Does one vote make a difference in the general local election? I analyzed voting data from the 2018 election and here’s my findings.
An overview on where to vote in the upcoming 2922 general local election.
August 31, 2022 Prince George, BC – Today, City of Prince George incumbent Cori Ramsay announced her intentions to seek re-election for the position of councillor in the 2022 municipal election. First elected in 2018, Ramsay has served the community as a strong advocate and collaborative leader for the last four years. Over the course…
There is no greater week than that of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) convention to demonstrate what it’s like to be a local government elected official. From Minister meetings, to convention plenaries, to networking, here’s my blog covering a week in the life of an elected official. Minister Meetings Minister meetings are basically…
Councillor Cori Ramsay writes on the importance of a housing needs assessment and shares her experience calculating the living wage housing data.
Councillor Cori Ramsay shares some thoughts on opposing the safe streets bylaw recently passed by City of Prince George Council.
As a first term councillor in the City of Prince George, Councillor Cori Ramsay writes about some of her learnings over the past three years.
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