June 27, 2018 3:00 pm
Updated: October 21, 2018 4:57 pm

B.C. muncipal election 2018: North Vancouver (City) results

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Linda Buchanan has been elected the new mayor of the City of North Vancouver.

Buchanan won with 3,800 votes, 401 more than challenger Guy Heywood. Rod Clark finished with 2,828 votes and Kerry Morris with 1,987.

Just two incumbents were re-elected to council, Don Bell and Holly Black. They will be joined by new councillors Angela Girard, Tony Valente, Jessica McIlRoy and Tina Hu.

Below is the full list of mayoral and council candidates in North Vancouver.

Candidates

Mayor

Kerry Morris

Guy Heywood

Linda Buchanan

Michael Wilcock

Payam Azad

Rod Clark

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Council

Holly Black, (Incumbent)

Bill Bell

Don Bell (Incumbent)

Anna Boltenko

Robert Fearnley

Angela Girard

Joe Heilman

Tina Hu

Kenneth Izatt

Alborz Jaberolansar

Mica Jensen

John A. McCann

Mack E. McCorkindale

Jessica A. McIlRoy

Alizadeh Pooneh

Shervin Shahriari

Ron A. Sostad

Brett J. Thorburn

Thomas Tofigh

Tony Valente

Max Zahedi

Boundary

The City of North Vancouver is a municipality whose boundary stretches to just north of the Upper Levels Highway, west to MacKay Road and east to Brooksbank Avenue. Surrounding the city’s boundaries is the District of North Vancouver.

Population (2016)

52,898

History

North Vancouver — one name, two distinct places.

The area was first inhabited by the ancestors of the Squamish, Tsleil-Wauth and the Musqueam peoples who would use the area to hunt, fish and carry out other activities endemic to their way of life.

The District of North Vancouver was incorporated in 1891, taking in an area from Horseshoe Bay to the Indian Arm.

The City of North Vancouver would be incorporated as its own municipality in 1907.

The city council looked into re-amalgamating in 1957 but it never happened.

Median total income of couple economic families with children (2015)/B.C. median

$114,240/$111,736

Crime Severity Index (CSI) — 2016

RCMP — municipal/B.C.

81.25 (+6.24)/93.63 (-0.71)

RCMP — rural (statistic shared with District of North Vancouver)/B.C.

134.54 (+2.11)/93.63 (-0.71)

Violent Crime Severity Index (CSI) — 2016

RCMP — municipal/B.C.

43.81 (-15.15)/74.86 (-9.81)

RCMP — rural/B.C.

74.71 (-21.83)/74.86 (-9.81)

Political representation

Federal

Jonathan Wilkinson (Liberal)

Provincial

Bowinn Ma (BC NDP) — North Vancouver-Lonsdale

Jane Thornthwaite (BC Liberal) — North Vancouver-Seymour

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