Nanaimo City Council

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The Nanaimo City Council is the governing body for the city of Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. The council consists of the mayor and eight councillors.

The councillors are councilors-at-large elected for the entire city.

Municipal elections are held every four years across the Province on the third Saturday of November.

The first woman to be mayor in Nanaimo was Joy Leach (1900-93), who defeated long-time mayor Frank Ney.

Nanaimo City Council members[edit]

Current (2014-2017)

The current city council was elected 15 November 2014.[1]

  • Bill McKay, Mayor
  • Bill Bestwick, Councillor
  • Diane Brennan, Councillor
  • Gordon Fuller, Councillor
  • Jerry Hong, Councillor
  • Jim Kipp, Councillor
  • Wendy Pratt, Councillor
  • Ian Thorpe, Councillor
  • Bill Yoachim, Councillor

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mayor & Council". Nanaimo.ca. City of Nanaimo. Retrieved 22 January 2015. 

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