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2021 Lac La Biche County Election Coverage

Lifelong ward 2 resident Kevin Andrew Paré wins a seat on Lac La Biche County council

Lifelong ward 2 resident Kevin Andrew Paré wins a seat on Lac La Biche County council

One of the new faces on Lac La Biche County council excited for role
Third-place mayoral candidate George L'Heureux remains optimistic

Third-place mayoral candidate George L'Heureux remains optimistic

L'Heureux says he will continue on local boards and committees
Second place mayoral candidate thanks Lac La Biche County

Second place mayoral candidate thanks Lac La Biche County

According to the unofficial 2021 Lac La Biche County results released just after 9 pm, mayoral candidate Arlene Hrynyk came in second place with 815 of the 3,263 votes cast—with mayoral-elect Paul Reutov receiving 1065 votes.
Lac La Biche County's Mayor is... Paul Reutov

Lac La Biche County's Mayor is... Paul Reutov

Unofficial results have Reutov as mayor with significant advantage
Democratic lineup

Democratic lineup

Dozens of Lac La Biche County voters lined the Bold Center hallway on Monday night just after 7pm waiting to enter the polling station for the 2021 municipal vote.
Numbers from 2021 Lac La Biche County election compared to 2017

Numbers from 2021 Lac La Biche County election compared to 2017

The 2013 Lac La Biche County election saw just 37 per cent of eligible voters cast ballots. The 2017 vote drew just over 50 per cent of the estimated 7,800 eligible voters.
And then there were three...now four

And then there were three...now four

Long-serving school board chair Arlene Hrynyk puts her name with Reutov, L'Heureux and Moghrabi for mayor's race
Election sign placement changes for Lac La Biche County

Election sign placement changes for Lac La Biche County

A new bylaw affecting where elections sign can be placed comes into effect before the Oct. 18 municipal election.