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Thunder Bay City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thunder Bay City Council
Thunder Bay City Hall after renovations in 2009
Thunder Bay City Hall after renovations in 2009
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Wards of Thunder Bay
Type
Type
Term limits
none
History
Founded1970
New session started
December 1, 2014
Leadership
Keith Hobbs
since October 25, 2010
Structure
Seats13: 7 ward councillors and 5 at-large councillors, plus Mayor
Length of term
4 years
Elections
Last election
October 27, 2014
Next election
October 29, 2018
Meeting place
S. H. Blake Memorial Auditorium, Thunder Bay City Hall
Website
www.thunderbay.ca/City_Government/Your_Council.htm

The Thunder Bay City Council is the governing body of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. It consists of a mayor and twelve councillors. The mayor and five of the councillors are elected at large, with one councillor being elected for each of the city's seven wards: Current River, McIntyre, McKellar, Neebing, Northwood, Red River, and Westfort.[1] Council members are elected to four year terms. The last election was held on October 27, 2014

Thunder Bay City Council meets at 6:30 PM on Monday evenings at Thunder Bay City Hall, located at 500 Donald Street East in the downtown core of the former city of Fort William.

Thunder Bay City Council, 2014 - 2018

Council elected in the 2014 municipal election:

  • Keith Hobbs, mayor
  • Iain Angus, councillor at large
  • Larry Hebert, councillor at large
  • Rebecca Johnson, councillor at large
  • Aldo Ruberto, councillor at large
  • Frank Pullia, councillor at large
  • Andrew Foulds, Current River Ward
  • Trevor Giertuga, McIntyre Ward
  • Paul Pugh, McKellar Ward
  • Linda Rydholm, Neebing Ward
  • Shelby Ch'ng, Northwood Ward
  • Brian McKinnon, Red River Ward
  • Joe Virdiramo, Westfort Ward

Thunder Bay City Council, 2010 - 2014

Council elected in the 2010 municipal election:

  • Keith Hobbs, mayor
  • Iain Angus, councillor at large
  • Ken Boshcoff, councillor at large
  • Larry Hebert, councillor at large
  • Rebecca Johnson, councillor at large
  • Aldo Ruberto, councillor at large
  • Andrew Foulds, Current River Ward
  • Trevor Giertuga, McIntyre Ward
  • Paul Pugh, McKellar Ward
  • Linda Rydholm, Neebing Ward
  • Mark Bentz, Northwood Ward
  • Brian McKinnon, Red River Ward
  • Joe Virdiramo, Westfort Ward

Thunder Bay City Council, 2006 - 2010

Council elected in the 2006 municipal election:

  • Lynn Peterson, mayor
  • Iain Angus, councillor at large
  • Larry Hebert, councillor at large
  • Rebecca Johnson, councillor at large
  • Frank Pullia, councillor at large
  • Aldo Ruberto, councillor at large
  • Mark Bentz, Northwood ward
  • Andrew Foulds, Current River ward
  • Trevor Giertuga, McIntyre ward
  • Brian McKinnon, Red River ward
  • Linda Rydholm, Neebing ward
  • Robert Tuchenhagen, McKellar ward
  • Joe Virdiramo, Westfort ward

References

External links

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