Last stand for election signs; following provincial election, candidate signs won’t be allowed for duration of campaign

The electoral landscape is about to change in the City of Selkirk in a very obvious way – candidate signs will no longer be allowed to be placed on boulevards and left there for the duration of the campaign. Selkirk Chief Administrative Officer Duane Nicol said previous councils looked at both by-laws and interpreted the…

Three billboards and 7 issues – City raises resident’s concerns ahead of the Sept. 10 provincial election

There’s a provincial election happening Sept. 10 and in an effort to make sure Selkirk voters keep their hometown front of mind when they hit the polling stations, the city is taking the unprecedented step of encouraging citizens to raise important community issues with local candidates and reminding voters what’s at stake when they cast…