Mike Little will be the next mayor of the District of North Vancouver.
Little had more than twice as many votes as his nearest competitor, Ash Amlani of the Building Bridges Electors Society.
Lisa Muri, Jim Hanson, Betty Forbes, Megan Curren, Mathew Bond, and Jordan Back were elected to council.
George Tsiakos, Cyndi Gerlach, Kulvir Mann, and Devon Bruce were elected school trustees.
Ash Amlani, Building Bridges Electors Society
Mathew Bond (Incumbent), Building Bridges Electors Society
James Hanson (Incumbent)
Lisa Muri (Incumbent)
Sameer Parekh, Building Bridges Electors Society
Carleen Thomas, Building Bridges Electors Society
All around the City of North Vancouver is where you’ll find the district, whose boundaries stretch west to east from around Capilano River Regional Park to the Indian Arm.
Opportunities for logging first drew settlers to the North Vancouver area, a region first occupied by the ancestors of the Squamish, the Tsleil-Waututh and the Musqueam peoples.
Pioneer Mills was established in 1862; it was bought by Sewell P. Moody in 1872, and the Moodyville settlement was named for him.
The North Shore would come to be known as North Vancouver in 1886.
But it would later split apart, with the City of North Vancouver breaking off to form its own municipality in 1907.
Median total income of couple economic families with children (2015)/B.C. median
Crime Severity Index (CSI) — 2016
RCMP — municipal/B.C.
44.95 (+12.57)/93.63 (-0.71)
RCMP — rural (stat shared with City of North Vancouver)/B.C.
134.54 (+2.11)/93.63 (-0.71)
Violent Crime Severity Index (CSI) — 2016
RCMP — municipal
19.11 (-28.37)/74.86 (-9.81)
RCMP — rural
74.71 (-21.83)/74.86 (-9.81)
Terry Beech (Liberal) — Burnaby North-Seymour
Pamela Goldsmith-Jones (Liberal) — West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country
Jonathan Wilkinson (Liberal) — North Vancouver
Bowinn Ma (BC NDP) — North Vancouver-Lonsdale
Ralph Sultan (BC Liberal) — West Vancouver-Capilano
Jane Thornthwaite (BC Liberal) — North Vancouver-Seymour