Thunder Bay City Council

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Thunder Bay City Hall after renovations in 2009

The Thunder Bay City Council is the governing body of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. It consists of a mayor and twelve councillors. The mayor and five of the councillors are elected at large, with one councillor being elected for each of the city's seven wards: Current River, McIntyre, McKellar, Neebing, Northwood, Red River, and Westfort.[1] Council members are elected to four year terms. The last election was held on October 25, 2010.

Thunder Bay City Council meets at 6:30 PM on Monday evenings at Thunder Bay City Hall, located at 500 Donald Street East in the downtown core of the former city of Fort William.

Map of Thunder Bay's seven municipal wards

Thunder Bay City Council, 2010 - 2014[edit]

Council elected in the 2010 municipal election:

  • Keith Hobbs, mayor
  • Iain Angus, councillor at large
  • Ken Boshcoff, councillor at large
  • Larry Hebert, councillor at large
  • Rebecca Johnson, councillor at large
  • Aldo Ruberto, councillor at large
  • Andrew Foulds, Current River Ward
  • Trevor Giertuga, McIntyre Ward
  • Paul Pugh, McKellar Ward
  • Linda Rydholm, Neebing Ward
  • Mark Bentz, Northwood Ward
  • Brian McKinnon, Red River Ward
  • Joe Virdiramo, Westfort Ward

Thunder Bay City Council, 2006 - 2010[edit]

Council elected in the 2006 municipal election:

  • Lynn Peterson, mayor
  • Iain Angus, councillor at large
  • Larry Hebert, councillor at large
  • Rebecca Johnson, councillor at large
  • Frank Pullia, councillor at large
  • Aldo Ruberto, councillor at large
  • Mark Bentz, Northwood ward
  • Andrew Foulds, Current River ward
  • Trevor Giertuga, McIntyre ward
  • Brian McKinnon, Red River ward
  • Linda Rydholm, Neebing ward
  • Robert Tuchenhagen, McKellar ward
  • Joe Virdiramo, Westfort ward

References[edit]

  1. ^ City Government - Your Council - Ward Map. Retrieved March 13, 2009.

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