Mississauga City Council

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Mississauga City Council is the governing body of the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

The council consists of the mayor and 11 councillors elected to serve a four-year term. The last election was October 25, 2010. Mississauga is the largest municipality in Canada with a majority female council; the mayor and six of the 11 councillors are women.

All members of council and mayor are also members of Peel Regional Council.

2006-2010[edit]

Council elected in the 2006 municipal election:

Councillor Ward Notes
Hazel McCallion Mayor
Carmen Corbasson Ward 1 (Port Credit)
Patricia Mullin Ward 2 (Clarkson, Lorne Park)
Maja Prentice Ward 3 (Rathwood, Applewood)
Frank Dale Ward 4 (City Centre)
Eve Adams Ward 5 (Britannia Woods, Malton)
Carolyn Parrish Ward 6 (Erindale)
Nando Iannicca Ward 7 (Cooksville)
Katie Mahoney Ward 8 (Erin Mills)
Pat Saito Ward 9 (Meadowvale)
Sue McFadden Ward 10 (Lisgar, Churchill Meadows)
George Carlson Ward 11 (Streetsville)

2010-2014[edit]

Council elected in the 2010 municipal election:

Councillor Ward Notes
Hazel McCallion Mayor
Jim Tovey Ward 1 (Port Credit)
Patricia Mullin Ward 2 (Clarkson, Lorne Park)
Chris Fonseca Ward 3 (Rathwood, Applewood)
Frank Dale Ward 4 (City Centre)
Eve Adams Ward 5 (Britannia Woods, Malton) Resigned in early 2011 to run in the 2011 federal election.
Bonnie Crombie Ward 5 (Britannia Woods, Malton) Won by-election on September 19, 2011.[1]
Ron Starr Ward 6 (Erindale)
Nando Iannicca Ward 7 (Cooksville)
Katie Mahoney Ward 8 (Erin Mills)
Pat Saito Ward 9 (Meadowvale)
Sue McFadden Ward 10 (Lisgar, Churchill Meadows)
George Carlson Ward 11 (Streetsville)

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Coordinates: 43°35′20″N 79°38′39″W / 43.58882°N 79.64406°W / 43.58882; -79.64406