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Mike Hurley defeats Derek Corrigan in Burnaby

Last Updated Oct 20, 2018 at 11:36 pm PST

BURNABY (NEWS 1130) – Mike Hurley has been elected as Burnaby’s new mayor defeating long-time incumbent Derek Corrigan.

Preliminary results show Hurley winning with 53.24 per cent of the vote. Corrigan came in second with 41.23 per cent, while Helen Chang and Sylvia Gung 4.42 and 1.11 respectively.

He says his first priorities are allowances for laneway housing, creating a housing task force, development of moratorium in Metrotown and initiatives like CT scanners.

“I will get to work immediately,” Hurley told supporters.”Tonight I say thank you, thanks to you and to the voters of Burnaby who put their trust in me.”

Councillors:

  • Dan Johnston – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Pietro Calendino – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Sav Dhaliwal – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Colleen Jordan – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • James Wang – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Pail McDonell – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Nick Volkow – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Joe Keithley – Burnaby Green Party

 

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School Trustees:

  • Ryan Stewart – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Larry Hayes – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Gary Wong – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Bill Brassington – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Peter Cech – Burnaby Citizens Association
  • Christine Cunningham – Burnaby Green Party
  • Jen Yang Mezei – Burnaby Citizens Association

 

With files form Lasia Kretzel