Marc Laviolette

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Marc Laviolette
Ottawa City Councillor for By-Rideau Ward
In office
1980 – February 1991
Preceded by first councillor post ward redistribution
Succeeded by Pierre Bourque
Mayor of Ottawa
In office
February 1991 – December 1991
Preceded by Jim Durrell
Succeeded by Jacquelin Holzman
Personal details
Residence Ottawa, Ontario

Marc Laviolette (born Ottawa, Ontario) was Mayor of Ottawa for much of 1991. He was declared Mayor on 18 February 1991 after Jim Durrell resigned to become president of the fledgling Ottawa Senators ice hockey team.[1] Laviolette had been an alderman for the city's By/Rideau ward since 1980.

He sought a second term as Mayor but was defeated by Jacquelin Holzman in the general city elections in late 1991.[2] He later worked at Lower Town's École secondaire publique De La Salle as an education counsellor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hume, Christopher (1991-07-17). "Architect's towering defeat" (Pay-per-view). Toronto Star. Retrieved 2010-04-21. He took over as municipal head after Jim Durrell resigned to run Ottawa's new HNL [sic] franchise 
  2. ^ "Political veteran takes reins in Ottawa" (Pay-per-view). Kitchener-Waterloo Record. 1991-11-13. Retrieved 2010-04-21.