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Burnaby City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Burnaby City Council
Type
Type
Leadership
Mayor
Structure
SeatsMayor and 8 Councillors
Burnaby City Council 2018.svg
Political groups
  Independent : 1 seat
  Burnaby Citizens Association: 7 seats
  Burnaby Greens: 1 seat
Elections
Last election
20 October 2018
Next election
October 2022
Meeting place
Burnaby City Hall
Burnaby, BC
Website
www.burnaby.ca/Our-City-Hall/Mayor---Council/Council-Profiles.html

The Burnaby City Council is the governing body for the City of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.

The council consist of the mayor and eight elected city councillors representing the city as a whole.[needs update]. Municipal elections also select seven school trustees.

Municipal elections are held every four years across the Province on the third Saturday of October or the third Saturday of November.

Burnaby City Council members

Current (2018-present)

Elected in the 2018 municipal election

Name Party Position
  Mike Hurley Independent Mayor
  Dan Johnston Independent[a] Councillor
  Pietro Calendino Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Sav Dhaliwal Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Colleen Jordan Independent[b] Councillor
  James Wang Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Paul McDonnell (until July 13, 2020)[c] Independent[d] Councillor
  Nick Volkow (until June 21, 2020)[e] Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Joe Keithley Burnaby Green Party Councillor

Notes

  1. ^ Dan Johnston was elected as part of the Burnaby Citizens Association but left the party to sit as an independent on February 5, 2020.[1]
  2. ^ Colleen Jordan was elected as part of the Burnaby Citizens Association but left the party to sit as an independent on February 5, 2020.[2]
  3. ^ Seat was occupied by Councillor Paul McDonnell until he died on June 21, 2020.[3]
  4. ^ Paul McDonnell was elected as part of the Burnaby Citizens Association but left the party to sit as an independent on February 5, 2020.[4]
  5. ^ Seat was occupied by Councillor Nick Volkow until he died after a lengthy battle with brain cancer on June 21, 2020.[5]

2014-2018

Elected in the 2014 municipal election

Name Party Position
  Derek Corrigan Burnaby Citizens Association Mayor
  Pietro Calendino Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Sav Dhaliwal Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Dan Johnston Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Collen Jordan Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Anne Kang Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Paul McDonnell Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Nick Volkow Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  James Wang Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor

2011-2014

Elected in the 2011 municipal election

Name Party Position
  Derek Corrigan Burnaby Citizens Association Mayor
  Pietro Calendino Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Richard Chang Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Sav Dhaliwal Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Dan Johnston Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Collen Jordan Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Anne Kang Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Paul McDonell Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor
  Nick Volkow Burnaby Citizens Association Councillor

References

  1. ^ Smith, Charlie. "Rebecca Bligh cites importance of inclusion as she quits NPA and becomes an independent councillor". The Burnaby Now. Retrieved 7 February 2020.
  2. ^ Smith, Charlie. "Rebecca Bligh cites importance of inclusion as she quits NPA and becomes an independent councillor". The Burnaby Now. Retrieved 7 February 2020.
  3. ^ "Coun. Paul McDonell - known as 'Mr. Burnaby' - has died". Burnaby Now. Retrieved 2020-07-14.
  4. ^ Smith, Charlie. "Rebecca Bligh cites importance of inclusion as she quits NPA and becomes an independent councillor". The Burnaby Now. Retrieved 7 February 2020.
  5. ^ "Burnaby city councillor Nick Volkow dies after lengthy battle with brain cancer". Global News. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
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