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le Mardi 25 octobre 2022 4:03 Tribune-Express (Hawkesbury)

Two newcomers on Champlain Township council

Ginette Clément and Paul Burrough are two new councillors for Champlain Township after winning their Ward 3 seats in the October 24 election, while Peter Barton and Paul Émile Duval won their election campaigns in Ward 1.  — file photo
Ginette Clément and Paul Burrough are two new councillors for Champlain Township after winning their Ward 3 seats in the October 24 election, while Peter Barton and Paul Émile Duval won their election campaigns in Ward 1.
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Two newcomers, Ginette Clément and Paul Burroughs, won their election race in Ward 3 after defeating rival newcomers Serge Ravary and Éric Boivin.

Sitting councillor Peter Barton won his election race in Ward 1 alongside ex-councillor and 2018 mayoral candidate Paul Emile Duval, surpassing newcomer Denis Welden. All newly-elected councillors will be taking their seats on Champlain Township council in November.

Norman Riopel retains the title of mayor after winning by acclamation, alongside councillors Michel Lalonde and André Roy in Ward 2, and Sarah Bigelow and Gerry Minor in Ward 4.

Sergine Rachelle Bouchard wins race for le Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’est ontarien ahead of André Bonneau.

Corina Parisen, Sue Wilson and Gilles Fournier were elected by acclamation as trustees of the Upper Canada District School Board, the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontaro and le Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario respectively.

The results will be certified by the township clerk’s office on October 25.