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November 16, 2022 at 4:57 pm  BC, News, Politics, Provincial

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Vancouver and Lower Mainland:

  • City of Abbotsford – $106,161
  • City of Burnaby – $618,632
  • City of Chilliwack – $31,814
  • City of Coquitlam – $392,439
  • City of Delta – $37,621
  • City of Maple Ridge – $861,366
  • City of New Westminster – $220,222
  • City of North Vancouver – $84,725
  • City of Port Coquitlam – $783,395
  • City of Powell River – $48,323
  • City of Richmond – $4,637
  • City of Surrey – $679,393
  • City of Vancouver – $2,661,407
  • District of Hope – $14,222

Vancouver Island:

  • City of Campbell River – $115,337
  • City of Courtenay – $42,409
  • City of Nanaimo – $725,426
  • City of Port Alberni – $57,498
  • City of Victoria – $3,791,980       
  • District of North Saanich – $8,322
  • District of Saanich – $420,294
  • Village of Zeballos – $7,062

Interior:

  • City of Castlegar – $30,871
  • City of Cranbrook – $54,775
  • City of Kamloops – $1,465,335
  • City of Kelowna – $358,128
  • City of Merritt – $32,904
  • City of Nelson – $199,955
  • City of Penticton – $119,855
  • City of Revelstoke – $28,644
  • City of Rossland – $22,399
  • City of Salmon Arm – $17,589
  • City of Vernon – $140,178
  • City of Williams Lake – $117,060
  • District of 100 Mile House – $20,861
  • District of Invermere – $11,162
  • District of Wells – $2,794
  • City of Quesnel – $85,726
  • Town of Oliver – $6,785
  • Village of Lumby – $4,731
  • Village of Nakusp – $7,754

North:

  • City of Dawson Creek – $154,569
  • City of Fort St. John – $157,538
  • City of Prince George – $2,020,710
  • City of Prince Rupert – $44,917
  • City of Terrace – $179,469
  • District of Fort St. James – $40,871
  • District of Mackenzie – $1,348
  • District of Stewart – $2,959
  • Northern Rockies Regional Municipality – $23,701
  • Town of Smithers – $159,364
  • Village of Burns Lake – $7,971
  • Village of Hazelton – $19,182
  • Village of Masset – $12,713
  • Village of Queen Charlotte – $8,282

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