List of mayors of Sudbury, Ontario

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This is a list of mayors of Sudbury, Ontario, including the suburban communities that were amalgamated with Sudbury to create the city of Greater Sudbury on January 1, 2001.

Town of Sudbury (1893 - 1930)[edit]

In Office Mayor Notes Ref
1893 Stephen Fournier [1][2]
1894 Daniel O'Connor [1]
1895 Murray Biggar [1]
1896 Stephen Fournier [2]
1897-1898 Francis Cochrane [1]
1899-1901 Thomas J. Ryan [1]
1902 Francis Cochrane [1][2]
1903-1904 Francis Foley Lemieux [1]
1905-1907 Larry O'Connor [1]
1908-1909 John McLeod [1]
1910-1911 Larry O'Connor [1]
1912-1913 John G. Henry [1]
1914-1915 Larry O'Connor [1]
1916 Thomas Travers [1]
1917-1919 Percy Morrison [1]
1920-1921 J. Alfred Laberge First mayor to have been born in the city. [1]
1922-1923 Robert H. Arthur [1]
1924-1925 Joseph Sutherland Gill [1]
1926-1927 Joseph A. Samson [1]
1928-1929 Charles Bibby [1]

City of Sudbury (1930 - 2000)[edit]

In Office Mayor Notes Ref
1930-1932 Peter Fenton [1][2]
1933-1934 W. Marr Brodie [1][2]
1935-1936 William J. Cullen [1][2]
1937-1938 John Rudd [1][2]
1939-1940 W. J. Forest [1]
1941-1951 William S. Beaton [1][2]
1952-1954 Dan Jessup [1][2]
1955-1956 Leo Landreville [1][2]
1957-1959 Joe Fabbro [1][2][3][4]
1960-1961 William R. Edgar
1962-1963 William A. Ellis
1964-1965 Joe Fabbro [4]
1966 Max Silverman
1967 Grace Hartman [5][6][7]
1968-1975 Joe Fabbro [4]
1976-1981 Jim Gordon
1981-1982 Maurice Lamoureux
1982-1991 Peter Wong
1991-2000 Jim Gordon

City of Greater Sudbury (2001-present)[edit]

In Office Mayor Notes Ref
January 1, 2001 - November 30, 2003 Jim Gordon
December 1, 2003 - November 30, 2006 David Courtemanche
December 1, 2006 - November 30, 2010 John Rodriguez
December 1, 2010 – November 30, 2014 Marianne Matichuk
December 1, 2014 – present Brian Bigger

Regional Municipality of Sudbury (1973 - 2000)[edit]

Capreol[edit]

(independent town 1918-1973, town within Regional Municipality of Sudbury 1973-2000)

  • James E. Coyne
  • Alistair MacLean
  • Harold Prescott - 1955-1969
  • Norman Fawcett - 1969-1973
  • Harold Prescott - 1973-1975
  • Frank Mazzuca - 1975-1997
  • Dave Kilgour - 1997-2000

Nickel Centre[edit]

  • Mike Solski (1973–1979)
  • Gary Lacey (1979–1982)
  • Stan Hayduk (1982–1997)
  • John Fera (1997–2000)

Coniston[edit]

(independent town 1934-1973)

  • Edgar T. Austin [1] (1934–1946)
  • Roy Snitch (1947–1952)
  • Walter Kilimnik (1953–1957)
  • William Evershed (1958–1959)
  • Maurice Beauchemin (1960–1962)
  • Mike Solski (1963–1973) - Elected mayor of the new town of Nickel Centre on the amalgamation of the independent towns of Coniston, Garson, Wahnapitae, Falconbridge, and Skead.

Falconbridge[edit]

(independent town 1957-1973)

  • John Franklin (1957–1973)

Onaping Falls[edit]

  • Earl Gilchrist
  • James Coady (1973–1983, mayor of Levack: 1964-1973)
  • Robert Parker
  • Shirley Mirka
  • Jean Guy Quesnel

Rayside-Balfour[edit]

  • Gilles Pelland (1972-1988)
  • Lionel Lalonde (1988-2000)

Valley East[edit]

(Town, 1973–1997, City 1997-2000)

  • Ray Plourde
  • Howard Armstrong
  • Jean-Yves 'John' Robert

Walden[edit]

  • Tom Davies, 1973-1981
  • Alex Fex, 1981-1982
  • Charlie White, 1982-1991
  • Terry Kett, 1991-1997
  • Dick Johnstone, 1997-2000

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac Dorian, Charles (1961). The First 75 Years, A Headline History of Sudbury, Canada. Arthur H. Stockwell Limited, Ilfracombe, Devon
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Wallace, C. M.; & Thomson, Ashley (Eds.) (1993). Sudbury: Rail Town to Regional Capital (3rd ed.). Dundurn Press. ISBN 978-1-55002-170-7.
  3. ^ Thomas, Ray and Pearsall, Kathy (1994). Sudbury. Boston Mills Press. ISBN 978-1-55046-110-7.
  4. ^ a b c "Great Lives Lived In Greater Sudbury". (January, 2005). "South Side Story" p.19
  5. ^ "Title The legacy of Grace Hartman: Honour bestowed on late mayor offers young women and girls a lasting role model to emulate." (October 16, 2001). Sudbury Star, p. A6.
  6. ^ Hinds, Mary Lou (January 30, 2002). "People: Social Activist and Mayor Grace Hartman". section15.ca.
  7. ^ "Great Lives Lived In Greater Sudbury". (January, 2005). "South Side Story" p.18