Tuesday, February 19, 2019

The Comox Valley Conservation Strategy Community Partnership recently sent a questionairre to all candidates.  Here are the responses from Cumberland Candidates.

Conner Copeman, Scot Easterbrook, Leona Castle and Eric Kozak chose not to respond to the request to complete the questionnaire. We were unable to make email contact with Leslie Baird and Bruce Barnes.

Elections 2011 - Election Information

Why Vote?

Municipal elections might be small, but they are vital.  In many ways, your vote counts more here than in any other election, this is where you can directly influence what happens in your own back yard.  If you don't use your vote, you haven't used your voice and have to take responsibility for whatever government we get.

Can I Vote?

If you live in the village, are a Canadian citizen and are over 18, you can vote.  The rules are slightly more detailed, check here for the full information.

You can also vote if you own property here, even if you don't live in the village.  Here's the details on that.

Where do you vote, and when?

In November, you have three chances to make your mark, all of these at the Village Office

  • Wednesday 9th: 8am to 8pm
  • Saturday 12th: 11am to 7pm
  • Saturday 19th: 8am to 8pm

For patients at the Cumberland Health Care Centre, you can also vote on Wednesday 16th, 2pm to 4pm.

Elections 2011 - Election Information

This is a detailed guide for candidates with lots of information about the elections process and reporting requirements.

Elections 2011 - Election Information

This is a detailed guide for those working on campaigns or supporting candidates.

Elections 2011 - Election Information

This is the Village financial plan including high level income and expenditure projections for the next 4 years.

Elections 2011 - Election Information