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. The next municipal election for Mayor and Council will be held on October 27, 2014 in which incumbent Mayor McCallion will be on the ballot. 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