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2017 Vancouver municipal by-election

A municipal by-election was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on October 14, 2017. Unlike in full elections, voters were only asked to elect one councillor and nine school board trustees rather than the full complement of elected munici ...

                                               

2018 Vancouver municipal election

The 2018 Vancouver municipal election was held on October 20, 2018, the same day as other municipalities and regional districts in British Columbia selected their new municipal governments. Voters elected a mayor, 10 city councillors, 7 park boar ...

                                               

Results of mayoral elections in Winnipeg

This election was held via instant-runoff voting. First count: Swailes was eliminated, and his 21.578 votes were distributed as follows: Coulter 7.138, Juba 5.718. 8.722 votes were non-transferable. Second count:

                                               

1963 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1963 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 23, 1963 to determine mayors, councillors and school trustees in the City of Winnipeg and its suburban communities. There were also referendum votes in some communities. There was no mayora ...

                                               

1965 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1965 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 27, 1965 to elect mayors, councillors and school trustees in the City of Winnipeg and its suburban communities. There were also referendums in some committees. There was no mayoral election ...

                                               

1967 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1967 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 25, 1967, to elect mayors, councillors and school trustees in the City of Winnipeg and its suburban communities. There was no mayoral election in Winnipeg itself.

                                               

1968 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1968 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 23, 1968, to elect mayors, councillors and school trustees in the City of Winnipeg, the Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg, and the citys suburban communities. Most elections were ...

                                               

1969 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1969 Winnipeg municipal election was held in October 1969 to elect mayors, councillors and school trustees in the City of Winnipeg and its suburban communities. There was no mayoral election in Winnipeg.

                                               

1971 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1971 Winnipeg municipal election was held in October 1971 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the City of Winnipeg. This was the first municipal election to take place after the amalgamation of Winnipeg with its suburban comm ...

                                               

1986 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1986 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 22, 1986 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. Bill Norrie was re-elected to a fourth term as mayor, defeating former Member of the Legislative Assembly ...

                                               

1989 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1989 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 25, 1989 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. Bill Norrie was re-elected to a fifth term as mayor without serious opposition.

                                               

1995 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1995 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 25, 1995 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. Susan Thompson defeated Peter Kaufmann and Terry Duguid in the mayoral contest.

                                               

1953 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1953 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 28, 1953, to elect councillors and school trustees in the Manitoba city of Winnipeg. There was no mayoral election; mayors were elected for two-year terms in this period, and 1953 was an of ...

                                               

1974 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1974 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 23, 1974 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. Stephen Juba was re-elected in the mayoral contest.

                                               

1983 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1983 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 26, 1983 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. There were also two referendum questions, on bilingualism and nuclear disarmament. Bill Norrie defeated B ...

                                               

1992 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1992 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 28, 1992 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. Susan Thompson defeated Greg Selinger in the mayoral contest.

                                               

1998 Winnipeg municipal election

The 1998 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 28, 1998 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. Centre-left candidate Glen Murray defeated populist right-winger Peter Kaufmann in the mayoral contest.

                                               

2002 Winnipeg municipal election

The 2002 Winnipeg municipal election was held on 23 October 2002 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg. Glen Murray, the citys centre-left mayor, was re-elected to a second term over challenger Al Golden.

                                               

2006 Winnipeg municipal election

The 2006 Winnipeg municipal election was held on October 25, 2006 to elect a mayor, councillors and school trustees in the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Sam Katz was re-elected Mayor of Winnipeg over left-leaning challenger Marianne Cerilli.

                                               

Civic Government Association

The Civic Government Association was a political party active in Edmontons municipal politics from after the First World War until the 1960s. The party focused on the economic growth and government efficiency aspects of the Progressive Era, as it ...

                                               

List of mayors of Strathcona, Alberta

This is a list of mayors of the former city of Strathcona, Alberta, Canada. Prior to 1905, Strathcona was in the North-West Territories, and prior to 1907, Strathcona was a town. On February 1, 1912, the city was annexed by the nearby city of Edm ...

                                               

Barrie City Council

Barrie City Council is the governing body for the City of Barrie, in Ontario, Canada. The council consists of the Mayor of Barrie and ten councillors, who represent the ten wards of the city. The council posts agendas for council meetings. There ...

                                               

Brampton City Council

Brampton City Council is the governing body for the City of Brampton, Ontario. It consists of the mayor of Brampton currently Patrick Brown, five elected regional councillors and five elected city councillors. Each councillor represents two city ...

                                               

Brampton Fire and Rescue

Brampton Fire and Emergency Services provides fire protection, technical rescue services, hazardous materials response, and first responder emergency medical assistance to the City of Brampton in the Peel Region of Ontario, Canada. It operates th ...

                                               

Greater Sudbury City Council

Greater Sudbury City Council is the governing body of the City of Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. The council consists of the mayor plus a twelve-person council. The city is divided into twelve wards; each ward is represented by one councillor. ...

                                               

Nickel District Conservation Authority

The Nickel District Conservation Authority is a conservation authority in Greater Sudbury, Ontario. Formed in 1973 by the merger of two former conservation authorities in the region, the Junction Creek Conservation Authority in Sudbury and the Wh ...

                                               

Regional Municipality of Sudbury

The Regional Municipality of Sudbury was a regional municipality in Ontario, Canada, which existed from 1973 to 2000, centred on the city of Sudbury. It served as an upper tier of municipal government, aggregating municipal services of region-wid ...

                                               

Tom Davies Square

Tom Davies Square is the city hall of Greater Sudbury, Ontario. Built in the late 1970s and originally known as Civic Square or Place-Civique in French, the building was part of an urban renewal movement toward transforming the citys visual image ...

                                               

Guelph City Council

Guelph City Council is the governing body for the city of Guelph, Ontario. The council consists of the Mayor of Guelph and 12 ward councillors. Each ward elects 2 members to represent them. The council operates in the Guelph City Hall. Municipal ...

                                               

Guelph City Hall

Guelph City Hall is the seat of local government in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Designed by Moriyama & Teshima Architects and completed in 2009, the new City Hall is located adjacent to the historic Old City Hall, which itself is now serving as a Pr ...

                                               

Guelph Police Service

The Guelph Police Service is the police force for the city of Guelph, Ontario. The GPS was formed in 1827 with the founding of the city, and has grown to an authorized strength of 197 sworn officers, a civilian staff of 84 and serves a population ...

                                               

Guelph Transit

The Guelph Transit Commission is a small public transportation agency that operates transit bus services in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Established in 1929 after the closure of the Guelph Radial Railway Company streetcar lines, Guelph Transit has gr ...

                                               

Hamilton Paramedic Service

Hamilton Paramedic Service is the designated service provider for emergency medical services in the City of Hamilton, Ontario. Additional vehicles are occasionally added as a temporary measure as demand increases. Hamilton EMS operates from 18 jo ...

                                               

Hamilton Police Service

The town of Hamilton was established on February 13, 1833 by a statute of Upper Canada. It was one of the first Canadian communities to adopt the concepts of Sir Robert Peel. The first board of police elections were held on March 4, 1833. Thomas ...

                                               

Hamilton, Ontario City Council

The Hamilton, Ontario City Council is the governing body of the City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The current council consists of the mayor plus fifteen councillors, one elected from each of the citys wards. The incumbent council was elected in ...

                                               

London City Council

Prior to the 2006 civic election, Londons city council consisted of 14 councillors two from each of the seven former wards, four members of Board of Control elected citywide, and one mayor elected citywide, to form a 19-member council. The compos ...

                                               

London Police Service

The London Police Service is a municipal law enforcement agency which provides policing services for the city of London, Ontario, Canada. The department is responsible to the citizens of London for enforcing both the provincial laws of Ontario, a ...

                                               

Mississauga City Council

Mississauga City Council is the governing body of the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The council consists of the mayor and 11 councillors elected to serve a four-year term. The last municipal election was held October 22, 2018 and the next ...

                                               

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services provides fire protection, technical rescue services, hazardous materials response, and first responder emergency medical assistance to the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The Fire Service was establis ...

                                               

Meadowvale Community Centre and Library

Meadowvale Community Centre and Library is a library branch under the Mississauga Library System located in Meadowvale neighbourhood of Mississauga, Ontario. The Meadowvale Community Centre was officially opened in January 1982. The original buil ...

                                               

Oakville Town Council

The Oakville Town Council is the governing body of the Town of Oakville, Ontario, Canada. The council consists of the mayor plus fourteen elected councillors elected among seven wards. Within each ward, the Town Councillor represents the ward sol ...

                                               

Oakville Transit

Oakville Transit is the public transportation provider in Oakville, Ontario, Canada since 1972. It is a department of the town and a member of the Canadian Urban Transit Association. It offers the typical conventional bus service, and a para-tran ...

                                               

Ottawa Board of Control

The Ottawa Board of Control was an important part of the governance of Ottawa, Ontario from 1908 until 1980 when it was abolished. Through the 19th century Ottawa had been governed by a mayor and city council, but most councillors were only part- ...

                                               

Ottawa By-law Services

The City of Ottawas By-law and Regulatory Services Branch is a uniformed municipal law enforcement agency providing regulatory services to the residents and visitors of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

                                               

Ottawa City Council

The Ottawa City Council is the governing body of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is composed of 23 city councillors and the mayor. The mayor is elected at large, while each of the councillors represent wards throughout the city. Council m ...

                                               

Ottawa City Hall

The current Ottawa City Hall is the city hall of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The downtown complex consists of two connected buildings: a modern wing located on Laurier Avenue and a 19th-century heritage wing located on Elgin Street. Although City Ha ...

                                               

Ottawa Fire Services

Ottawa Fire Services provides fire protection, technical rescue services, hazardous materials response, and first responder emergency medical assistance to the city of Ottawa, Ontario.

                                               

Ottawa Paramedic Service

Ottawa Paramedic Service is a uniformed municipal public safety agency providing Emergency and nonemergency Paramedic care to residents and visitors of city of Ottawa, Ontario. It is the sole, licensed, statutory provider and is operated directly ...

                                               

Ottawa Public Library

The Ottawa Public Library is the library system of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The library was founded in 1906 with a donation from the Carnegie Foundation.

                                               

St. Catharines City Council

The St. Catharines City Council is the governing body of the City of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The council consists of the mayor plus twelve elected councillors, with two councilors representing each of the six municipal wards. A deputy ma ...