Kanata North Ward

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Kanata North
Location within Ottawa
Location within Ottawa
Coordinates: 45°19′N 75°55′W / 45.317°N 75.917°W / 45.317; -75.917Coordinates: 45°19′N 75°55′W / 45.317°N 75.917°W / 45.317; -75.917
Country Canada
Province Ontario
City Ottawa
Government
 • Councillor Marianne Wilkinson
Area[1]
 • Total 24.2 km2 (9.3 sq mi)
Population (Canada 2011 Census [1])
 • Total 34,470
 • Density 1,400/km2 (3,700/sq mi)

Kanata North Ward or Ward 4 (French: Quartier Kanata-Nord) is a ward in the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The ward was created in 2006 when its predecessor, Kanata Ward, split in two main parts. The original Kanata Ward covered all of the former City of Kanata. The new Kanata North Ward also includes a small part taken from West Carleton Ward (near Palladium Drive)

Its representative on Ottawa City Council is Marianne Wilkinson.

Communities in the ward include South March, Morgan's Grant, Kanata Lakes, Marchwood, Beaverbrook and Town Centre.

Prior to its amalgamation into Ottawa, the City of Kanata had its own Kanata North Ward. It consisted of the city north of the Queensway.

Demographics[edit]

According to the Canada 2011 Census

Ethnic groups: 63.9% White, 11.7% Chinese, 7.9% South Asian, 3.6% Southeast Asian, 3.3% Black, 3.2% Arab, 1.6% West Asian, 1.2% Filipino, 1.0% Latin American
Languages: 62.6% English, 9.9% Chinese, 6.9% French, 2.5% Arabic, 1.7% Russian, 1.5% Vietnamese, 1.4% Persian, 1.3% Urdu, 1.1% Spanish, 1.1% Punjabi
Religions: 56.1% Christian (28.2% Catholic, 6.5% Anglican, 6.2% United Church, 2.6% Christian Orthodox, 1.6% Baptist, 1.4% Presbyterian, 1.1% Lutheran, 8.5% Other), 8.0% Muslim, 3.3% Hindu, 2.4% Buddhist, 2.8% Others, 27.4% No religion
Median income (2010): $47,412
Average income (2010): $56,001

Regional and city councillors[edit]

  • Prior to 1994, the area was represented by the Mayor of Kanata. Prior to 1978, the area was represented by the Reeve of March Township.
  1. John Mlacak (1969-1976)
  2. Marianne Wilkinson (1976-1985)
  3. Des Adam (1985-1991)
  4. Merle Nicholds (1991-1994)
  5. Alex Munter (1994-2003)
  6. Peggy Feltmate (2003-2006)
  7. Marianne Wilkinson (2006–present)

Election results[edit]

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections, 1985[edit]

Mayor
Candidate Votes %
Des Adam 5,050 54.41
Marianne Wilkinson 4,232 45.59

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections, 1988[edit]

Mayor
Candidate Votes %
Des Adam 8,122 75.39
Marianne Wilkinson 2,651 24.61

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections, 1991[edit]

Mayor
Candidate Votes %
Merle Nicholds 6,229 50.43
Des Adam 6,122 49.57

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections, 1994[edit]

Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Alex Munter 6,572 45.34
Mark Gallivan 4,546 31.36
Marianne Wilkinson 3,376 23.29

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections, 1997[edit]

Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Alex Munter Acclaimed

Ottawa municipal election, 2000[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Alex Munter Acclaimed

Ottawa municipal election, 2003[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Peggy Feltmate 12260 70.58
Richard Rutkowski 4166 23.98
Donald Leafloor 561 3.23
Grant Johnston 384 2.21

Ottawa municipal election, 2006[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Marianne Wilkinson 3661 36.23
Jeff Seeton 2641 26.41
Matt Muirhead 2105 20.83
Anu Bose 1606 15.89
Eric Forgrave 91 0.90

Ottawa municipal election, 2010[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Marianne Wilkinson 4742 50.18
Jeff Seeton 4274 45.23
Lili Weemen 169 1.79
Hal Watson 146 1.54
Herntz Golmann 119 1.26

Ottawa municipal election, 2014[edit]

City council
Candidate Vote  %
    Marianne Wilkinson 4,751 46.21
    Matt Muirhead 3,467 33.72
    Jeff Seeton 2,063 20.07
Ottawa mayor (Ward results)
Candidate Vote  %
    Jim Watson 7,726 76.78
    Mike Maguire 1,807 17.96
    Anwar Syed 194 1.93
    Rebecca Pyrah 114 1.13
    Robert White 79 0.79
    Darren W. Wood 67 0.67
    Bernard Couchman 41 0.41
    Michael St. Arnaud 35 0.35

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