A couple of local candidates are taking their election cam-paigns on the road - albeit in dramatically different vehicles.
Incumbent councillor Jaimie McEvoy decided against putting signs on cars, as some candidates have done. Instead, the chair of the city's environment committee is using a bicycle to get his name out into the community.
"I wanted to have a low environmental impact in the campaign," he said in a press release. "It just didn't make sense to me to be putting forward an environmental agenda and then having signs driving around on cars for a month. So, I opted for a bicycle."
McEvoy says his campaign is sending out a message about protecting the environment and supporting cyclists and pedestrians. He noted that one of the most common comments he's hearing on the doorsteps is "Yeah, I saw your bike guy."
Mayoral candidate James Crosty has opted to go big for his mobile campaign. He's taken his message to the streets in a motor home that's more than 40 feet in length.
"It's the Crosty HQ road show," said Paul Thompson, Crosty's communications spokesperson. "A lot of people can't make it to the office."
The road show visited Queensborough locations during the Remembrance Day long weekend.
"We do these things with a sense of humour. We also know a lot of people can't get to our office," Thompson said. "You have made it convenient for them to engage."
"We are running a very austere campaign," Thompson said.
"This is his brother's country coach from Edmonton. He drove all the way through the storm on the Coquihalla."