Election Results


Congratulations to all individuals who put their name forward. City Council for the 2021-2025 term will be sworn into office on October 12.
 
Mayor                        
Danny Breen (acclaimed)

 
Deputy Mayor         
Sheilagh O’Leary (acclaimed)

 
Ward 1                      
Jill Bruce – 2,871

Jenn Deon – 2,181
Mark Nichols – 2,115
 
Ward 2                      
Ophelia Ravencroft – 2,758

Art Puddister – 1,561
Peter Whittle – 1,237
Derek Winsor – 680
 
Ward 3
Jamie Korab – 3,109

Greg Noseworthy – 2,687
Walter Harding – 883
 
Ward 4                      
Ian Froude (acclaimed)

 
Ward 5
Carl Ridgeley – 2,476

Donnie Earle – 2,462
Scott Fitzgerald – 1,250
Brenda Walsh – 626
 
At Large
Maggie Burton – 16,851
Sandy Hickman – 12,992
Ron Ellsworth – 12,933
Debbie Hanlon – 12,179

Meghan Hollett – 11,887
Jess Puddister – 11,487
Greg Smith – 11,330
Ann Malone – 6,856
Tom Davis – 6,650
Mark House – 4,479
Paul Combden – 3,696
Steve Parsons – 2,206
Raymond Petten – 770

Our Candidate Info Roundup now has over 40 questions answered for most candidates!

As the municipal campaign draws to a close, we encourage you to visit our “Meet the Candidates” page which has continued to grow.

Q & As (Video and text) organized by Happy City

Three key issues briefly explored by experts and advocates – in collaboration with the CBC

Candidate profiles, Q & As and analysis from other media and organizations

Who is running where, with links to our own profiles

Transcripts from our Town Hall for at-large candidates now available

The text of the questions and answers given by the candidates in the two sessions is now available here (combined). You can skip directly on the page to the topics raised that matter to you:

  1. Requiring city contractors to pay a living wage
  2. Making the city more accessible
  3. Supporting community groups (tackling cost of required insurance for gatherings)
  4. The future of transit in the city
  5. Budgeting priorities given funding pressures