Sault Ste. Marie City Council

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The Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario is run by a city council of 12 councillors, representing six wards, and a mayor.

Mayor[edit]

The city's current mayor is Christian Provenzano, who was sworn in on December 1, 2014 after defeating incumbent mayor Debbie Amaroso in the 2014 municipal election on October 27.

2003-2006[edit]

Municipal Elections were held on November 10, 2003 in Sault Ste. Marie and across the province:

2006-2010[edit]

Council elected in the 2006 municipal election:

  • Mayor - John Rowswell
  • Ward 1 — Steve Butland, James Caicco
  • Ward 2 — Susan Myers, Terry Sheehan
  • Ward 3 — Bryan Hayes, Pat Mick
  • Ward 4 — Lorena Tridico, Lou Turco
  • Ward 5 — David Celetti, Frank Fata
  • Ward 6 — Ozzie Grandinetti, Frank Manzo

2010-2014[edit]

Council elected in the 2010 municipal election:

  • Mayor - Debbie Amaroso
  • Ward 1 — Steve Butland, Paul Christian
  • Ward 2 — Susan Myers, Terry Sheehan
  • Ward 3 — Pat Mick, Brian Watkins
  • Ward 4 — Rick Niro, Lou Turco
  • Ward 5 — Marchy Bruni, Frank Fata
  • Ward 6 — Joe Krmpotich, Frank Manzo

2014–2018[edit]

Council elected in the 2014 municipal election:

  • Mayor - Christian Provenzano
  • Ward 1 — Steve Butland, Paul Christian
  • Ward 2 — Susan Myers, Terry Sheehan
  • Ward 3 — Matthew Shoemaker, Judy Hupponen
  • Ward 4 — Rick Niro, Lou Turco
  • Ward 5 — Marchy Bruni, Frank Fata
  • Ward 6 — Joe Krmpotich, Ross Romano

History[edit]

The council is most famous for a controversial language resolution, passed in 1990, which affirmed that English was the sole working language of the city government. The resolution was subsequently struck down by the courts in 1994.

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