November 15, 2014 4:15 pm
Updated: November 16, 2014 2:23 am

Burnaby election results 2014: Full results

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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.

FULL RESULTS

Burnaby

Candidate Votes Percent
Derek Corrigan Elected 28113 68.85%
Daren Hancott 8848 21.67%
Helen Hee Soon Chang 1845 4.52%
Allen Hutton 974 2.39%
Raj Gupta 680 1.67%
Sylvia Gung 372 0.91%

Burnaby

Candidate Votes Percent
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%
Helen Ward 14680 5.36%
Linda Hancott 13983 5.11%
Jason Chan 12959 4.73%
Matthew V. Hartney 12130 4.43%
Ray Power 11531 4.21%
Nick Kvenich 10724 3.92%
Charter Lau 10104 3.69%
Shakila Jeyachandran 8029 2.93%
Tom Tao 3959 1.45%
Jeff Kuah 3107 1.14%

Burnaby

Candidate Votes Percent
Ron Burton Elected 24189 10.45%
Larry Hayes Elected 23249 10.04%
Katrina Chen Elected 23116 9.99%
Gary Wong 21743 9.39%
Baljinder K. Narang Elected 18854 8.15%
Meiling Chia Elected 18552 8.02%
Harman S. Pandher Elected 18345 7.93%
Janice Beecroft 15411 6.66%
Maria A. Parente 13695 5.92%
Heather Leung 13668 5.91%
Franca Zumpano 13021 5.63%
Keith Tong 11389 4.92%
Ben Seebaran 10707 4.63%
Elias Ishak 5511 2.38%
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