Ottawa City Council

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Ottawa City Council
Ottawa coat of arms.png
Type
Type
History
New session started
December 1, 2010
Leadership
Jim Watson
since December 1, 2010
Structure
Seats 24
Committees Standing Committees
Committees Advisory Committees
Elections
Last election
October 25, 2010
(24 seats)
Next election
October 27, 2014
(24 seats)
Meeting place
Andrew S. Haydon Hall[1]
Ottawa City Hall
Ottawa, Ontario
Website
www.ottawa.ca

The Ottawa City Council (French: Conseil municipal d'Ottawa) is the governing body of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is composed of 23 city councillors and the mayor. The mayor is elected at large, while each of the councillors represent wards throughout the city. Council members are elected to four year terms with the last election being on October 25, 2010. The council meets at Ottawa City Hall in downtown Ottawa. Much of the council's work is done in the standing committees made up sub-groups of councillors. The decisions made in these committees are presented to the full council and voted upon.

Standing Committees[edit]

  • Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
  • Community and Protective Services Committee
  • Debenture Committee
  • Environment Committee
  • Finance and Economic Development Committee
    • Audit Sub-Committee
    • Governance Renewal Sub-Committee
    • Information Technology Sub-Committee
    • Member Services Sub-Committee
  • Planning Committee
    • Built Heritage Sub-Committee
  • Transit Commission
  • Transportation Committee[2]

Advisory Committees[edit]

  • Accessibility
  • Arts, Culture, Heritage and Recreation
  • Community Services
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • French Language Services[3]

2014-2018 members[edit]


2010-2014 members[edit]

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Old City of Ottawa[edit]

1998-2000 members[edit]

1995-1997 members[edit]

1992-1994 members[edit]

1989-1991 members[edit]

* A judge overturned the election result, declaring Janigan had won by one vote after Harris had served for one year.

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1955-1956[edit]

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1951-1952[edit]

1949-1950[edit]

1947-1948[edit]

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