Mississauga City Council

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Mississauga City Council
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
None
History
New session started
December 1, 2014
Leadership
Structure
Seats12
Length of term
4 years
AuthorityMunicipal Act, 2001
Salary$187,057 (mayor)
$82,831.74 (councillor)
Elections
Last election
October 22, 2018
(12 seats)
Next election
2022
(12 seats)
Meeting place
Mississauga City Council Chamber, 2009.jpg
Council Chamber
Mississauga Civic Centre
Mississauga, Ontario
Website
mississauga.ca/council

Mississauga City Council is the governing body of the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

The council consists of the mayor and 11 councillors elected to serve a four-year term. The last municipal election was held October 22, 2018 and the next will be held in 2022. All members of council, including the mayor, are also simultaneously members of the Peel Regional Council.

2018-2022[edit]

Council elected in the 2018 municipal election.[1]

Councillor Ward Notes
Bonnie Crombie Mayor
Stephen Dasko Ward 1 (Port Credit, Lakeview)
Karen Ras Ward 2 (Clarkson, Lorne Park)
Chris Fonseca Ward 3 (Rathwood, Applewood)
John Kovac Ward 4 (City Centre)
Carolyn Parrish Ward 5 (Britannia Woods, Malton)
Ron Starr Ward 6 (Erindale)
Dipika Damerla Ward 7 (Cooksville)
Matt Mahoney Ward 8 (Erin Mills)
Pat Saito Ward 9 (Meadowvale)
Sue McFadden Ward 10 (Lisgar, Churchill Meadows)
George Carlson Ward 11 (Streetsville)

2014-2018[edit]

Council elected in the 2014 municipal election and subsequent by-elections:[2]

Councillor Ward Notes
Bonnie Crombie Mayor
Jim Tovey Ward 1 (Port Credit, Lakeview) Died in office on January 15, 2018[3]
David Cook Appointed as replacement by Council on February 21, 2018[4]
Karen Ras Ward 2 (Clarkson, Lorne Park)
Chris Fonseca Ward 3 (Rathwood, Applewood)
Frank Dale Ward 4 (City Centre) Resigned in 2014 when he was appointed Chair of the Regional Municipality of Peel
John Kovac Won by-election on April 27, 2015.[5]
Carolyn Parrish Ward 5 (Britannia Woods, Malton)
Ron Starr Ward 6 (Erindale)
Nando Iannicca Ward 7 (Cooksville)
Matt Mahoney Ward 8 (Erin Mills)
Pat Saito Ward 9 (Meadowvale)
Sue McFadden Ward 10 (Lisgar, Churchill Meadows)
George Carlson Ward 11 (Streetsville)

2010-2014[edit]

Council elected in the 2010 municipal election and subsequent by-elections:

Councillor Ward Notes
Hazel McCallion Mayor
Jim Tovey Ward 1 (Port Credit)
Patricia Mullin Ward 2 (Clarkson, Lorne Park)
Chris Fonseca Ward 3 (Rathwood, Applewood)
Frank Dale Ward 4 (City Centre)
Eve Adams Ward 5 (Britannia Woods, Malton) Resigned in early 2011 to run as a Conservative candidate in the 2011 federal election.
Bonnie Crombie Won by-election on September 19, 2011.[6]
Ron Starr Ward 6 (Erindale)
Nando Iannicca Ward 7 (Cooksville)
Katie Mahoney Ward 8 (Erin Mills)
Pat Saito Ward 9 (Meadowvale)
Sue McFadden Ward 10 (Lisgar, Churchill Meadows)
George Carlson Ward 11 (Streetsville)

2006-2010[edit]

Council elected in the 2006 municipal election:

Councillor Ward Notes
Hazel McCallion Mayor
Carmen Corbasson Ward 1 (Port Credit)
Patricia Mullin Ward 2 (Clarkson, Lorne Park)
Maja Prentice Ward 3 (Rathwood, Applewood)
Frank Dale Ward 4 (City Centre)
Eve Adams Ward 5 (Britannia Woods, Malton)
Carolyn Parrish Ward 6 (Erindale)
Nando Iannicca Ward 7 (Cooksville)
Katie Mahoney Ward 8 (Erin Mills)
Pat Saito Ward 9 (Meadowvale)
Sue McFadden Ward 10 (Lisgar, Churchill Meadows)
George Carlson Ward 11 (Streetsville)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rusnov, Diana (October 26, 2018). "2018 Election, Official Results" (PDF). Mississauga Votes. Office of the City Clerk, City of Mississauga. Retrieved November 1, 2018.
  2. ^ "Mississauga Municipal Election Official Results" (PDF). City Clerk of Mississauga. 30 October 2014. Retrieved 10 November 2014.
  3. ^ Williams, Rachael (January 16, 2018). "Visionary Mississauga Councillor Jim Tovey dies at 68". Toronto Star. Retrieved February 21, 2018.
  4. ^ Williams, Rachael (February 21, 2018). "Former councillor David Cook appointed to fill Ward 1 vacancy". The Mississauga News. Retrieved February 21, 2018.
  5. ^ Clay, Chris (28 April 2015). "John Kovac wins Mississauga byelection". Toronto Star.
  6. ^ "Crombie edges out Parrish for Mississauga council seat". The Globe and Mail, September 19, 2011.

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Coordinates: 43°35′20″N 79°38′39″W / 43.58882°N 79.64406°W / 43.58882; -79.64406