Today, voters in Burnaby went to the polls in the 2014 civic elections.
Longtime mayor Derek Corrigan, who was first elected in 2002, was re-elected with resounding support. He was running with the Burnaby Citizens Association, who were re-elected to every seat in the local government: mayor, councillors and school board.
Independent Sylvia Gung made headlines with her campaign promise to ban kissing and holding hands in public, as well as promising to ban election campaigns.
She finished with 372 votes.
|Derek Corrigan Elected||28113||68.85%|
|Helen Hee Soon Chang||1845||4.52%|
|Pietro Calendino Elected||23373||8.54%|
|Dan Johnston Elected||23267||8.5%|
|Anne Kang Elected||22164||8.1%|
|Colleen Jordan Elected||22158||8.09%|
|Paul McDonell Elected||21303||7.78%|
|Sav Dhaliwal Elected||21082||7.7%|
|Nick Volkow Elected||19700||7.2%|
|James Wang Elected||19490||7.12%|
|Matthew V. Hartney||12130||4.43%|
|Ron Burton Elected||24189||10.45%|
|Larry Hayes Elected||23249||10.04%|
|Katrina Chen Elected||23116||9.99%|
|Baljinder K. Narang Elected||18854||8.15%|
|Meiling Chia Elected||18552||8.02%|
|Harman S. Pandher Elected||18345||7.93%|
|Maria A. Parente||13695||5.92%|
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