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Victoria City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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

The council consists of the mayor plus eight councillors. A deputy mayor is appointed monthly.

The councillors are councilors-at-large elected for the entire city.

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

The most recent election was October 20, 2018.

The election prior was November 15, 2014.[1][needs update] Each councillor takes on a different portfolio (e.g. Environment; Youth Liaison; Deputy for Parks and Recreation; Social Planning).[2]

Victoria City Council members

Current (2018-2022)

  • Lisa Helps, Mayor
  • Marianne Alto, Councillor
  • Laurel Collins, Councillor (until 2019)
  • Sharmarke Dubow, Councillor
  • Ben Isitt, Councillor
  • Jeremy Loveday, Councillor
  • Sarah Potts, Councillor
  • Charlayne Thornton-Joe, Councillor
  • Geoff Young, Councillor

2014-2018

  • Lisa Helps, Mayor
  • Marianne Alto, Councillor
  • Chris Coleman, Councillor
  • Ben Isitt, Councillor
  • Jeremy Loveday, Councillor
  • Margaret Lucas, Councillor
  • Pamela Madoff, Councillor
  • Charlayne Thornton-Joe, Councillor
  • Geoff Young, Councillor

2011-2014

  • Dean Fortin, Mayor
  • Marianne Alto, Councillor
  • Chris Coleman, Councillor
  • Shellie Gudgeon, Councillor
  • Lisa Helps, Councillor
  • Ben Isitt, Councillor
  • Pamela Madoff, Councillor
  • Charlayne Thornton-Joe, Councillor
  • Geoff Young, Councillor

References

  1. ^ "Election Summary Report Victoria 2011 Municipal Election" (PDF).
  2. ^ "City of Victoria - Sonya Chandler". Archived from the original on 2008-06-27. Retrieved 2008-10-24.

External links

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