Richard Harry elected Homalco chief on the weekend

Voters chose from 10 candidates for four council positions

Chief Richard Harry has been re-elected by the Homalco First Nation.

Harry garnered 125 votes while his challenger Andy Paul Sr. had 69 votes.

Mary-Ann Enevoldsen received the most votes among councillors with 99 while Darren Blaney was a close second, elected with 91 votes.

Bill Blaney was elected to council with 78 votes and Alison Trenholm was re-elected with 75 votes.

A total of 198 ballots were cast in Saturday’s election. There were four spoiled ballots for chief and two for councillors.

Larry Hanson – 22 votes

Denise Harry – 36

Robert Harry Sr. – 55

Dorothy Paul – 59

Ella Paul – 30

Lisa Paul – 26

Lloyd Paul – 45

Todd Peacey – 34

Bonnie Wilson – 54

Tiffany Wilson – 41

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