View Royal mayor Graham Hill celebrates his victory in the municipal election. He is entering his fourth term as mayor of View Royal.

West Shore election results

Election results for Langford, Colwood, Metchosin and View Royal.

Results from the 2011 municipal election:

 

View Royal

Voter turnout: 28 per cent

View Royal mayor candidate/votes:

Graham Hill – 1,078 (elected)

Barb Fetherstonhaugh – 453

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View Royal council candidates/votes:

Heidi Rast – 1,355

John Rogers – 1,282

David Screech – 1,192

Ron Mattison – 1,013

Not Elected:

Brian Watters – 786

Frank Rudge – 784

 

Langford

Voter turnout: 14 per cent

Langford mayor candidates/votes:

Stewart Young – 2,319 (elected)

Chris Johnson – 507

Langord council candidates/votes:

Lilian Szpak – 1,936

Denise Blackwell – 1,960

Winnie Sifert – 1,833

Lanny Seaton – 1,831

Matthew Sahlstrom – 1,680

Roger Wade – 1,640

Not elected:

Grant McLachlan – 1,219

Sean Horgan – 1,019

 

Colwood

Voter turnout: 27 per cent

Colwood mayor candidates/votes:

Carol Hamilton – 1,412 (elected)

Brian Tucknott – 1,042

Jason Nault – 621

Colwood council candidates/votes:

Shari Lukens – 1,881

Gordie Logan – 1,701

Cynthia Day – 1,651

Rob Martin – 1,645

Judith Cullington – 1,629

Teresa Harvey – 1,490

Not elected:

Rick McKay – 1,368

Bill Wagner – 1,322

Ernie Robertson – 1,245

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Metchosin

Voter turnout: 48 per cent.

Metchosin mayor candidates/votes:

John Ranns – 1,522 (elected)

Ed Cooper – 408

Metchosin council candidates/votes:

Larry Tremblay – 1,242

Bob Gramigna – 1,232

Jo Mitchell – 1,090

Moralea Milne – 1,050

Not elected:

Kyara Kahakauwila – 921

Karen Watson – 559

Terry Wilson – 343

Dani Horgan – 176

Referendum:

“Are you in favour of allowing detached secondary suites?”

Yes – 968

No – 887

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