Other election results from across district


In the Township of Chapple, incumbent councillor Rick Neilson beat Murray Gerula 13-6 for the Ward 4 seat.
Reeve Peter Van Heyst was acclaimed for another term.
Newcomer Ken Wilson also was acclaimed as councillor for Ward 1, replacing Mark Hyatt, while Rilla Race and James Gibson were acclaimed for councillors in Ward 2 and 3, respectively.
Dawson Township saw Eltjo Wiersema acclaimed as its new reeve, but needed an election for council.
Newcomer Brenda Jodoin (143) will join incumbents Aime Desaulniers (116), Bennett Drennan (114), and Archie Wiersema (102).
In Lake of the Woods Township, Val Pizey was re-elected as mayor with 254 votes, defeating opponent Gerald Fisk (111).
Incumbent councillor Colleen Fadden (203) will be joined by newcomers Glenn Anderson (184) and Bill Lundgren (181) while the fourth seat ended in a tie between incumbents Nancy Gate and JoAnn Moen, forcing a recount (this is to be resolved later this week).
In Rainy River, incumbent Debbie Ewald was acclaimed as mayor. After Monday night, she will be joined on council by newcomers Larry Armstrong (171) and Ashley Stamler (153), along with incumbents Brent Anderson (143) and Gordon Armstrong (128).
In Atikokan, Dennis Brown will return for another term as mayor after handily defeating challenger Robert Davidson 867-215 on Monday.
He will be joined by councillors Gerald Duhamel (841), Gilbert (Bud) Dickson (744), Robert (Bob) Gosselin (741), Mary Makarenko (728), Marjorie (Marj) Lambkin (718), and Marlene Davidson (638).
Here in Fort Frances, the incumbent council was acclaimed.
Returning for another four-year term is Mayor Roy Avis and Couns. John Albanese, Andrew Hallikas, Ken Perry, Paul Ryan, Sharon Tibbs, and Rick Wiedenhoeft.
Alberton council also was acclaimed for another four-year term. Mike Hammond is back as reeve, along with Couns. Barb Cournoyer, Mike Ford, Doug Mitchell, and Peter Spuzak.
In Morley Township, all the councillors were acclaimed, including incumbents George Heyens, Maury Nielson, and Bill Romyn, and newcomer Moe Henry.
Since no one filed to run for reeve, the new council will determine who the head of council will be in December.