The Village of Fraser Lake Mayor and Council


Councillor Audrey Fennema, Councillor Joe Jenkinson, Mayor Sarrah Storey,

Councillor Kim Watt-Senner and Councillor Craig LePoidevin



Mayor Sarrah Storey

In 2006 I made the Village of Fraser Lake my home. I lived in Prince George for 26 years and thoroughly enjoy the outdoors, as an avid outdoors woman who loves hunting, fishing and rock collecting, making the move to Fraser Lake to be near family and a better way of life was ideal. Previously I worked for Winton Global Homes and the Bank of Montreal before the move to Fraser Lake where my husband worked at Endako Mine for 9 years before the closure. I worked briefly at West Fraser Sawmills before working for the District of Vanderhoof as the Manager of Recreation. In 2010 we started a family and are proud parents of two young boys. 


In my work life I am employed as the Community Adult Literacy Program Coordinator through CNC and the Better at Home Program Coordinator through the United Way of the Lower Mainland and have a background in Business and Marketing. I believe in supporting activities that provide opportunities for social development, wellness and mental health.  I am also an active volunteer and look forward to my continued involvement in the coordination of community events and activities.  I believe it takes doing more than your share to make a community healthy, vibrant and strong.


I have served on the Village of Fraser Lake Council since 2015.  In November of 2018 I was elected Mayor of the Village of Fraser Lake.  I also serve as the 2nd Vice president of the North Central Local Government Association.  My goal for the next four years is to make our community a vibrant and sustainable community for future generations. I am on the front lines every day, listening and supporting everyone from youth to seniors. My long- term priorities are to construct a community hall and a northern recycling plant to create jobs and protect the environment.  I am enthused and energized to serve the residents of Fraser Lake.  I am available most days to meet and discuss all aspects of living in Fraser Lake.  Please call or email me to arrange an appointment.

Phone: 250-699-1681


Councillor Craig LePoidevin

I was born and raised in Fraser Lake.  I’m married and have two children.  Throughout my working career, I’ve worked at Endako Mines, Yellowhead Road and Bridge and as a small business owner.  I understand through experience the challenges of being the operator of a small business in Fraser Lake. Fraser Lake is my home.  I enjoy my family-oriented lifestyle.  As a family, we camp, fish, hunt, and play hockey.  I am also involved in coaching hockey. I care about the success of this community and am very happy to be able to serve the community as a member of Village Council.

Councillor Joe Jenkinson

I have been a resident of Fraser Lake for 25 years; moving to Fraser Lake from Granisle in 1993.  I was born in Lindsay, Ontario and spent my younger years in Fenelon Falls, Ontario.   My family and I moved to Granisle in the early eighties.  We fell in love with British Columbia.    I am married.  My wife Jody and I have raised three children in Fraser Lake.

I have been employed at Endako mine for the past 25 years.  I have worked through all aspects of mill operations, maintenance and safety.  I am currently employed at Endako Mine as the Mine Superintendent.  I have also been employed through the B.C. Ambulance Service as a primary care paramedic; serving the residents of Fraser Lake, Granisle and Burns Lake.

When I am not working, I enjoy fishing, hunting, curling and flying remote control aircraft.    My wife and I plan to eventually retire in Fraser Lake.  I look forward to serving the public of Fraser Lake over the next four years.



Councillor Audrey Fennema

My husband John and I have lived in Fraser Lake since 2004.  Work brought us to this community; however, the quality of life prompted our decision to make Fraser Lake our permanent home.  I was born in Vancouver, B.C. and raised in Cloverdale and North Delta, B.C.   I`ve experienced life in Kamloops, Dawson Creek and Surrey, B.C.  and have seen how other communities function and provide service.

I am the Chief Librarian at the Fraser Lake Public Library.  I believe in life long learning and have attended many seminars, conferences and more through the Northern Lights College in Dawson Creek and Simon Fraser University. 

I am honored to have been elected as one of your Village Councillors. As a resident, parent and grandparent, I understand the importance of developing a community that is viable and healthy.  I look forward to continuing the efforts to make Fraser Lake the best community possible.  Like you, I choose to live here and am committed to this community. 


Councillor Jolene Webb







Village of Fraser Lake

Municipal Office Hours & Location
Weekdays 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Closed Statutory Holidays)

PO Box 430, 210 Carrier Cres.
Fraser Lake, British Columbia V0J 1S0

Phone 250-699-6257
Fax 250-699-6469
Email Village Office

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