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Municipal election 2021: Village of Glendon's unofficial results

The unofficial results of Monday's municipal election for the Village of Glendon have been released. 
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The Village of Glendon council approved their 2020 interim budgets. File photo.

GLENDON – Ballots from the Village of Glendon 2021 municipal election have been counted.  

Receiving the most votes for a spot on council was Daryn Galatiuk with 99 votes, followed by Lorie Czuroski who garnished 89 votes and incumbent councillor and deputy mayor, Nicholas Werstiuk with 57 votes. 

The Village of Glendon council will likely consists of Daryn Galatiuk, Lorie Kay Czuroski and Nicholas Werstiuk. 

Not maintaining his seat on council is Roger Belknap, who only garnished 33 votes. Candiate Tanya Krywiak received 48 votes and Dallas Fewchuk received 43. 

In total, 158 residents turnout to vote in the Village of Glendon's 2021 municipal election, casting 369 votes.

The mayor and deputy mayor will be determined through a vote at the first Village of Glendon council meeting following the election. 

This article was updated to reflect that 158 residents voted in the Village of Glendon's municipal election on Oct. 18, not 369 which was previously reported.

Jazmin Tremblay

About the Author: Jazmin Tremblay

Jazmin completed a minor in journalism at Hanze University in the Netherlands and completed her Communication Studies degree from MacEwan University with a major in journalism.
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