Alberta municipal elections, 2013

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Alberta municipal elections, 2013
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Cities and Towns in Alberta

Municipal elections were held in Alberta, Canada on Monday, October 21, 2013. Mayors (reeves), councillors (aldermen), and trustees were elected to office in 16 of the 17 cities, all 108 towns, all 93 villages, all 5 specialized municipalities, all 64 municipal districts, 3 of the 8 improvement districts, and the advisory councils of the 3 special areas. The City of Lloydminster is on the Saskatchewan schedule (quadrennial), and held elections on October 24, 2012, while 5 improvement districts (Nos. 12, 13, 24, 25, and 349) have no councils and are led solely by the Minister of Municipal Affairs.[1] Since the 2010 municipal elections, portions of Lac La Biche County and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo formed Improvement District No. 349, and the villages of New Norway and Tilley were dissolved. From 1968 to 2013, provincial legislation has required every municipality to hold elections every three years.[2] The Alberta Legislative Assembly passed a bill on December 5, 2012, amending the Local Authorities Election Act.[3] Starting with the 2013 elections, officials are elected for a four-year term, and municipal elections are moved to a four-year cycle.[4]

Cities[edit]

The following are the elections for all Alberta cities. Bold indicates elected, and incumbents are italicized.

Airdrie[edit]

Citizens of Airdrie will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Peter Brown being acclaimed.

Mayoral race
Candidate[5] Vote  %
Peter Brown Acclaimed

Brooks[edit]

Citizens of Brooks will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[6] Vote[7]  %
Martin Shields 1,879 72.38
Priscilla Petersen 483 18.61
Loran Casimere Fells 234 9.01

Calgary[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of Calgary elected one mayor, 14 councillors (one from each of 14 wards), the seven Calgary School District trustees (each representing 2 of 14 wards), and five of the seven Calgary Catholic School District trustees (each representing 2 of 14 wards).

Camrose[edit]

Citizens of Camrose will elect one mayor and eight at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[8] Vote[9]  %
Norman Mayer 2,137 47.75
Russell David Hawkins 1,667 37.25
Mike Morris 671 14.99

Cold Lake[edit]

Citizens of Cold Lake will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Craig Copeland being acclaimed.

Mayoral race
Candidate[10] Vote  %
Craig Copeland Acclaimed

Edmonton[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of Edmonton elected one mayor, 12 councillors (one from each of 12 wards), seven of the nine Edmonton Public Schools trustees (one from each of nine wards), and the seven Edmonton Catholic School District trustees (one from each of seven wards).

Fort Saskatchewan[edit]

Citizens of Fort Saskatchewan will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[11] Vote[12]  %
Gale Katchur 3,481 67.08
Don Morgan 1,708 32.92

Grande Prairie[edit]

Citizens of Grande Prairie will elect one mayor and eight at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[13] Vote[14]  %
Bill Given 6,194 73.01
Gladys Blackmore 2,290 26.99

Lacombe[edit]

Citizens of Lacombe will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[15] Vote[16]  %
Steve Christie 1,662 50.97
Grant Creasey 1,599 49.03

Leduc[edit]

Citizens of Leduc will elect one mayor and six at large aldermen (councillors).

Mayoral race
Candidate[17] Vote[18]  %
Greg Krischke 3,546 77.90
Mahnaz Rahmani 1,006 22.10

Lethbridge[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of Lethbridge elected one mayor, eight councillors (all at large), the seven Lethbridge School District No. 51 trustees, and five of the Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 4's nine trustees (as Ward 2). This election marks a change of title for council members from "alderman" to "councillor".

Medicine Hat[edit]

Citizens of Medicine Hat will elect one mayor and eight at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[19] Vote[20]  %
Ted Clugston 10,192 50.69
Phil Turnbull 4,955 24.64
Milvia Bauman 3,602 17.91
Norm Boucher 1,358 6.75

Red Deer[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of Red Deer elected one mayor, eight councillors (all at large), the seven Red Deer School District No. 104 trustees (at large), and five of the Red Deer Catholic Regional Division No. 39's seven trustees (as Red Deer Ward). They also voted to not implement a ward system in a plebiscite.

Spruce Grove[edit]

Citizens of Spruce Grove will elect one mayor and six at large aldermen (councillors).

Mayoral race
Candidate[21] Vote[22]  %
Stuart Houston 3,244 64.78
Dan Saunders 1,764 35.22

St. Albert[edit]

Citizens of St. Albert will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[23] Vote[24]  %
Nolan Crouse 9,900 55.12
Shelley Biermanski 8,061 44.88

Wetaskiwin[edit]

Citizens of Wetaskiwin will elect one mayor and six at large aldermen (councillors).

Mayoral race
Candidate[25] Vote[26]  %
Bill Elliot 1,867 55.68
Mark McFaul 1,486 44.32

Towns[edit]

The following are the elections for Alberta towns with a population over 5,000. Bold indicates elected, and incumbents are italicized.

Banff[edit]

Citizens of Banff will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[27] Vote[28]  %
Karen Sorensen 946 50.86
Jim Abelseth 703 37.80
Cynthia Anderson 211 11.34

Beaumont[edit]

Citizens of Beaumont will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[29] Vote[30]  %
Camille Bérubé 1,799 57.27
Gil Poitras 1,184 37.70
K. C. MacPherson 158 5.03

Blackfalds[edit]

Citizens of Blackfalds will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[31] Vote[32]  %
Melodie Stol 519 67.49
Wayne Tutty 250 32.51

Bonnyville[edit]

Citizens of Bonnyville will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[33] Vote[34]  %
Gene Sobolewski 499 49.65
Ernie Isley 375 37.31
Brent Boulrice 131 13.03

Canmore[edit]

Citizens of Canmore will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[35] Vote[36]  %
John Borrowman 2,593 78.15
Hans Helder 672 20.25
Caleb McMillan 53 1.60

Chestermere[edit]

Citizens of Chestermere will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Patricia Matthews being acclaimed.

Mayoral race
Candidate[37] Vote  %
Patricia Matthews Acclaimed

Coaldale[edit]

Citizens of Coaldale will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[38] Vote[39]  %
Kim Craig 1,065 57.57
Butch Pauls 785 42.43

Cochrane[edit]

Citizens of Cochrane will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[40] Vote[41]  %
Ivan Brooker 1,856 41.06
Joann Churchill 1,432 31.68
David Smith 1,232 27.26

Morgan Justice Nagel was also elected as the youngest of the six councillors, of 13 candidates, becoming the youngest councillor in Cochrane at 23 years old.

Devon[edit]

Citizens of Devon will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[42] Vote[43]  %
Stephen Lindop 919 46.25
Anita Fisher 627 31.56
Sheila Aitken 441 22.19

Drayton Valley[edit]

Citizens of Drayton Valley will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[44] Vote[45]  %
Glenn McLean 917 49.59
Kyle Archer 556 30.07
Carol Lapointe 376 20.34

Drumheller[edit]

Citizens of Drumheller will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Terry Yemen being acclaimed.

Mayoral race
Candidate[46] Vote  %
Terry Yemen Acclaimed

Edson[edit]

Citizens of Edson will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[47] Vote[48]  %
Greg Pasychny 1,454 85.18
Robert Wilkinson 253 14.82

High River[edit]

Citizens of High River will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[49] Vote[50]  %
Craig Lyle Snodgrass 3,024 76.09
Jamie Kinghorn 950 23.91

Hinton[edit]

Citizens of Hinton will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[51] Vote[52]  %
Rob Mackin 2,154 76.57
Bill Bulger 659 23.43

Innisfail[edit]

Citizens of Innisfail will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Brian Spiller being acclaimed.

Mayoral race
Candidate[53] Vote  %
Brian Spiller Acclaimed

Morinville[edit]

Citizens of Morinville will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[54] Vote[55]  %
Lisa Holmes 1,034 43.89
Sheldon Fingler 1,016 43.12
Carrie Foss 294 12.48
Christa Naughton 12 0.51

Okotoks[edit]

Citizens of Okotoks will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[56] Vote[57]  %
Bill Robertson 2,652 57.79
Larry Albrecht 1,937 42.21

Olds[edit]

Citizens of Olds will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[58] Vote[59]  %
Judy Dahl 1,366 73.52
Art Baker 450 24.22
Shirley Schultz 42 2.26

Peace River[edit]

Citizens of Peace River will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[60] Vote[61]  %
Tom Tarpey 1,401 78.05
Lorne Mann 394 21.95

Ponoka[edit]

Citizens of Ponoka will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[62] Vote[63]  %
Rick Bonnett 960 50.03
Doug Gill 959 49.97

Redcliff[edit]

Citizens of Redcliff will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[64] Vote[65]  %
Ernie Reimer 601 55.65
Robert Hazelaar 479 44.35

Rocky Mountain House[edit]

Citizens of Rocky Mountain House will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[66] Vote[67]  %
Fred Nash 773 54.78
Sheila Mizera 433 30.69
Jim Bague 205 14.53

Slave Lake[edit]

Citizens of Slave Lake will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Tyler Warman being elected with no opposition.

Mayoral race
Candidate[68] Vote  %
Tyler Warman Acclaimed

Stettler[edit]

Citizens of Sttetler will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Dick Richards being elected with no opposition.

Mayoral race
Candidate[69] Vote  %
Dick Richards Acclaimed

Stony Plain[edit]

Citizens of Stony Plain will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to William Choy being acclaimed.

Mayoral race
Candidate[70] Vote  %
William Choy Acclaimed

St. Paul[edit]

Citizens of St. Paul will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Glenn Andersen being elected with no opposition.

Mayoral race
Candidate[71] Vote  %
Glenn Andersen Acclaimed

Strathmore[edit]

Citizens of Strathmore will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[72] Vote[73]  %
Michael Ell 1,513 59.64
Steve Grajczyk 1,024 40.36

Sylvan Lake[edit]

Citizens of Sylvan Lake will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate Vote[74]  %
Sean McIntyre 1966 71.67
Susan Samson 678 24.72
Melesa Starchesk 99 3.61

Taber[edit]

Citizens of Taber will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[75] Vote[76]  %
Henk De Vlieger 1,041 59.62
Ray Bryant 705 40.38

Vegreville[edit]

Citizens of Vegreville will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[77] Vote[78]  %
Myron Hayduk 1,543 74.33
Natalia Toroshenko 292 14.07
Jenny Cooper 241 11.61

Wainwright[edit]

Citizens of Wainwright will elect six at large councillors. No mayoral election will be held due to Brian Bethune being elected with no opposition.

Mayoral race
Candidate[79] Vote  %
Brian Bethune Acclaimed

Whitecourt[edit]

Citizens of Whitecourt will elect one mayor and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[80] Vote  %
Maryann Irene Chichak 1,091 59.78
Trevor Thain 734 40.22

Bold indicates elected, and incumbents are italicized.

Specialized municipalities[edit]

The following are the elections for Alberta specialized municipalities with a population over 5,000, which include the urban service areas of Fort McMurray and Sherwood Park.

Crowsnest Pass[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of Crowsnest Pass will elect one mayor, and six at large councillors.

Mayoral race
Candidate[81] Vote  %
Blair Painter 2,065 76.94
Bruce Vernon Decoux 467 17.40
John Prince 152 5.66

Mackenzie County[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of Mackenzie County were to elect ten councillors (one from each of ten wards). As six of them were acclaimed, citizens of wards 1, 3, 7 and 9 will elect the remaining four councillors.[82]

Strathcona County[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of Strathcona County elected one mayor, eight councillors (one from each of eight wards), five of the Elk Island Public Schools Regional Division No. 14's nine trustees (three from Sherwood Park, one from Strathcona County north, and one from Strathcona County south), and four of the Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41's seven trustees (supporters in Sherwood Park).

Wood Buffalo[edit]

In the 2013 elections, the citizens of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo elected one mayor, ten councillors (from four wards), the five Fort McMurray Public School District trustees (in Fort McMurray), five of the Northland School Division No. 61's 22 school boards (outside Fort McMurray, three or five trustees each), and the five Fort McMurray Catholic School District trustees (in Fort McMurray).

Municipal districts[edit]

The following are the election results for Alberta municipal districts (counties) with a population over 5,000 and have an elected mayor or reeve position. Bold indicates elected, and incumbents are italicized.

Bonnyville No. 87[edit]

Citizens of the Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87 will elect six councillors from six wards.

Reeve race
Candidate[83] Vote[84]  %
Ed Rondeau 1,306 66.29
Erwin Thompson 664 33.71

Brazeau County[edit]

Citizens of Brazeau County will elect six councillors from six divisions.

Reeve race
Candidate[85] Vote[86]  %
Pat Vos 1,325 58.24
Bart Guyon 950 41.76

Lac La Biche County[edit]

Citizens of Lac La Biche County will elect seven councillors from seven wards.

Mayoral race
Candidate[87] Vote[88]  %
Aurel Langevin 1,195 47.40
Gail Ludwig-Broadbent 1,139 45.18
Karen Young 187 7.42

Red Deer County[edit]

Citizens of Red Deer County will elect six councillors from six divisions. No mayoral election will be held due to Jim Wood being acclaimed.

Mayoral race
Candidate[89] Vote  %
Jim Wood Acclaimed

St. Paul County No. 19[edit]

Citizens of the County of St. Paul No. 19 will elect six councillors from six divisions.

Mayoral race
Candidate[90] Vote[91]  %
Steve Upham 1,104 46.48
Ray Danyluk 1,062 44.72
Ben Dyck 209 8.80

Yellowhead County[edit]

Citizens of Yellowhead County will elect eight councillors from eight wards.

Mayoral race
Candidate[92] Vote[93]  %
Gerald Soroka 1,226 52.51
Roxanne Scherger 882 37.77
Dallas Haywood 227 9.72

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