Kitigan Zibi Anishinābeg voters have brought back Dylan Whiteduck as chief.
Whiteduck was elected this past weekend for a second two-year term as chief of the council for the Algonquin community north of Ottawa-Gatineau.
His pitch to voters included investing in land in Algonquin territory, more options to learn Algonquin, working toward a new community sports centre and electoral reform to, among other things, move to a three-year council term.
Frankie Cote came second in the race for chief, but won a spot back on council. He said he was nominated for both positions.
Former chief Jean-Guy Whiteduck also won a spot on the six-person council, along with newcomers Alice Beaudoin, a photographer, and social services worker Natasha Mitchell.
According to electoral officer Tina Dewache, the full council is as follows:
Alice Beaudoin, elected with 333 votes.
Frankie Cote, elected with 349 votes.
Frank Meness, elected with 375 votes.
Tash Mitchell, elected with 335 votes.
Doug Odjick, elected with 429 votes.
Jean-Guy Whiteduck, elected with 382 votes.