Chalifour declared in Catholic rural subdivision

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On Tuesday morning a winner was declared in the Prince Albert Catholic School Division’s rural subdivision with incumbent Maurice Chalifour winning another term as a trustee on the school board.

Chalifour received 36 votes and challenger Darlene Slater received eight votes in Monday’s trustee eletion.

As far as the in-city results went, Catholic Division incumbent chair Suzanne Stubbs led the way with 1,533 votes, placing second was Andrea Ring with 1,260 votes. In third place was incumbent Patrick Hordyski with 1,036 votes and in fourth place was new face Chrissy Halliday with 1,036 votes. Placing fifth was incumbent Albert Provost with 1,006 votes. Earning the final of six trustee positions was newcomer Darryl Sande with 804 votes.

Michael Oleksyn, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Prince Albert Daily Herald