Elections

ELECTION RESULTS


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Appendix C
Form CC
[Clause 139(1)(b) of the Act]
Declaration of Results

Councillor: Rural Municipality of Vanscoy No. 345
Division 4 for the election held on the 9th day of November, 2022.


Names of Candidates     /    Number of Votes or Acclamation/Elected:

LINKLATER, Michelle                     26
LITTLE, Brandon 46

Number of rejected ballots, except those on which no vote was made:.....0
*Number of ballots counted but objected to:.............................72
Spoiled: (Damaged/Filled Out Incorrectly)...............................0
Total number of voters who voted as indicated on Form Z.................72

I declare that this is an accurate statement of the votes cast for the office of Councillor for Rural Municipality of Vanscoy No. 345

Dated this 10th day of November, 2022.
Leanne Mack, Administrator
RM of Vanscoy No. 345




Appendix C
Form CC
[Clause 139(1)(b) of the Act]
Declaration of Results

Councillor: Rural Municipality of Vanscoy No. 345
Division 2 for the election held on the 9th day of November, 2022.


Names of Candidates     /    Number of Votes or Acclamation/Elected:

COLBORN, Jeff                     20
EDEL, Brenda 15
ELDER, Joe 1

Number of rejected ballots, except those on which no vote was made: 0
*Number of ballots counted but objected to: 36
Spoiled: (Damaged/Filled Out Incorrectly) 0
Total number of voters who voted as indicated on Form Z 36

I declare that this is an accurate statement of the votes cast for the office of Councillor for Rural Municipality of Vanscoy No. 345

Dated this 10th day of November, 2022.
Leanne Mack, Administrator
RM of Vanscoy No. 345




Who Is Eligible to Vote in a Rural Municipality?

In a Rural Municipality, to be eligible to vote in a municipal election a voter must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be a Canadian Citizen
  • Meet One of the Following Criteria:
  • A resident of the the Rural Municipality you are voting in for at least three consecutive months immediately preceding the day of election.

If you are not a resident within the RM, you are eligible to vote if you are:

  • The registered owner (or purchaser under a bona fide agreement for sale) of land within the rural municipality;
  • Assessed with respect to land in the rural municipality under a lease, license, permit, or contract in agreement with the registered owner;
  • Assessed with respect to an improvement within the rural municipality;
  • A spouse of a person mentioned in any of the above;
  • The Chief Executive Officer of a duly incorporated corporation, co-operative, or religious association that is assessed property in the municipality.

When Voting for Division Councilors, residents of the RM vote in the Division in which they reside, regardless of how many divisions they own land in. If you own assessed property in more than one Division, but do not live within the RM, you are eligible to vote in the division where you have the highest total of assessed land. Voters may only vote once in a municipality, but a person who is eligible to vote in more than one municipality may do so. (Landowners who own land in a personal name as well as corporation name can only vote once). Please contact the municipal office with any questions regarding voter eligibility

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The municipality contains the communities of Vanscoy, Delisle, Asquith, Pike Lake Provincial Park, as well as four hamlets: Dunfermline, Grandora, Pippin and one situated in SE 6-34-6 W3

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Email: rm345@sasktel.net
Phone: 306-668-2060
Fax: 306-668-1338

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Sgt. Jason Mochoruk 306-668-2166

Street Address

300 Main Street
Vanscoy, SK

Mailing Address

Box 187
Vanscoy, SK S0L 3J0

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