Administrative Monetary Penalties Posted Online

May 15, 2024

VICTORIAElections BC has issued 14 administrative monetary penalties and posted them on the Elections BC website. View the details here.

EventSubjectJurisdictionSubject TypePenalty amountReason for penaltyDocuments
2022 General Local ElectionsJim PalmPowell RiverCandidate$2,850 (total of eight penalties)Accepting prohibited contributions / failing to return prohibited contributionsLetter to subject
2023 Salt Spring Island Local Community Commission ElectionJennifer KerriganCapital Regional DistrictCandidate$125Accepting a prohibited contributionLetter to subject
Financial agent for Lloyd Cudmore$125Accepting a prohibited contribution
Financial agent for Donald Marcotte$125Accepting a prohibited contribution
Financial agent for Jamie Harris$125Accepting a prohibited contribution
2022 General Local ElectionsEric WoodwardTownship of LangleyFinancial agent for Contract with Langley Association$300Accepting a prohibited contributionLetter to subject
2022 General Local ElectionsChristopher WilsonVancouverFinancial agent for Civic Non-Partisan Association (NPA)$600Sponsoring election advertising without an authorization statementLetter to subject

The penalties issued to Eric Woodward and Christopher Wilson conclude the investigations into the elector organizations Contract with Langley Association and the Civic Non-partisan Association (NPA) that Elections BC announced on April 11.



Andrew Watson
Senior Director, Communications
Elections BC
Phone: 250-387-1709

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