St. John's City Council

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For the city council in New Brunswick, see Saint John City Council.

St. John's City Council has been the governing body of the city of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Since 1888, St. John's city council has governed under the Newfoundland Colony, the Dominion of Newfoundland and since 1949, Canada.[1][2]

The city council currently comprises 11 members: the Mayor, the Deputy Mayor and nine councillors, five which represent wards throughout the city and four that are elected at large.

Councillor Ward
Dennis O'Keefe Mayor
Ron Ellsworth Deputy Mayor
Dave Lane At large
Art Puddister At large
Tom Hann At large
Sandy Hickman At large
Danny Breen Ward 1
Jonathan Galgay Ward 2
Bruce Tilley Ward 3
Bernard Davis Ward 4
Wally Collins Ward 5

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  1. ^ http://www.cbc.ca/nl/features/municipalelection2009/stjohns/
  2. ^ A History of St. John's City Council, 1888 to 1981

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