Cumberland Ward

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Cumberland
Location within Ottawa
Location within Ottawa
Coordinates: 45°28′N 75°21′W / 45.467°N 75.350°W / 45.467; -75.350Coordinates: 45°28′N 75°21′W / 45.467°N 75.350°W / 45.467; -75.350
CountryCanada
ProvinceOntario
CityOttawa
Government
 • CouncillorCatherine Kitts
Population
 • Total49,795
Languages (2016)
 • English49.1%
 • French37.7%
 • Arabic3.1%
 • Creoles1.0%

Cumberland Ward (Ward 19) is a city ward in Ottawa, Ontario represented on Ottawa City Council. Situated in the far east end of the city, it includes portions of the Orleans communities of Queenswood Heights, Mer Bleue, Avalon, Chaperal, Notting Hill, Fallingbrook as well as the rural areas of the former city of Cumberland and the village as well as the former villages of Sarsfield, Navan, Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Carlsbad Springs, Vars and Bearbrook.

Regional councillors[edit]

  1. Wilfred Murray (1969-1972, Cumberland reeve)
  2. Henri Rocque (1972-1980, Cumberland reeve)
  3. Peter D. Clark (1980-1989, Cumberland mayor)
  4. Brian Coburn (1989-1995, Cumberland mayor)
  5. Robert van den Ham (1995-2000, Cumberland-Osgoode Ward)

City councillors[edit]

Prior to amalgamation, Cumberland Ward covered Bilberry and Heritage Wards on Cumberland City Council.

  1. Phil McNeely (2001-2003)
  2. Rob Jellett (2003-2010)
  3. Stephen Blais (2010–2020)
  4. Catherine Kitts (2020-present)

Election results[edit]

1969 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Reeve of Cumberland[2]
Candidate Votes %
Wilfred Murray 1,500 67.14
Edgar Wall 734 32.86

1972 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Reeve of Cumberland[3]
Candidate Votes %
Henri Rocque 2,072 62.33
Adrian Hayes 1,252 37.67

1974 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Reeve of Cumberland[4]
Candidate Votes %
Henri Rocque 1,874 63.78
Ed Grimm 1,064 36.22

1976 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Reeve of Cumberland[5]
Candidate Votes %
Henri Rocque 1,203 35.19
Adrian Hayes 1,032 30.18
Arthur Jackson 1,011 29.57
Dennis Staff 173 5.06

1978 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Reeve of Cumberland[6]
Candidate Votes %
Henri Rocque Acclaimed

1980 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Reeve of Cumberland[7]
Candidate Votes %
Peter D. Clark 2,119 51.71
Henri Rocque 1,979 48.29

1982 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Mayor of Cumberland
Candidate Votes %
Peter D. Clark 3,939 61.7
Henri Rocque ~2,445 38.3

1985 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Mayor of Cumberland
Candidate Votes %
Peter D. Clark 4,183 80.94
Michael Slade 985 19.06

1988 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Mayor of Cumberland
Candidate Votes %
Peter D. Clark Acclaimed

1991 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

Mayor of Cumberland
Candidate Votes %
Brian Coburn 7,933 64.83
Bob Monette 4,304 35.17

1994 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

  • As Cumberland-Osgoode ward
Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Robert van den Ham Acclaimed

1997 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections[edit]

  • As Cumberland-Osgoode ward
Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Robert van den Ham 4216 51.88
John Cyr 2939 36.16
John Geary 580 7.14
Daniel Bood 392 4.82

2000 Ottawa municipal election[edit]

Engineer Phil McNeely defeated regional councillor Robert van den Ham and Cumberland City Councillor David Lewis (Bilberry Ward).

City council
Candidate Votes %
Phil McNeely 3,814 44.55
Robert van den Ham 1,866 21.80
David Lewis 1,631 19.05
Judy Poulin 1,250 14.60

2003 Ottawa municipal election[edit]

Cumberland Ward
Candidate Votes %
Rob Jellett 2,957 54.37
Garry Lowe 1,871 34.40
Pierre E. Doucette 552 10.15
David Whissell 59 1.08

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2006 Ottawa municipal election[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Rob Jellett 8306 71.55
Henry Valois 2110 18.18
Dan Biocchi 1192 10.27

[9]

Ottawa Mayor (Ward results)
Candidate Votes %
Larry O'Brien 5,995 50.36
Alex Munter 4,223 35.47
Bob Chiarelli 1,567 13.16
Jane Scharf 56 0.47
Robert Larter 24 0.20
Barkley Pollock 23 0.19
Piotr Anweiler 17 0.14

2010 Ottawa municipal election[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Stephen Blais 6358 52.36
Rob Jellett 5282 43.49
Patrick Paquette 504 4.15
Ottawa Mayor (Ward results)[10]
Candidate Votes %
Jim Watson 6,371 52.29
Larry O'Brien 3,203 26.29
Clive Doucet 1,282 10.52
Andrew S. Haydon 634 5.20
Mike Maguire 296 2.43
Robert G. Gauthier 135 1.11
Jane Scharf 53 0.43
Charlie Taylor 40 0.33
Cesar Bello 39 0.32
Idris Ben-Tahir 32 0.26
Sean Ryan 25 0.21
Samuel Wright 12 0.10
Joseph Furtenbacher 12 0.10
Daniel J. Lyrette 11 0.09
Robert Larter 8 0.07
Robin Lawrance 8 0.07
Michael St. Arnaud 7 0.06
Julio Pita 6 0.05
Vincent Libweshya 5 0.04
Fraser Liscumb 5 0.04

2014 Ottawa municipal election[edit]

City council
Candidate Vote %
    Stephen Blais 9,446 78.03
    Marc Belisle 2,659 21.97
Ottawa mayor (Ward results)
Candidate Vote %
    Jim Watson 8,845 78.70
    Mike Maguire 1,773 15.78
    Michael St. Arnaud 127 1.13
    Anwar Syed 124 1.10
    Robert White 110 0.98
    Rebecca Pyrah 100 0.89
    Darren W. Wood 96 0.85
    Bernard Couchman 64 0.57

2018 Ottawa municipal election[edit]

City council
Candidate Vote %
    Stephen Blais 11,230 89.08
    Cameron Rose Jette 741 5.88
    Jensen Boire 636 5.04
Ottawa mayor (Ward results)
Candidate Vote %
    Jim Watson 8,916 79.69
    Clive Doucet 1,538 13.75
    Bruce McConville 164 1.47
    Joey Drouin 120 1.07
    Hamid Alakozai 87 0.78
    Ahmed Bouragba 85 0.76
    Craig MacAulay 73 0.65
    Michael Pastien 49 0.44
    James T. Sheahan 49 0.44
    Bernard Couchman 41 0.37
    Moises Schachtler 35 0.31
    Ryan Lythall 32 0.29

2020 by-election[edit]

There will be a by-election held on October 5, 2020 to replace Blais who had been elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario earlier in the year.

Candidates[11][12]
Results
City council
Candidate Vote %
    Catherine Kitts 4,736 54.44
    Yvette Ashiri 1,907 21.92
    Lyse-Pascale Inamuco 789 9.07
    Henry Valois 484 5.56
    Patrick Uguccioni 373 4.30
    Denis Labrèche 239 2.75
    Mark Scharfe 103 1.18
    A. Bruce Faulkner 33 0.38
    Craig MacAulay 18 0.21
    Jensen Boire 16 0.18

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Open Data Ottawa)
  2. ^ "Incumbents win reeveship battles in region". Ottawa Citizen. December 3, 1969. p. 3. Retrieved February 28, 2020.
  3. ^ "Suburban voters wrestle away more power from rural residents". Ottawa Citizen. December 5, 1972. p. 2. Retrieved February 28, 2020.
  4. ^ "Lack of major issues proves winning formula". Ottawa Citizen. December 3, 1974. p. 23. Retrieved February 28, 2020.
  5. ^ "Rocque's return less decisive". Ottawa Citizen. December 7, 1976. p. 32. Retrieved February 28, 2020.
  6. ^ "Ottawa-Carleton area township vote results". Ottawa Citizen. November 14, 1978. p. 60. Retrieved February 28, 2020.
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  8. ^ "2003 Municipal Election Results". City of Ottawa. Archived from the original on 2010-03-11. Retrieved 2010-03-11.
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  10. ^ http://documents.ottawa.ca/sites/documents.ottawa.ca/files/documents/con055997.pdf
  11. ^ https://ottawa.ca/en/city-hall/your-city-government/2020-election/information-candidates-2020-cumberland-election#nominated-candidates-2020-cumberland-election
  12. ^ https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/ten-candidates-vie-for-cumberland-city-council-seat-in-oct-5-byelection
  13. ^ a b c "Cumberland byelection candidates rack up endorsements from politicos".
  14. ^ @YvetteAshiri (22 August 2020). "Great time canvassing with you Councillor @JLeiper today- Thank you for your great support and advice! #ottpoli #ottcity #Cumberland19 #AshiriforCumberland @HorizonOttawa" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  15. ^ @ShawnMenard1 (22 September 2020). "To everyone in #Ottawa looking to ensure Council is representative of the population it serves. To everyone that has marched in support of #BLM. For those looking for an independent who doesn't take developer donations. Consider donating to @YvetteAshiri yvetteashiri.ca" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  16. ^ @HorizonOttawa (17 August 2020). "We're excited to announce that after an in-depth review of all candidates registered for the #Cumberland by-election through a thorough selection process with our membership, we have chosen to endorse and support @YvetteAshiri! Check out her website here: yvetteashiri.ca" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  17. ^ https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/rideau-rockcliffe-byelection-ward-council-1.5032415
  18. ^ https://portal.clubrunner.ca/4921
  19. ^ https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/womens-march-ottawa-2020-1.5487919
  20. ^ https://613819blackhubnoir.ca/en/who-we-are/
  21. ^ https://www.lysepascale.ca/en/endorsement/
  22. ^ @catherinekitts (15 July 2020). "#ottcity has called the #Cumberland by-election & I am excited to re-announce that I will be running to replace Stephen Blais! These are challenging times - our community needs a strong voice on council. Trust in me to work tirelessly for you & to lead with compassion. #ottvote" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  23. ^ "The Orléans Star". www.orleansonline.ca. Retrieved 2020-07-20.
  24. ^ "Contact - University Communications". carleton.ca. Retrieved 2020-07-20.
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  26. ^ "Afghanistan veteran, Matthew Luloff, wins wild race in Orléans". Ottawa Citizen. Retrieved 2020-07-20.
  27. ^ https://www.carlsbadsprings.ca/about-us/the-carlsbad-springs-community-association/
  28. ^ https://ohfoundation.ca/be-inspired/grassroots-fundraising-campaign/
  29. ^ https://www.sunshineliststats.com/Salary/patrickuguccioni/2017/9/?employer=cityofottawa

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