Wally Webber has been elected to his second term as chief of the Nuxalk Nation

Wally Webber elected to second term as Chief of the Nuxalk Nation

Wally Webber elected to second term as Chief of the Nuxalk Nation

  • Mar. 26, 2015 6:00 a.m.

Nuxalk Nation members went to the polls last week and elected Wally Webber to his second term as Chief of the Nuxalk Nation.

There were five people running for chief: Andrew Andy (121), Theresa Hood (29) John Schooner (78), Wally Webber (226) and Monica Wolgien (31).

There were 33 people running for 12 councillor positions and those elected are: Darlene Hall (239), Marshall Hans Jr. (203), Blair Mack (210), James Mack Sr. (278), Mary Mack (193), Megan Moody (211), Kenneth Morton (227), Rhonda Morton (222), Jimmy Nelson Jr. (232), Ian Pootlass (194), Jamie Schooner (188), and Samuel Schooner (182).

The new Chief and Council’s two-year term began on Friday, March 13

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