Eli El-Chantiry

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Eli El-Chantiry
Ottawa City Councillor
In office
2003 – present
Preceded by Dwight Eastman
Constituency West Carleton-March Ward
Personal details
Born ( 1957-04-23) April 23, 1957 (age 57)
Kab-Elias, Lebanon
Political party Liberal
Spouse(s) Maha

Eli El-Chantiry (born April 23, 1957 in Kab-Elias, Lebanon) is an Ottawa City Councillor.

He was born in Lebanon and moved to Canada with his family at age eighteen. He became a businessman, owning the Lighthouse Restaurant in Constance Bay in West Carleton.

El-Chantiry ran for city council in the 2003 Ottawa election to replace retiring Dwight Eastman. He won, defeating retired schoolteacher Adele Muldoon by 29 votes.

Following the 13 June 2007 decision by Ottawa Mayor Larry O'Brien to resign as Chair of the Ottawa Police Services Board, El-Chantiry was nominated as the board's new leader, an appointment to be confirmed later in June 2007.[1]

El-Chantiry is a close friend of Ontario PC MPP Norm Sterling.

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Preceded by
Dwight Eastman
City councillors from West Carleton Ward
2003-2006
Succeeded by
Ward abolished
Preceded by
Ward created
City councillors from West Carleton-March Ward
2006-present
Succeeded by
Incumbent