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MUNICIPAL ELECTED OFFICIALS - ACCLAIMED VS ELECTED

PROVINCE/TERRITORY TOTAL NUMBER OFFICIALS ELECTED TOTAL % OF ELECTED ACCLAIMED TOTAL % OF ACCLAIMED YEAR OF ELECTION
Alberta 1,923 1,191 66 732 38 2007
British Columbia 1,016 939 92 77 8 2008
Manitoba 1,179 710 60 469 40 2006
New Brunswick 1,252 936 75 316 25 2008
Newfoundland and Labrador 1,758 1,166 66 592 34 2009
Northwest Territories Cities, Towns and Villages:
62

Hamlets and Settlements:
46

40


40

65


87

22


6

35


13

2006


2008
Nova Scotia 438 333 76 105 24 2008
Nunavut 67 43 64 24 36 2003
Ontario 2,866 2,345 81 521 9 2006
Prince Edward Island 421 129 31 292 69 2006
Québec 8,010 3,478 44 4,532 56 2009
Saskatchewan 3,671 1,400 38 2,271 62 2006*
Yukon 57 40 70 17 30 2006
  * In Saskatchewan Rural Municipalities go to the poll every year. In even numbered years (such as 2006), councillors and reeves for odd numbered divisions go to the polls. In odd numbered years, councillors and reeves in even numbered divisions go to the polls. So, for 2006, when it says 3,671 officials were elected, this would not be every single position in Saskatchewan, but only those of Resort Villages, Villages, Towns, Cities, and the odd numbered Rural Municipalities.

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