1985 Ottawa municipal election

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The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on November 12, 1985.

Riverside Ward alderman Jim Durrell defeated Britannia Ward alderman Marlene Catterall to become the new mayor of Ottawa.

Mayor[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Jim Durrell 56,988 59.95
Marlene Catterall 35,711 37.57
R. Allan Jones 942 0.99
Walter J. McPhee 886 0.93
Nabil Fawzry 529 0.56

City council[edit]

Alta Vista Ward
Candidate Votes %
Darrel Kent 2,927 36.57
Dylan McGuinty 2,725 34.05
Angie Herzog 1,831 22.87
Phil Massad 353 4.41
Rebecca Liff 169 2.11
Billings Ward
Candidate Votes %
Joan O'Neill 3,202
Bill Zlepnig 1,776
John Kroeker 371
Britannia Ward
Candidate Votes %
Ruth Wildgen 1,310
Jim Jones 1,263
Greg Ross 1,083
Sandra Presley 972
Bud Downing 350
Kurt Orlik 204
Donald Holmes 176
By-Rideau Ward
Candidate Votes %
Marc Laviolette (X) 4,343
Wayne MacKinnon 1,638
Capital Ward
Candidate Votes %
Rob Quinn 2,612
David Hagerman 1,880
Howard Smith (X) 1,603
Susan Pond 791
Canterbury Ward
Candidate Votes %
Michael McSweeney (X) 5,197
Ernest Lauzon 1,878
Carleton Ward
Candidate Votes %
Bob Morrison (X) 2,377
Tim Kehoe 2,288
Barbara Lejeunesse 1,792
Queensboro Ward
Candidate Votes %
Mark Maloney 2,902
Gordon MacMichael 1,846
Mary Hegan 1,731
Phil MacNeill 562
Dalhousie Ward
Candidate Votes %
Mac Harb 1,780
Denis LeBlanc 1,725
Michael Janigan 1,416
Elmdale Ward
Candidate Votes %
Jamie Fisher 1,780
Penina Coopersmith 1,375
Steve Grattan 1,063
Ed Barter 822
Overbrook-Forbes Ward
Candidate Votes %
George Kelly 2,391
Claudette Cyr-Smith 1,636
Gillian Sloan 942
Richmond Ward
Candidate Votes %
Jacquelin Holzman (X) Acclaimed
Riverside Ward
Candidate Votes %
George Brown 3,746
Fidel Palumbo 2,206
Marc Wallace 1,336
Tom Quinn 1,140
St. George's Ward
Candidate Votes %
Nancy Smith (X) 2,997
Rheal Leroux 2,699
Serge Girard 131
Wellington Ward
Candidate Votes %
Diane Holmes (X) 2,902
Terry McLaughlin 1,245

Ottawa Board of Education Trustees[edit]

Two to be elected in each zone

Zone 1 (Vanier, Rockcliffe Park, By-Rideau, St. George's, Overbrook-Forbes) Vote %
Jane Dobell 6,685
Harriet Lang 3,934
Gary Hough 3,340
Zone 2 (Capital, Wellington) Vote %
John Smart (X) 3,513
Brian McGarry 3,030
D. Paterson 2.989
Don Francis (X) 2,253
Gord Hauser 1,337
James Bowie-Reed 712
Zone 3 (Dalhousie, Riverside, Elmdale) Vote %
Marian Lothian 4,523
Ted Best (X) 4,360
Sandra Goldstein (X) 2,850
Julia Brady 2,524
Terry Kilrea 1,710
Bente Addison 1,683
Harry Albright 1,104
Barry Lemoine 648
Zone 4 (Britannia, Richmond) Vote %
Bill Gowling (X) 4,273
Robert Beatty (X) 3,377
Wayne Wilson 2,512
Margo Deriger 2,191
E. C. Stoddon 1,103
Dale Alkerton 1,111
John Teller 818
Larry Arpaia 713
Zone 5 (Carleton, Queensboro) Vote %
Alex Cullen (X) 3,222
Kathy Yach 3,067
Brian Mackay 2,968
Beth Little 2,299
C. J. Kempffer 1,018
Kevin Kinsella 875
Zone 6 (Alta Vista, Billings, Canterbury) Vote %
Marjorie Loughrey 5,652
Russ Jackson (X) 5,296
Roy Bushfield (X) 5,085
Arthur Dufays 2,324
Brian Elliott 1,599
Leonard Haggstrom 519

Four to be elected

Separate school: Ottawa Vote %
Dalton McGuinty, Sr. (X) 16,346
Robert Belanger (X) 16,278
Jacques Beauchamp (X) 15,822
Frank Dalton 13,302
Lucien Bradet (X) 12,560
Patrick Holt 10,188

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