Tuesday, August 30, 2005


So far Burnaby Politics has been able to idenfity the following people as TEAM Burnaby Voters Association candidates:


  • Andrew Stewart (acclaimed)

City Council (there are either 13 or 14 candidates for eight spots)

  • Gary Begin (as quoted in a recent Newsleader)

  • Lee Rankin (incumbent)

  • Barb Spitz (who is sending around letters requesting support)

School Board (there are at least five candidates but one TEAM candidate says School Trustee nominations will be contested)

  • Deborah Christie (incumbent)

Feel free to add names to the list in the comments section.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hear 2002 TEAM candidate Ron Churchill and TEAM executive member Gary Eyre are after council spots.

8/30/2005 6:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ron Churchill? Eeewww. Who the hell
would vote for him? I'd go for Nick Volkow over Churchill anyday.

Churchill is all over the map. He
was a Conservative but was paid to
help in the federal Liberal campaign in one of the Surrey ridings in 2004.

Don't waste your vote with that guy.

8/30/2005 8:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trudy Gordon
Cathy Cena
Helen Chang
Richard Lee??
I cant think of the others

for school Board

Barb Spitz
Garth Evans
Gary Gary and Gary there are 3 Bizzo, Eyre and Begin
Lee Rankin of course
Rob Weston
Mark Hilford, he's awesome
Jeffrey Chiu
Surjit Parmar
Tom Tao
Ron Churchill

running for council

9/01/2005 9:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TEAM's policy meeting is 9/10. Hope 4 days later nominees will agree with what the party wants them to run on.

9/02/2005 10:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That policy meeting is for education related issues only.

9/05/2005 6:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seems from what went on that that Team Burnaby Education policy meeting, someone with the initials GBF could use some remedial education on decorum and deportment. Not as bad as Parmar's BC Liberal Bby Edmonds 9-1-1 AGM meeting but almost got there. Ears are still ringing from the loud yelling.

9/11/2005 5:13 PM  

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