Kitchissippi Ward

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Kitchissippi
Location within Ottawa
Location within Ottawa
Coordinates: 45°24′N 75°45′W / 45.400°N 75.750°W / 45.400; -75.750Coordinates: 45°24′N 75°45′W / 45.400°N 75.750°W / 45.400; -75.750
Country Canada
Province Ontario
City Ottawa
Government
 • Councillor Jeff Leiper
Population (2011)Canada 2011 Census [1]
 • Total 37,920

Kitchissippi Ward (Ward 15) is a city ward in the city of Ottawa, Canada. It gets its name from the Algonquin name for the Ottawa River, meaning Great River. The ward is slightly west of downtown, and covers the neighbourhoods of Champlain Park, Civic Hospital, Hampton Park, Highland Park, Hintonburg, Island Park, McKellar Heights, McKellar Park, Mechanicsville, Westboro Beach, Westboro, Wellington Village, and Wellington Street West.

As of the 2014 election on October 27, 2014, the ward is represented by Councillor Jeff Leiper.[2]

The ward was created in 1994 from parts of Queensboro Ward, Richmond Ward and Elmdale Ward.

City councillors[edit]

  1. Joan Wong (1994-1997)
  2. Shawn Little (1997-2006)
  3. Christine Leadman (2006-2010)
  4. Katherine Hobbs (2010-2014)
  5. Jeff Leiper (2014–present)

Population data[edit]

The Ward's estimated population will be 38,900 in 2006. At the Canada 2001 Census it had 36,795 people.

Languages (mother tongue)

  1. English: 54.5%
  2. French: 15.6%
  3. Arabic: 7.9%
  4. Spanish: 1.8%
  5. Chinese: 1.1% (inc. Mandarin, Cantonese and Chinese)
  6. Italian: 1.1%

Religion

  1. Roman Catholic: 36.2%
  2. No religion: 21.4%
  3. United Church of Canada: 10.2%
  4. Anglican: 9.9%
  5. Muslim: 3.2%
  6. Jewish: 2.6%
  7. Presbyterian: 2.5%
  8. Buddhist: 1.6%
  9. Baptist: 1.6%
  10. Lutheran: 1.0%

Income

  • Average household income: $70,307
  • Average income (male): $46,904
  • Average income (female): $33,443

Election results[edit]

Ottawa municipal election, 2014[edit]

City council
Candidate Vote  %
    Jeff Leiper 7,557 55.36
    Katherine Hobbs 4,197 30.75
    Michelle Reimer 1,530 11.21
    Ellen Lougheed 272 1.99
    Larry Wasslenn 95 0.70
Ottawa mayor (Ward results)
Candidate Vote  %
    Jim Watson 10,979 83.39
    Mike Maguire 1,649 12.52
    Rebecca Pyrah 169 1.28
    Anwar Syed 133 1.01
    Darren W. Wood 68 0.52
    Robert White 66 0.50
    Bernard Couchman 56 0.43
    Michael St. Arnaud 46 0.35

Ottawa municipal election, 2010[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Katherine Hobbs 6116 44.18
Christine Leadman 5540 40.02
Daniel Stringer 2186 15.79

Ottawa municipal election, 2006[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Christine Leadman 5949 41.12
Gary Ludington 4571 31.59
Vicky Smallman 3576 24.72
Daniel Narwa 372 2.57

Dropped Out

  • Daniel Stringer [1]
  • Shawn Little [2]

Ottawa municipal election, 2003[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Shawn Little 2907 27.12
Kris Klein 2330 21.74
Gary Ludington 2217 20.68
Linda Davis 1540 14.37
Daniel Stringer 1058 9.87
David McConnell 625 5.83
Les Gangé 42 0.39

Ottawa municipal election, 2000[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Shawn Little 5721 47.32
Linda Davis 4845 40.07
Ray Kostuch 1525 12.61

1997 elections[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Shawn Little 2,968 35.03
Paul Copeland 1,809 21.35
Andre Vertes 1,605 18.94
Brenda Parris 851 10.04
Linda Kitchikeesic Juden 822 9.70
Michael Kostiuk 253 2.99
Michael Bartholomew 165 1.95
Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Linda Davis 4,440 49.84
Joan Wong 3,779 42.42
Diana Brebner 690 7.74

1994 elections[edit]

City council
Candidate Votes %
Joan Wong (X) 5,052 46.03
Shawn Little 3,643 33.19
David Goldstein 2,281 20.78
Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Linda Davis 4,071 37.64
Marian Lothian 3,579 33.09
Art Pope 3,166 29.27

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