Barb Desjardins

Barb Desjardins re-elected CRD boss

Desjardins has served on the CRD board since 2009. She was first elected Esquimalt mayor in 2008

  • Nov. 9, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Barb Desjardins has been re-elected chair of the Capital Regional District.

Desjardins has served on the CRD board since 2009. She was first elected Esquimalt mayor in 2008

Southern Gulf Islands Electoral Area director David Howe was re-elected for a third year as vice-chair. Howe was first elected to the CRD board in 2012.

Victoria director Marianne Alto was elected chair of the Capital Regional Health District.

The CRD and CRHD boards share the same directors and officers.

Chairs are elected every year.

 

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