The votes have been counted and The Reminder can confirm Flin Flon's next mayor and council.
George Fontaine will be Flin Flon's next mayor and five of the six spots on council will be occupied by new faces.
According to results obtained by The Reminder from City election officials, Fontaine won the mayor's chair, receiving 551 votes. Councillor Tim Babcock finished second with 423 votes - Leslie Beck got 340 votes.
Fontaine is familiar with council chambers, including the City's top seat - he has served on council in the past and held the mayor's post from 2010 until 2014, when now-former mayor Cal Huntley beat him by only four votes. Huntley did not run for reelection this year.
The next edition of city council will be made up of Steve Lytwyn - who received 1,033 votes, the most of any candidate running - as well as Alison Dallas-Funk (952 votes), Mike Slipp (938 votes), Bill Hanson (781 votes), Judy Eagle (763 votes) and Heather Richardson (748 votes). Three candidates for council seats, Roger Siemens (577 votes), Vair Ellison (562 votes) and Ted Highfield (373 votes) did not make the cut for the six seats on city council.
Out of the six elected councillors, only Hanson is an incumbent. None of the remaining five councillors have ever served on city council before. Two former councillors, Babcock and Beck, chose to run in the mayor's race, while three other councillors - Colleen Arnold, Karen MacKinnon and Ken Pawlachuk - did not stand for reelection.
Turnout statistics show that 1,322 people cast ballots in the election, out of a possible pool of 4,176 people - 32 per cent, less than one third, of all eligible voters took part.
The new city council will be sworn in for their first meeting at City Hall Nov. 1.