(City of Delta photo)

Want to be Delta mayor for a day?

Grade 5 to 7 students have until May 15 to apply to be Delta’s mayor for a day

Mayor George Harvie is giving local elementary school students the chance to experience what it’s like to be in charge of the city.

Announced last week, Delta’s new Mayor for a Day contest gives students in Grades 5 to 7 the unique opportunity to get involved in local government and spend time with Mayor Harvie, according to press release. Interested students can fill in an application form (available online at delta.ca) and submit it by email to mayorharvie@delta.ca by May 15.

Once the contest winners have been selected, the Mayor’s Office will contact them to schedule their Mayor for a Day experience, which will include a courtesy shuttle pick up at their school, lunch with the mayor and a tour of his office, where they will learn more about the community they live in.



editor@northdeltareporter.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Just Posted

Mistrial declared in Jamie Bacon murder plot trial

Bacon was on trial for counselling to commit the murder of Person X

South Surrey senior says violent bike crash was a ‘blessing in disguise’

Six people stopped to help Dave Rogers after he crashed his bike and broke his collarbone

White Rock students deliver donation to low-income families

Seniors, kids and more to benefit from Peace Arch Elementary students’ efforts

City of White Rock tells residents to keep distance from pier project

Residents and tourists are asked to stay at least 100 metres away from barge

Public hearing planned for Campbell Heights development

Project to see the removal of more than 500 trees

Police say it’s “impressive” no arrests were made after Raptors celebrations

Toronto will play the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors next

Semis catch fire at wrecker off Highway 1 in west Abbotsford

Crews called to scene at around 2 p.m., finding up to six semis that had caught fire at the wrecker

Social media giants in hot seat as politicians consider regulations in Ottawa

Committee members will also grill representatives from Facebook, Twitter

Wildfire crews watching for dangerous wind shift in High Level, Alta.

The Chuckegg Creek fire is raging out of control about three kilometres southwest of the town

UN urges Canada to take more vulnerable Mexican migrants from Central America

The request comes as the United States takes a harder line on its Mexican border

B.C. VIEWS: Money-laundering melodrama made for TV

Public inquiry staged to point fingers before 2021 election

Canadian homebuyers escaping high housing costs by moving to secondary cities

In British Columbia, exurbs have grown in the Hope Valley and Kamloops

Feds lay out proposed new rules for voice, video recorders in locomotives

Transport Canada wants to limit use of recorders to if a crew’s actions led to a crash

Most Read