernon City Hall. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)

VERNON VOTES: Small turnout for day 2 of advance polls

Byelection for city councillor seat saw 49 voters attend second advance poll

Vernon City Hall. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)
A Vernon councillor is facing potential legal action from a former city councillor. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)

VERNON VOTES: 202 ballots cast in day one of advance polls

Advance voting continues in byelection for city councillor position

A Vernon councillor is facing potential legal action from a former city councillor. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)
Candidates in Vernon’s 2021 municipal byelection took part in an all-candidates forum sponsored by the Sustainable Environment Network Society Wednesday night, Nov. 10. (Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)

Environmental issues discussed at Vernon byelection all-candidates forum

Nine of the 11 candidates running for a vacant council seat had their say during a Wednesday night forum

Candidates in Vernon’s 2021 municipal byelection took part in an all-candidates forum sponsored by the Sustainable Environment Network Society Wednesday night, Nov. 10. (Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)
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11 candidates in the ring for Vernon council seat

Sherrilee Franks, Andrew Wylie, Kevin Demers, Catherine Lord and Ed Stranks file papers for byelection

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Three people have put their name forward on opening day of nominations to run for a vacant seat on Vernon council. (File photo)

Three individuals put names forward for Vernon byelection

Flora Evans, Arthur Gourley and Stephanie Hendy came forward on the opening day of nomination period

Three people have put their name forward on opening day of nominations to run for a vacant seat on Vernon council. (File photo)
Preliminary results from a byelection Saturday, May 29, to elect a new Vernon School Board trustee show Jenelle Brewer (bottom right) edging out Philipp Gruner (top right) by one vote. Julie Melanson (lower left) was third and Christie Tujik fourth in the vote to replace the late Mollie Bono. (Contributed)

Okanagan school board by-election decided by single vote

Jenelle Brewer edges out Philipp Gruner 151-150 in four-person Vernon trustee race

Preliminary results from a byelection Saturday, May 29, to elect a new Vernon School Board trustee show Jenelle Brewer (bottom right) edging out Philipp Gruner (top right) by one vote. Julie Melanson (lower left) was third and Christie Tujik fourth in the vote to replace the late Mollie Bono. (Contributed)
Tim Palmer submits his nomination documents at the drop box in front of city hall on Dec. 29, 2020. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Tim Palmer preliminary winner of Revelstoke byelection

837 residents voted, less than 15 per cent of eligible voters

Tim Palmer submits his nomination documents at the drop box in front of city hall on Dec. 29, 2020. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Matt Cherry is one of three candidates in Revelstoke’s current byelection. (Contributed)

BYELECTION: A final Q & A with Matt Cherry

Advance poll is on Wed. Feb. 10, and election day is Feb. 13

Matt Cherry is one of three candidates in Revelstoke’s current byelection. (Contributed)
Alistair Taylor and Fly on the campaign trail. (Contributed)

BYELECTION: Q & A with Alistair Taylor

Advance polls are open on Feb. 10 and general voting day is Feb. 13

Alistair Taylor and Fly on the campaign trail. (Contributed)
Peter Bernacki, a long-time Revelstoke resident, is volunteering on Tim Palmer’s campaign team. Bernacki said he believes Palmer will be a good addition to city council. (Jocelyn Doll - Revelstoke Review)

BYELECTION: Q & A with Tim Palmer

Advance polls are open Feb. 10, and election day is Feb. 13

Peter Bernacki, a long-time Revelstoke resident, is volunteering on Tim Palmer’s campaign team. Bernacki said he believes Palmer will be a good addition to city council. (Jocelyn Doll - Revelstoke Review)
Byelection candidates Tim Palmer, Alistair Taylor and Matt Cherry participated in an election forum hosted by the Revelstoke Review on Jan. 28. (Zoom Screenshot)

Was it true? Review fact-checks byelection candidates

The candidates were questioned at a virtual forum on Jan. 28

Byelection candidates Tim Palmer, Alistair Taylor and Matt Cherry participated in an election forum hosted by the Revelstoke Review on Jan. 28. (Zoom Screenshot)
Tim Palmer, Matt Cherry and Alistair Taylor are running for the vacant council seat in the upcoming byelection in Revelstoke.

REWATCH: Revelstoke Review hosting forum for upcoming byelection

Audience can submit questions via Facebook or email

Tim Palmer, Matt Cherry and Alistair Taylor are running for the vacant council seat in the upcoming byelection in Revelstoke.
Alistair Taylor has lived in Revelstoke since 2003. He is running to be a city councillor in the upcoming byelection. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Alistair Taylor running for vacant council seat

Byelection coming up in Revelstoke in February

Alistair Taylor has lived in Revelstoke since 2003. He is running to be a city councillor in the upcoming byelection. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Matt Cherry is running to be a Revelstoke City Councillor in the upcoming byelection. (Submited/Matt Stepchuck)

Matt Cherry running in Revelstoke’s byelection

Advance polls are coming up Feb. 3 and 10, with election day on Feb. 13

Matt Cherry is running to be a Revelstoke City Councillor in the upcoming byelection. (Submited/Matt Stepchuck)
The City of Revelstoke is encouraging people to vote by mail in the upcoming byelection. An application for due on Jan. 27 is required. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

City pushes residents to vote by mail in upcoming byelection

Deadline to apply is by the end of January

The City of Revelstoke is encouraging people to vote by mail in the upcoming byelection. An application for due on Jan. 27 is required. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)