Incumbents hold seats according to unofficial results

Town of Golden: Hambruch, Barlow and Moss all kept their place in council for another four years.

Incumbents Connie Barlow, Chris Hambruch and Caleb Moss kept their seats on Council for another four years and will be joined by newcomers Eddie Leigan, Bruce Fairley and Caleb Moss.

The final tally came down to the wire, as Fairley nudged past Lori Baxendale as the final votes came in just after 3:00 a.m.

Unofficial results:

1. Connie Barlow 835

2. Eddie Leigan 806

3. Chris Hambruch 802

4. Leslie Adams 751

5. Caleb Moss 626

6. Bruce Fairley 597

7. Lori Baxendale 584

8. Andrew Commons 477

9. Janet Crandall 396

10. Bob Munro 265

11. Jim de Bolebec 173

12. Serge Lamarche 84

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