October 13, 2018 12:10 am
Updated: October 23, 2018 11:30 am

Kenora election results 2018

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With longtime Kenora mayor Dave Canfield retiring from politics this year, the northwest, lake-encircled Ontario city is gearing up for a change in leadership.

One-term councillor Dan Reynard and lifelong Kenora resident Lydia Harlos are the two candidates hoping to fill Canfield’s shoes.

It’s a crowded race for six seats on city council, with 14 candidates on the ballot. Only one sitting councillor, Louis Roussin, isn’t seeking re-election.

Candidates

Mayor

Lydia Harlos

Dan Reynard​

Councillor (6 to be elected)

​Lee-Anne Carver

Graham Chaze

Mort Goss (incumbent)

Anthony Leek

Eric Lovas

Rod McKay

Jennifer McKibbon

Rory McMillan (incumbent)

Dale Pearson

Andrew Poirier

Kirsi Ralko

Sharon Smith (incumbent)

Chris Van Walleghem

Colin Wasacase (incumbent)

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