1990 Vancouver municipal election

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The City of Vancouver, Canada, held municipal elections in Canada on November 17, 1990. Canadians citizens who were over 18 years of age at the time of the vote, and had been a resident of Vancouver for the previous 30 days and a resident of B.C. for the previous six months, were able to vote for candidates in four races that were presented on one ballot. In addition, Canadian citizen non-resident property owners were eligible to vote.

The following candidates were elected for a three-year term:

  • Mayor - Gordon Campbell (Non-Partisan Association)
  • Councillors
    • Don Bellamy (NPA)
    • Tung Chan (NPA)
    • Libby Davies (Coalition of Progressive Electors)
    • Bruce Eriksen (COPE)
    • Philip Owen (NPA)
    • Gordon Price (NPA)
    • George Puil (NPA)
    • Harry Rankin (COPE)
    • Patricia Wilson (COPE)
    • Bruce Yorke (COPE) (resigned in 1992, replaced through a byelection by Lynne Kennedy (NPA))
  • School Trustees
    • Anne Beer (New Democratic Party)
    • William Brown (NPA)
    • Bill Bruneau (NDP)
    • John Cheng (NPA)
    • Kenneth Denike (NPA)
    • Craig Hemer (NPA)
    • Ruth Herman (COPE)
    • Ian Kelsey (NPA)
    • Gary Onstad (COPE)
  • Park Commissioners
    • Malcolm Ashford (NPA)
    • Nancy Chiavario (NPA)
    • Dermot Foley (COPE)
    • Tim Louis (COPE)
    • Jean Porteous (NPA)
    • Gerry Thorne (NDP)
    • George Wainborn (NPA)


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