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Roberts returned as Kitsumkalum chief councillor

DON ROBERTS has been re-elected chief councillor of the Kitsumkalum First Nation, easily outpacing the three people who opposed him.

Roberts received 179 votes compared to 23 for Ritchie Inkster, 20 for Cynthia Wunderlich and 9 for Jim Cooley.

This will be a fourth two-year term for Roberts.

Cynthia Bohn is returning as a councillor with 131 votes as are Lisa Wesley with 117 votes, Wayne Bolton with 114 votes, Troy Sam with 103 votes and Susan Spalding with 89 votes.

Kathy Wesley with 97 votes and Tracy Sam with 82 votes are new council members.

Twenty-three people ran for council.

The newly-chosen council meets for the first official time next month.

 

 

 

 

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