Burnaby City Council

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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.[dated info]. Municipal elections also select seven school trustees.

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

Burnaby City Council members[edit]

Current (2014-2017)

  • Derek Corrigan, Mayor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Pietro Calendino, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Richard Chang, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Sav Dhaliwal, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Dan Johston, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Collen Jordan, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Anne Kang, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Paul McDonell, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Nick Volkow, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)

2011-2014 [1]

  • Derek Corrigan, Mayor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Pietro Calendino, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Richard Chang, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Sav Dhaliwal, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Dan Johston, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Collen Jordan, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Anne Kang, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Paul McDonell, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)
  • Nick Volkow, Councillor (Burnaby Citizens Association)

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