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Richmond, British Columbia City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richmond City Council
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Structure
Seats8 Councillors and 1 mayor
Richmond BC City Council 2018.svg
Political groups
  Independent (2)
  RITE Richmond (2)
  Richmond Citizen's (2)
  Richmond Community (1)
  Richmond First (2)
Elections
Plurality at-large voting
Last election
20 October 2018
Next election
15 October 2022
Meeting place
Richmond City Hall
Richmond, BC
Website
www.richmond.ca/cityhall/council.htm

For the Richmond, California city council see, Richmond City Council (Richmond, California).

The Richmond City Council is the governing body of the city of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. The council consists of the mayor and eight elected city councillors.[1] Like Vancouver City Council, the councillors are not elected to represent wards like most Canadian cities.

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

List of Richmond Council

2018 to present

Name Party Position
Malcolm Brodie Independent Mayor
  Carol Day RITE Richmond Councillor
  Harold Steves Richmond Citizen's Association Councillor
  Chak Au Richmond Community Coalition Councillor
  Bill McNulty Richmond First Councillor
  Vacant[a][2] Councillor
  Linda McPhail Richmond First Councillor
  Michael Wolfe RITE Richmond Councillor
Alexa Loo Independent Councillor

Elected in the 2018 municipal election

2014-2018

Name Party Position
Malcolm Brodie Independent Mayor
  Chak Au Richmond Community Coalition Councillor
  Derek Dang Richmond First Councillor
  Carol Day RITE Richmond Councillor
  Ken Johnston Richmond Community Coalition Councillor
Alexa Loo Independent Councillor
  Bill McNulty Richmond First Councillor
  Linda McPhail Richmond First Councillor
Harold Steves Independent Councillor

Elected in the 2014 municipal election

2011-2014

Name Party Position
Malcolm Brodie Independent Mayor
  Chak Au RITE Richmond Councillor
  Linda Barnes Richmond Citizen's Association Councillor
  Derek Dang Richmond First Councillor
Evelina Halsey-Brandt Independent Councillor
  Ken Johnston Richmond First Councillor
  Bill McNulty Richmond First Councillor
  Linda McPhail Richmond First Councillor
  Harold Steves Richmond Citizen's Association Councillor

Elected in the 2011 municipal election

External links

Notes

  1. ^ Kelly Greene has resigned on 16 November 2020 to fulfill her duties as MLA for Richmond-Steveston. A by-election is to be held.

References

  1. ^ "City of Richmond BC - About City Council". www.richmond.ca. Retrieved 2020-11-23.
  2. ^ Rantanen, Maria. "Richmond councillor plans to step aside next Monday". Richmond News. Retrieved 2020-11-23.
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