2018 Ontario municipal elections

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Ontario municipal elections, 2018

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The 2018 municipal elections in Ontario were held on October 22, 2018.[1]

Voters in the province of Ontario will elect mayors, councillors, school board trustees and all other elected officials in all of the province's municipalities.

Electoral period[edit]

As per the Ontario Municipal Elections Act, 1996, nomination papers for candidates for municipal and school board elections can be filed from May 1, 2018, at which time the campaign period will begin.[2]

Nominations close on July 27, 2018 at 2 PM local time. Certification of nomination papers is to be completed by 4 PM on July 30, 2018.[1]

Voting starts on October 22 from 10 AM to 8 PM.[1]

Ranked ballots[edit]

In 2016, the provincial government passed Bill 181, the Municipal Elections Modernization Act, which permitted municipalities to adopt ranked ballots for municipal elections.[3]

London was the only municipality to use ranked ballots in the 2018 election itself, with the decision in that city being made by London City Council in 2017,[4] while Kingston and Cambridge held referendums concurrently with their 2018 elections on whether to adopt ranked ballots for the next municipal elections in 2022.[5] Both of the referendums passed, although the adoption of ranked ballots in both cities may remain in question as the referendums failed to reach the 50 per cent turnout required to make the results legally binding.[6][7]

Online voting[edit]

The 2018 elections were also noted for a significant increase in the adoption of online voting. Across Ontario, over 150 municipalities conducted their elections primarily online, with physical polling stations either abandoned entirely or limited to only a few central polling stations for voters who could not or did not want to vote online.[8]

On election day, however, 51 of those municipalities, all of which had selected Dominion Voting Systems as their online voting contractor, were affected by a technical failure. According to Dominion the company's colocation centre provider imposed a bandwidth cap, without authorization from or consultation with Dominion, due to the massive increase in voting traffic in the early evening, thus making it impossible for many voters to get through to the server between 5:00 and 7:30 p.m.[9] All of the affected municipalities extended voting for at least a few hours to compensate for the outage; several, including Pembroke, Waterloo, Prince Edward County and Greater Sudbury, opted to extend voting for a full 24 hours into the evening of October 23.[10]

Counties[edit]

Regional municipalities[edit]

Districts[edit]

Single tier municipalities[edit]

Brant[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[11] Vote %
David Bailey 4,478 47.58
Ron Eddy (x) 3,156 33.54
Don Cardy 1,133 12.04
Shawn Pratt 644 6.84

Brant County Council[edit]

Two to be elected from each ward. The results for Brant County Council are as follows:[12]

Ward 1
Candidate Vote %
John Wheat (X) 1,254 33.26
John Bradley MacAlpine 1,148 30.45
Willie Morley 958 25.41
Nick Quail 410 10.88
Ward 2
Candidate Vote %
Marc Laferriere 1,378 34.02
Steve Howes 1,211 28.99
Shirley Simons (X) 770 19.01
Steven Acheson 344 8.49
Ellay Heys 296 7.31
Phil Ogborne 52 1.28
Ward 3
Candidate Vote %
John Peirce (X) 850 27.00
John Bell 642 20.39
Marty Verhey 559 17.76
Clifford Douglas Atfield 416 13.21
Edith Stone 383 12.17
Myles D. Rusak 261 8.29
Murray Powell 37 1.18
Ward 4
Candidate Vote %
Robert Chambers (X) 1,061 37.45
David Miller (X) 960 33.89
Marilyn Baptist 548 19.34
Laura Mordaunt 264 9.32
Ward 5
Candidate Vote %
Brian Ellis Coleman (X) 1,067 32.32
Joan Gatwad (X) 994 30.11
Ella Haley 800 24.24
Owen DeBoer 440 13.33

Brantford[edit]

Map of Brantford's five wards

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[13] Vote[14] %
Kevin Davis 12,867 52.93
Chris Friel (X) 7,200 29.62
Dave Wrobel 3,345 13.76
Barbara Berardi 532 2.19
Michael Issa 186 0.77
John Turmel 128 0.53
Wayne Maw 50 0.21

Brantford City Council[edit]

Two to be elected from each ward. The map has changed slightly from 2014 due to the annexation of some territory from Brant County.[15] The results for city council are as follows:[16]

Ward 1
Candidate Vote %
Rick Weaver (X) 2,054 30.41
Jan vander Stelt 1,874 27.73
Michael Sullivan 966 14.30
Mario Lucente 889 13.16
Tracey Bucci 449 6.65
Ramandeep Khokhar 399 5.91
Amrik Deol 125 1.85
Ward 2
Candidate Vote %
John Utley (X) 2,952 28.06
John Sless (X) 2,933 27.87
Alex Felsky 1,914 18.19
Warren Bechard 976 9.28
Erica James 687 6.53
Peter Sheere 677 6.43
Sandra Anderson 383 3.64
Ward 3
Candidate Vote %
Dan McCreary (X) 4,214 37.40
Greg Martin (X) 3,477 30.86
Linda Hunt 1,717 15.24
Naser Hamed 933 8.28
Nicole Durnford 926 8.22
Ward 4
Candidate Vote %
Richard Carpenter (X) 3,842 45.69
Cheryl Antoski (X) 3,601 42.83
Rob Ferguson 671 7.98
Mike Gomon 294 3.50
Ward 5
Candidate Vote %
Brian Van Tilborg (X) 1,471 26.67
Joshua Wall 954 17.04
Mark Littell 879 15.70
John Oneill 831 14.84
Kathryn Kissinger 502 8.96
Ian Carson 236 4.21
Dustin Starchuk 233 4.16
Jeff Goreski 206 3.68
David Swanson 119 2.13
Dale Beemer 100 1.79
Michael Peterson 69 1.23

Chatham-Kent[edit]

Map of Chatham-Kent's six wards

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[17] Vote %
Darrin Canniff 19,316 56.01
Alysson Storey 9,255 26.83
Randy Hope (X) 4,722 13.69
Harold Atkinson 675 1.96
Robert Salvatore Powers 351 1.02
Allan Robert Traylor 170 0.49

Chatham-Kent Municipal Council[edit]

The results for Chatham-Kent municipal council is as follows:[18]

Ward 1 - West Kent
2 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Mark Authier (X) 1,991 39.32
Melissa Harrigan 1,682 33.22
Bryon Fluker (X) 1,050 20.74
Mark Pastorius 252 4.98
Jordan Dell 88 1.74
Ward 2 - South Kent
3 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Trevor Thompson (X) 3,723 25.26
Anthony Ceccacci 1,967 13.34
Mary Clare Latimer 1,910 12.96
Frank Vercouteren (X) 1,840 12.48
Art Stirling 1,541 10.45
Henry Svec 1,281 8.69
Tanya Bondy 1,276 8.66
Amy Ramsden Dalton 1,202 8.15
Ward 3 - East Kent
2 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Steve Pinsonneault (X) 2,541 39.48
John Wright 2,023 31.43
MaryAnn Hawthorne 1,872 29.09
Ward 4 - North Kent
2 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Joe Faas (X) 1,528 19.36
Jamie McGrail 1,506 19.08
Joey Cyples 1,418 17.97
Patricia Sylvain 1,324 16.77
Mary Anne Udvari 854 10.82
Steven Scott 605 7.67
Jessica Brooks 528 6.69
Dylan Robert McLay 130 1.65
Ward 5 - Wallaceburg
2 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Carmen McGregor (X) 1,866 36.62
Aaron Hall 1,673 32.84
Randy McNeil 818 16.05
Nicolas Cadotte 738 14.48
Ward 6 - Chatham
6 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Marjorie Crew 7,589 10.87
Michael Bondy (X) 7,552 10.82
Brock McGregor (X) 7,267 10.41
Doug Sulman (X) 6,565 9.40
Karen Kirkwood-Whyte 5,893 8.44
Amy Finn 5,753 8.24
Larry Vellinga 5,698 8.16
Don Fuoco 5,449 7.80
Sparky Leonard 4,576 6.55
Kirk Hooker 3,301 4.73
Penelope Duchesne 2,960 4.24
Chris June 2,687 3.85
Ryan Jackson 1,432 2.05
Gordon Thomas 1,127 1.61
Les Banks 740 1.06
James Thompson 668 0.96
Drew Simpson 564 0.81

Greater Sudbury[edit]

Haldimand County[edit]

Map of Haldimand County's wards

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[19] Vote %
Ken Hewitt (X) 6,578 50.26
David McClung 3,840 29.34
Lisa Taylor 2,671 20.41

Haldimand County Municipal Council[edit]

The results for Haldimand County Council are as follows:[20]

Ward 1
Candidate Vote %
Stewart Patterson 1,100 55.06
Leroy Bartlett (X) 800 40.04
Andrew Bergsma 98 4.90
Ward 2
Candidate Vote %
John Metcalfe 988 44.75
Ray Hunsinger 543 24.59
Fred Morison (X) 491 22.24
Donna Pitcher 186 8.42
Ward 3
Candidate Vote %
Dan Lawrence 1,267 39.89
Craig Grice (X) 1,160 36.52
Cheryl Beemer 749 22.58
Ward 4
Candidate Vote %
Tony Dalimonte (X) 1,470 67.77
Patrick Cook 699 32.23
Ward 5
Candidate Vote %
Rob Shirton (X) 855 57.38
Marianne Kidd 442 29.66
Joey Tingle 193 12.95
Ward 6
Candidate Vote %
Bernie Corbett (X) 1,668 77.55
Julie Marchese 483 22.45

Hamilton[edit]

Kawartha Lakes[edit]

Map of Kawartha Lakes' eight new wards

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[21] Vote[22] %
Andy Letham (X) 11,435 45.66
Gord James 9,878 39.44
Brian Junkin 2,724 10.88
Peter Weygang 1,007 4.02

Kawartha Lakes Municipal Council[edit]

For 2018, the Kawartha Lakes council will be reduced from 16 to 8 seats, plus the mayor.

The results for Kawartha Lakes council are as follows:[23]

Ward 1
Candidate Vote %
Emmett Yeo (X) 1,213 47.25
Don Logan 680 26.49
Rob Macklem (X) 479 18.66
Raymonde Blais Couture 195 7.60
Ward 2
Candidate Vote %
Kathleen Seymour-Fagan (X) 1,112 35.29
Stephen Slack 883 26.44
Afe Helleman 615 19.52
John Snider 373 11.84
Jim Greensides 143 4.54
Leslie Mieszkowski 75 2.38
Ward 3
Candidate Vote %
Doug Elmslie (X) 2,047 63.20
Roger McInnis 810 25.01
Stephen Clarke 382 11.79
Ward 4
Candidate Vote %
Andrew Veale (X) 1,195 47.59
Ian Nicolson 763 30.39
John Pollard (X) 365 14.54
George Davidson 188 7.49
Ward 5
Candidate Vote %
Pat Dunn (X) 1,403 34.93
Duncan Gallacher 1,049 26.11
John Hagarty 919 22.88
Derrick Camphorst 646 16.08
Ward 6
Candidate Vote %
Ron Ashmore 666 20.58
Pat Warren 571 17.65
Gerard Jilesen (X) 527 16.29
Jeffery Farquhar 462 14.28
Emily Nigro 374 11.56
Mary Ann Martin (X) 347 10.72
Al Robb 289 8.93
Ward 7
Candidate Vote %
Patrick O'Reilly (X) 2,832 72.28
Charles Clarke 1,086 27.72
Ward 8
Candidate Vote %
Tracy Richardson 815 36.35
Heather Stauble (X) 670 29.88
Jack Morrison 314 14.01
David Watson 207 9.23
Wayne Hunt 183 8.16
Michelle Murphy-Ward 53 2.36

Norfolk County[edit]

The following are the results for Norfolk County.[24]

Map of Norfolk County's wards

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate Vote %
Kristal Chopp 10,838 53.95
Charlie Luke (X) 8,646 43.04
Russell Colebrook 604 3.01

Municipal Councillors[edit]

There were some slight alterations to Norfolk County's ward map.[25]

Ward 1
Candidate Vote %
Tom Masschaele 547 25.94
John Henderson 523 24.80
Ted Mole 498 23.61
John Peazel 235 11.14
Doug McArthur 150 7.11
Daniel Wagner 117 5.55
Michael Toth 39 1.85
Ward 2
Candidate Vote %
Roger Geysens (X) 720 45.63
Matt Devos 582 36.88
Joe Murphy 276 17.49
Ward 3
Candidate Vote %
Michael Columbus 1,249 54.95
Darryl Smart 477 20.99
Leslie Berta 273 12.01
Albert Guiler 221 9.72
Tim Sullivan 53 2.33
Ward 4
Candidate Vote %
Chris Van Paassen 1,089 52.51
Dean Morrison 913 44.02
Thomas Ferris 72 3.47
Ward 5
2 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Ian Rabbitts 3,007 33.10
Ryan Taylor 1,616 17.79
Doug Brunton (X) 1,542 16.97
Peter Black (X) 1,227 13.51
Doreen Oates 960 10.57
Rick Dixon 733 8.08
Ward 6
Candidate Vote %
Amy Martin 2,242 51.00
Adam Veri 912 20.75
John Wells (X) 323 7.35
Doug Long 282 6.41
Jeff Miller 233 5.30
Gary Muntz 230 5.23
Rick Misner 174 3.96
Ward 7
Candidate Vote %
Kim Huffman 1,197 50.87
Jean Montgomery 1,156 49.13

Ottawa[edit]

Prince Edward County[edit]

Mayor[edit]

The following are the results for Prince Edward County.[26]

Candidate Vote %
Steve Ferguson 4,981 50.17
Dianne O'Brien 4,043 40.72
Richard Whiten 904 9.11

Toronto[edit]

Separated municipalities[edit]

Barrie[edit]

Map of Barrie's 10 wards

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[27] Vote %
Jeff Lehman (X) 24,854 90.97
Ram Faerber 2,467 9.03

Source: [28]

Barrie City Council[edit]

The results for Barrie City Council are as follows:[29]

Ward 1
Candidate Vote %
Clare Riepma 974 29.70
Shaughna Ainsworth 852 25.98
Ryan Cardwell 514 15.68
Ann-Marie Kungl 370 11.28
Dusko Jankov 186 5.67
Graham Allary 176 5.37
Avery Konda 113 3.45
Erin Hennigar 61 1.86
Cole Walsh 33 1.01
Ward 2
Candidate Vote %
Keenan Aylwin 1,766 42.04
Richard Forward 1,359 32.35
Rose Romita (X) 877 20.88
Yolanda T. Gallo 199 4.74
Ward 3
Candidate Vote %
Doug Shipley (X) 1,614 69.99
Tanya Saari 415 18.00
Lynne-Anne Hill 277 12.01
Ward 4
Candidate Vote %
Barry Ward (X) 1,477 50.36
Bryan Harris 1,010 34.44
Daniel Boucher 446 15.21
Ward 5
Candidate Vote %
Robert Thomson 1,355 55.22
Peter Silveira (X) 942 38.39
Brandon Cassidy 87 2.85
Harry Ahmed 70 2.85
Ward 6
Candidate Vote %
Natalie Harris 1,042 39.23
Steve Trotter (X) 937 35.28
Micheline Robichaud 524 19.73
Colin Nelthorpe 153 5.76
Ward 7
Candidate Vote %
Gary Harvey 1,066 46.94
Andrew Prince (X) 776 34.17
Bonnie North 362 15.94
John McEachern 67 2.95
Ward 8
Candidate Vote %
Jim Harris 998 30.78
Brad Thompson 989 30.51
Brian Miller 755 23.29
Shelly Skinner 500 15.42
Ward 9
Candidate Vote %
Sergio Morales (X) Acclaimed
Ward 10
Candidate Vote %
Mike McCann (X) 1,719 69.18
John Olthuis 680 27.36
Peter Culyer 86 3.46

Belleville[edit]

Map of Belleville's wards

The following are the results for Belleville.[30]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate Vote %
Mitch Panciuk 5,238 36.06
Taso Christopher (X) 3,688 25.39
Egerton Boyce 3,132 21.56
Jodie Jenkins 2,469 17.00

Councillors[edit]

Ward 1 - Belleville
Candidate Vote %
Ryan Williams 6,168 11.43
Garnet Thompson (X) 5,839 10.82
Pat Culhane 5,594 10.36
Chris Malette 5,498 10.19
Kelly McCaw (X) 4,905 9.09
Sean Kelly 4,713 8.73
Tyler Allsopp 3,891 7.21
Carol Feeney 2,998 5.55
Paul Martin 2,567 4.76
Brigitte Muir 2,228 4.13
Richard Black 1,744 3.23
Michael Graham 1,664 3.08
Danny Morrison 1,643 3.04
Jeremy Davis 1,490 2.76
Stanley Jones 1,407 2.61
Paul Bell 1,096 2.03
Curtis Hayes 527 0.98
Ward 2 - Thurlow
Candidate Vote %
Paul Carr (X) 1,979 33.18
Bill Sandison 1,201 20.14
Kathryn Brown 867 14.54
Lisa Warriner 805 13.50
Nicholas Mulhall 585 9.81
Barry Robinson 527 8.84

Brockville[edit]

The following are the results for Brockville.[31]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate Vote %
Jason Baker 3,033 38.87
Mark Oliver 3,014 38.63
Cec Drake 1,356 17.38
Kelly Cole 286 3.67

Councillors[edit]

Eight Councillors were elected.

Candidate Vote %
Matt Wren 4,432 8.83
Cameron Wales 4,119 8.21
Mike Kalivas (X) 4,054 8.08
Jane Fullarton (X) 3,806 7.59
Larry Journal 3,126 6.23
Jeffrey Earle (X) 3,043 6.07
Nathalie Lavergne 2,993 5.97
Leigh Bursey (X) 2,843 5.67
Joy Sterritt 2,830 5.64
Jessica Barabash 2,759 5.50
Philip Deery 2,533 5.05
Naomi McNeill 1,967 3.92
Bud Eyre 1,606 3.20
Tony Barnes 1,486 2.96
Mark Darrah 1,444 2.88
Willy Stevenson 1,436 2.86
John Henderson 1,386 2.76
Robert Shannon 1,360 2.71
Matthew Blair 1,059 2.11
Jeff Severson 1,014 2.02
Ralph Legere 823 1.64

Cornwall[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[32] Vote %
Bernadette Clement 6,688 53.86
David Murphy 3,042 24.50
Leslie O'Shaughnessy (X) 2,450 19.73
Nicole Spahich 238 1.92

Cornwall City Council[edit]

The results for Cornwall city council are as follows:[33]

At-large
10 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Justin Towndale (X) 5,323 6.78
Elaine MacDonald (X) 4,715 6.00
Carilyne Hébert (X) 4,485 5.71
Maurice Dupelle (X) 4,365 5.56
Claude McIntosh (X) 4,331 5.51
Eric Bergeron 3,999 5.09
Glen Garry Grant 3,673 4.68
Todd Bennett 3,652 4.65
Syd Gardiner 3,424 4.36
Dean Hollingsworth 3,361 4.28
Denis Carr (X) 3,356 4.27
Kelly Bergeron 3,224 4.11
Heather Megill 2,717 3.46
Claude Poirier 2,709 3.45
Alex de Wit 2,570 3.27
Gérald E. Samson 2,469 3.14
Carson Andrews 2,282 2.91
Mark A. MacDonald (X) 2,154 2.74
Kyle Bergeron 2,095 2.67
Patrick Dussault 1,906 2.43
Carol A. Boileau 1,893 2.41
Jack Lindsay 1,780 2.27
Keith Frost 1,604 2.04
Mary Jane Proulx 1,532 1.95
Ellen Crothers 1,148 1.46
John Rattray 1,056 1.34
Amani Aburamadan 646 0.82
Bernie M. Brunette 624 0.79
Ryan Acheson 540 0.69
William Douglas Beattie 489 0.61
James Brent Charles 422 0.54

Gananoque[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[34] Vote %
Ted Lojko 862 40.19
John S. Beddows 420 19.58
Jim Garrah 376 17.53
Brian Brooks 275 12.82
Christine Milks 212 9.88

Guelph[edit]

Map of Guelph's six wards

Mayor[edit]

Candidate Vote %
Cam Guthrie (X) 22,203 66.57
Aggie Mlynarz 11,149 33.43

Guelph City Council[edit]

Two councillors to be elected in each ward. Results for Guelph city council are as follows.

Ward 1
Candidate Vote %
Dan Gibson (X) 3,033 27.18
Bob Bell (X) 2,361 21.16
Barbara Mann 1,898 17.01
Charlene Downey 1,748 15.67
Jamie Killingsworth 1,057 9.47
Mark Gernon 737 6.61
Jack Thornton 172 1.54
Dave Heffernan 151 1.35
Ward 2
Candidate Vote %
James Gordon (X) 3,009 30.59
Rodrigo Goller 2,728 27.74
Jonathan Knowles 1,591 16.18
Dorothe Fair 1,341 13.63
Mary Thring 996 10.13
Sudha Sharma 170 1.73
Ward 3
Candidate Vote %
Phil Alt (X) 3,187 36.74
June Hofland (X) 2,764 31.86
Patrick Sheridan 1,319 15.20
Jason Dodge 1,054 12.15
Steven Petric 351 4.05
Ward 4
Candidate Vote %
Christine Billings (X) 2,330 26.63
Mike Salisbury (X) 1,702 19.45
Indu Arora 1,501 17.15
Peter Hamtak 945 10.80
Matt Saunders 877 10.02
Brendan Clark 702 8.02
Eli Ridder 694 7.93
Ward 5
Candidate Vote %
Leanne Piper (X) 3,719 41.29
Cathy Downer (X) 3,525 39.14
Alex Green 1,762 19.56
Ward 6
Candidate Vote %
Dominique O'Rourke 4,133 36.57
Mark MacKinnon (X) 3,137 27.75
Stacy Cooper 2,012 17.80
Anshu Khurana 870 7.70
Usha Arora 745 6.59
Lise Burcher 406 3.59

Kingston[edit]

Map of Kingston's 12 districts

Referendum[edit]

Referendum on ranked ballots. The "yes" side won decidedly with 62%, but the turnout to make the referendum binding did not reach the 50% mark. However, Kingston City Council has promised to pursue the matter anyway.[35]

Choice [36] Vote %
Yes 20,642 62.00
No 12,161 37.00

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[37] Vote %
Bryan Paterson (X) 23,708 69.03
Vicki Shmolka 7,545 21.97
Rob Matheson 2,529 7.36
Eric Lee 564 1.64

Kingston City Council[edit]

The results for Kingston city council are as follows:[38]

Countryside District 1
Candidate Vote %
Gary Oosterhof (X) 1,171 41.64
Louis Cyr 1,080 38.41
Jeff Scott 561 19.95
Loyalist-Cataraqui District 2
Candidate Vote %
Simon Chapelle 1,527 49.79
Bittu George 861 28.07
Stephanie Drapeau 385 12.55
Georgina Riel 294 9.59
Collins-Bayridge District 3
Candidate Vote %
Lisa Osanic (X) 2,322 67.91
Don Amos 1,097 32.09
Lakeside District 4
Candidate Vote %
Wayne Hill 1,958 52.01
Chris Morris 591 15.70
Ashley Johnson 529 14.05
Joran Morelli 503 13.36
Dave McKenna 126 3.35
Ed Smith 58 1.54
Portsmouth District 5
Candidate Vote %
Bridget Doherty 1,410 54.69
Chris Ball 584 22.65
David Dossett 424 16.45
Alexandra de Haas 96 3.72
Carly Francke 64 2.48
Trillium District 6
Candidate Vote %
Robert Kiley 1,508 42.49
Jimmy Hassan 1,249 35.19
Jim Hoover 436 12.29
Floyd Patterson 356 10.03
Kingscourt-Rideau District 7
Candidate Vote %
Mary Rita Holland (X) 1,007 45.20
Cheryl-anne Dorey Bennett 688 30.88
Darryl McIntosh 533 23.92
Meadowbrook-Strathcona District 8
Candidate Vote %
Jeff McLaren (X) 1,927 62.38
Taylor Pearce 1,162 37.62
Williamsville District 9
Candidate Vote %
Jim Neill (X) 932 50.98
Vincent Cinanni 742 40.59
Andre Imbeault 154 8.42
Sydenham District 10
Candidate Vote %
Peter Stroud (X) 1,141 64.57
Dylan Chenier 380 21.51
Steve France 171 9.68
Matt Gaiser 75 4.24
King's Town District 11
Candidate Vote %
Rob Hutchison (X) 2,001 80.43
Byron Emmons 487 19.57
Pittsburgh District 12
Candidate Vote %
Ryan Nelson Boehme (X) Acclaimed

London[edit]

Orillia[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[39] Vote %
Steve Clarke (X) 5,710 66.98
Gord Launchbury 2,815 33.02

Pelee[edit]

The results for Pelee Island were as follows:

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate Vote %
Raymond Durocher Acclaimed

Peterborough[edit]

The following are the results for Peterborough.[40]

Map of Peterborough's five wards

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[41] Vote %
Diane Therrien 19,254 68.98
Daryl Bennett (X) 8,659 31.02

Councillors[edit]

Two councillors were elected from each of the 5 wards.

Ward 1 - Otonabee
Candidate Vote %
Kim Zippel 2,709 28.01
Lesley Parnell (X) 2,405 24.87
Bob Hall 2,045 21.15
Brock Grills 1,427 14.76
Ryan Waudby 895 9.26
Jason Wallwork 189 1.95
Ward 2 - Monaghan
Candidate Vote %
Don Vassiliadis (X) 3,066 27.39
Henry Clarke (X) 2,655 23.72
Jeff Westlake 2,439 21.79
Charmaine Magumbe 1,813 16.20
Dave McGowan 1,219 10.89
Ward 3 - Town
Candidate Vote %
Dean Pappas (X) 3,404 36.66
Kemi Akapo 2,718 29.27
Jim Russell 1,354 14.58
Jane Davidson 1,089 11.73
Jenny Lanciault 721 7.76
Ward 4 - Ashburnham
Candidate Vote %
Gary Baldwin (X) 3,095 30.82
Keith Riel (X) 2,833 28.21
Paul Rellinger 1,653 16.46
Sheila Wood 1,501 14.95
Ian Peddle 959 9.55
Ward 5 - Northcrest
Candidate Vote %
Andrew Beamer (X) 3,742 33.47
Stephen Wright 3,399 30.40
Dave Haacke (X) 2,548 22.79
Zach Hatton 1,492 13.34

Pembroke[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[42] Vote %
Michael LeMay (X) 2,893 67.40
Paul Kelly 1,399 32.60

Prescott[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[43] Vote %
Brett Todd (X) Acclaimed

Quinte West[edit]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[44] Vote %
Jim Harrison (X) 7,019 67.17
Duncan Armstrong 3,429 32.82

Quinte West City Council[edit]

Elections results for Quinte West city council are as follows:

Ward 1 - Trenton
5 to be elected[45]
Candidate Vote %
Michael Kotsovos (X) 2,318 15.81
Sally Freeman (X) 2,288 15.61
David Hugh O'Neil 2,090 14.26
Fred Kuypers (X) 1,957 13.35
Leslie Roseblade 1,600 10.91
Mark Kennedy 1,420 9.69
Andre deVries 1,262 8.61
Paul Bordonaro 676 4.61
Tyler Rickey 626 4.27
Stuart Gilboord 422 2.88
Ward 2 - Sidney
4 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Karen Sharpe (X) 2,183 20.27
Allan DeWitt (X) 1,725 16.02
Terry R. F. Cassidy 1,555 14.44
Don Kuntze (X) 1,315 12.21
Garry Quinn (X) 1,229 11.41
Paul Kyte 1,225 11.37
Ernst Kuglin 1,046 9.71
Fred Keating 492 4.57
Ward 3 - Murray
2 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
David McCue (X) Acclaimed
Jim Alyea (X) Acclaimed
Ward 4 - Frankford
Candidate Vote %
Lynda Reid 400 53.05
Gregg Covell 178 23.61
Rob MacIntosh 176 23.34

St. Marys[edit]

Candidate Vote %
Al Strathdee (X) Acclaimed

Stratford[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[46] Vote %
Dan Mathieson (X) 7,837 68.93
Tom Drake 2,174 19.12
Andrew Fraser 1,358 11.94

Smiths Falls[edit]

Mayoral Candidate[47] Vote %
Shawn Pankow (X) 2,120 66.69
Joe Gallipeau 1,059 33.31

St. Thomas[edit]

Source: [48]

Mayor[edit]

Mayoral Candidate Vote %
Joe Preston 3,731 36.55
Heather Jackson (X) 3,189 31.24
Stephen Wookey 2,949 28.89
Malichi Malé 338 3.31

St. Thomas City Council[edit]

The results for St. Thomas city council are as follows:

At-large
8 to be elected
Candidate Vote %
Steve Peters 8,197 13.58
Jeff Kohler (X) 5,888 9.76
Gary Clarke (X) 5,032 8.34
Lori Baldwin-Sands 5,019 8.32
Linda Stevenson (X) 4,080 6.76
Mark Tinlin (X) 3,939 6.53
Joan Rymal (X) 3,477 5.76
Jim Herbert 3,417 5.66
John Laverty 3,036 5.03
Rose Gibson 2,927 4.85
Lesley Buchanan 2,607 4.32
David Mathers 2,423 4.01
Serge Lavoie 2,296 3.80
Petrusia Hontar 1,995 3.31
Timothy Hedden 1,711 2.83
Greg Graham 1,496 2.48
Kevin Smith 1,190 1.97
James Murray 842 1.40
Michael Manary 785 1.30

Windsor[edit]


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