The time for nominations has closed as of 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14, and the list of candidates for the Qualicum Beach election has been posted. — NEWS file photo

Qualicum Beach election candidates named

Westbroek running for councillor, Wiese, Skipsey for mayor

The nomination period for the upcoming municipal election (Oct. 20) ended on Friday, Sept. 14 at 4 p.m.

For Qualicum Beach, the list of candidates according to the Town of Qualicum Beach’s website as of 4 p.m. Sept. 14 are as follows:

– Anne Skipsey, mayor, 250-752-6441, arskipseyqb@gmail.com, www.anneskipsey.ca

– Brian Wiese, mayor, 250-937-1671, wiesey@shaw.ca

– Barry Avis, councillor, 250-752-0935, bhavis@telus.net

– Robert Filmer, councillor, 250-228-0852, filmer4council@gmail.com

– Scott Harrison, councillor, 250-927-7809, scottharrisonqualicumbeach@gmail.com, www.scottharrisonforqb.ca

– Neil Horner, councillor, 250-240-5180, neilinqualicum@gmail.com

– Douglas MacKay-Dunn, councillor, 250-607-1393, macdunn@uniserve.com, www.dougmackay-dunn.ca

– Adam Walker, councillor, 250-947-5115, adam@adamwalker.ca, www.adamwalker.ca

– Teunis Westbroek, councillor, 250-752-9671

– Dave Willie, councillor, 250-240-0201, 250-752-2010, dave@bwparty.com

– Jean Young, councillor, 250-937-0608, jeanyoung52@gmail.com

There are four councillor positions in Qualicum Beach.

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