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Ottawa mayoral election, 2014
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Turnout39.92%
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Nominee Jim Watson Mike Maguire
Popular vote 189,253 46,341
Percentage 76.20% 18.66%

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Mayor before election

Jim Watson

Elected Mayor

Jim Watson

The Ottawa municipal election was held on October 27, 2014 to elect the mayor of Ottawa, Ottawa City Council and the Ottawa-Carleton Public and Catholic School Boards. The election was held on the same day as elections in every other municipality in Ontario.

Mayoral candidates[edit]

Bernard Couchman[edit]

Nominated July 23.[1] Immigrant from Guyana; operates a marketing company.[2]

Mike Maguire[edit]

2010 mayoral candidate Mike Maguire announced he was running for mayor and was nominated on January 7, 2014.[3][4] He launched his official campaign on June 25[5]

Rebecca Pyrah[edit]

Prostate cancer activist and Carleton University student.[6] Nominated September 11.

Michael St. Arnaud[edit]

Ran for mayor in 2010, winning 0.07% of the vote. Nominated September 11.

Anwar Syed[edit]

Engineer born in Aurangabad, India and emigrated to Canada in 1999. Ran as an independent in the Canadian federal election, 2006 in Ottawa Centre, placing sixth with 0.2%.[7] He was nominated August 15.

Jim Watson[edit]

Mayor Jim Watson declared his intention and ran again for election.[8] He was nominated on March 24[9] and launched his campaign on April 27.[10]

Robert White[edit]

White was nominated for mayor in 2010 but dropped out after a month. He was nominated on June 27.[11]

Darren W. Wood[edit]

Wood, originally from Niagara Falls, ran as an independent in the 1999 provincial election (in Niagara Falls). He also ran for mayor of Niagara Falls in 2003[12] and for Niagara Falls city council in 2006.[13] Wood had been nominated to run for city council in Stittsville Ward, but was nominated for mayor on July 17.[14]

Dropped out[edit]

Robert Gilles Gauthier[edit]

Ran for numerous offices including mayor in 1997 and 2010. He was nominated on April 29.[15] He later dropped out of the running.

Polls[edit]

Polling Date(s) Firm Jim Watson Mike Maguire Darren Wood Anwar Syed Other Undecided Source
Sept 18 Forum Research 44 17 1 3 5 30 PDF

Mayoral results[edit]

Mayoral candidate Vote %
    Jim Watson (X) 189,253 76.20
    Mike Maguire 46,341 18.66
    Anwar Syed 3,473 1.40
    Rebecca Pyrah 2,840 1.14
    Robert White 1,815 0.73
    Darren W. Wood 1,764 0.71
    Michael St. Arnaud 1,628 0.66
    Bernard Couchman 1,255 0.51

Note: Colour corresponds to main campaign colour. "(X)" denotes incumbent.

Results by ward[edit]

Ward Couchman Maguire Pyrah St. Arnaud Syed Watson White Wood
Orléans 56 1935 127 125 92 10536 86 96
Innes 46 1735 113 141 120 10279 58 66
Barrhaven 68 2460 95 35 130 8379 69 78
Kanata North 41 1807 114 35 194 7726 79 67
West Carleton-March 24 2765 76 23 36 5251 68 86
Stittsville 29 2331 74 27 60 5745 63 53
Bay 73 2205 141 55 190 9140 95 78
College 70 2710 160 50 90 9627 112 104
Knoxdale-Merivale 47 2121 86 25 91 6946 66 61
Gloucester-Southgate 44 1742 108 73 406 8259 106 62
Beacon Hill-Cyrville 50 1336 106 85 87 6815 65 61
Rideau-Vanier 100 1041 246 211 162 8136 89 105
Rideau-Rockcliffe 93 1215 165 138 129 8138 100 90
Somerset 66 909 176 86 194 7563 73 101
Kitchissippi 56 1649 169 46 133 10979 66 68
River 65 1852 116 58 187 8501 85 68
Capital 53 998 140 41 142 7743 36 49
Alta Vista 56 1719 105 65 228 8766 72 74
Cumberland 64 1773 100 127 124 8845 110 96
Osgoode 28 3016 90 18 33 5002 85 78
Rideau-Goulbourn 19 3191 45 15 35 4771 32 36
Gloucester-South Nepean 32 1929 85 60 387 7848 72 63
Kanata South 38 2522 120 42 132 8444 72 75

City Council[edit]

Orléans Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Bob Monette ran for re-election.[16]

Nominated:

  • R. Gordon Jensen - retired naval officer[17][18]
  • Bob Monette - incumbent councillor
  • Jennifer Robitaille - ran in this ward in 2010, winning 14%

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Bob Monette (X) 10,662 75.47
    Jennifer Robitaille 2,546 18.02
    R. Gordon Jensen 919 6.51

Innes Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Rainer Bloess did not run for re-election.[19]

Nominated:

Dropped out:

  • Mathieu Fortin[22]
  • Roland Stieda

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jody Mitic 4,294 33.01
    Laura Dudas 2,535 19.49
    François Trépanier 2,117 16.27
    Fred Sherwin 1,974 15.18
    Chantal Lecours 626 4.81
    Eldon Holder 544 4.18
    Teresa Whitmore 466 3.58
    Chris Fraser 385 2.96
    Andrew Modray 67 0.52

Barrhaven Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Jan Harder ran for re-election.

Nominated:

  • Ian Bursey
  • Jan Harder - incumbent councillor
  • Syed Asghar Hussain

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jan Harder (X) 8,686 75.50
    Ian Burrsey 2,490 21.64
    Syed Asghar Hussain 328 2.85

Kanata North Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Marianne Wilkinson ran for re-election.[23]

Nominated:

  • Matt Muirhead[24] - Teacher;[25] Ran in this ward in 2006
  • Jeff Seeton[26] - Tech entrepreneur;[27] Ran in this ward in 2006 and 2010
  • Marianne Wilkinson - incumbent councillor

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Marianne Wilkinson (X) 4,751 46.21
    Matt Muirhead 3,467 33.72
    Jeff Seeton 2,063 20.07

West Carleton-March Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Eli El-Chantiry ran for re-election.

Nominated:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Eli El-Chantiry (X) 4,808 56.87
    Jonathan Mark 2,999 35.47
    Brendan Gorman 270 3.19
    James Parsons 193 2.28
    Alexander Aronec 185 2.19

Stittsville Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Shad Qadri ran for re-election.[29]

Nominated:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Shad Qadri (X) 5,182 60.94
    David Lee 3,322 39.06

Bay Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Mark Taylor ran for re-election.[30]

Nominated:

  • Alex Cullen - former city councillor for this ward
  • George Guirguis
  • Brendan Mertens
  • Michael Pastien
  • Trevor Robinson
  • Mark Taylor - incumbent

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Mark Taylor (X) 5,750 46.75
    Alex Cullen 5,276 42.89
    George Guirguis 498 4.05
    Trevor Robinson 482 3.92
    Michael Pastien 151 1.23
    Brendan Mertens 143 1.16

College Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Rick Chiarelli ran for re-election.

Nominated:

  • Guy Annable
  • Rick Chiarelli - incumbent councillor
  • Craig MacAulay
  • Scott Andrew McLarens

Dropped out:

  • Basil Swedani

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Rick Chiarelli (X) 9,601 70.39
    Guy Annable 2,084 15.28
    Craig MacAulay 1,065 7.81
    Scott Andrew McLarens 889 6.52

Knoxdale-Merivale Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Keith Egli ran for re-election.[31]

Nominated:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Keith Egli (X) 7,128 73.22
    Cristian Lambiri 2,607 26.78

Gloucester-Southgate Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Diane Deans ran for re-election.[35]

Nominated:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Diane Deans (X) 6,251 56.27
    Lilly Obina 2,397 21.58
    Brad Pye 963 8.67
    Rodaina Chahrour 952 8.57
    Mohamed Roble 401 3.61
    George Marko 102 0.92
    Meladul Haq Ahmadzai 43 0.39

Beacon Hill-Cyrville Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Tim Tierney ran for re-election.[38]

Nominated:

  • Francesca D'Ambrosio
  • Nicolas Séguin
  • Tim Tierney - incumbent councillor
  • Michel Tardif
  • Rene Tessier

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Tim Tierney (X) 7,162 82.11
    Michel Tardif 518 5.94
    Francesca D'Ambrosio 433 4.96
    Nicolas Séguin 421 4.83
    Rene Tessier 188 2.16

Rideau-Vanier Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Mathieu Fleury ran for re-election.[39]

Nominated:

  • George Atanga
  • Marc Aubin - former president of the Lowertown Community Association[40]
  • Mathieu Fleury - incumbent councillor
  • Catherine Fortin LeFaivre - communications director at a national not-for-profit[41]
  • David George Oldham
  • Marc Vinette

Dropped out

  • Jeff Pierce

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Mathieu Fleury (X) 5,526 51.54
    Marc Aubin 3,571 33.31
    Catherine Fortin LeFaivre 1,362 12.70
    David-George Oldham 102 0.95
    George Atanga 81 0.76
    Marc Vinette 79 0.74

Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Peter D. Clark ran for re-election.[42]

Nominated:

  • Peter D. Clark - incumbent councillor
  • Cam Holmstrom - Metis resident of ward, Teacher, Legislative Assistant to Quebec NDP MP Romeo Saganash[43]
  • Jevone Nicholas - Former president of the Vanier Community Association, and federal public servant[44]
  • Tobi Nussbaum[45][46] - public servant[47]
  • Sheila Perry - former Overbrook Community Association President[48]
  • Penny Thompson

Dropped out:

  • Marc Belisle

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Tobi Nussbaum 4,846 47.19
    Peter D. Clark (X) 1,871 18.22
    Sheila Perry 1,423 13.86
    Penny Thompson 994 9.68
    Jevone Nicholas 846 8.24
    Cam Holmstrom 290 2.82

Somerset Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Diane Holmes retired.[49]

Nominated:

  • Martin Canning - Consultant and environmentalist[50]
  • Edward Conway - Lawyer[50]
  • Catherine McKenney[51] - Former aide to the deputy city manager, former assistant to Holmes.[50]
  • Thomas McVeigh - Former head of the Centretown Citizens Community Association[50]
  • Conor Meade - Entrepreneur[50]
  • Jeff Morrison[52] - Former president of the Centretown Community Health Centre[50]
  • Sandro Provenzano
  • Silviu Riley - IT worker[50]
  • Denis Schryburt[53] - Gay-community activist[50]
  • Curtis Tom
  • Lili V. Weemen

Dropped out:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Catherine McKenney 3,997 40.13
    Jeff Morrison 1,681 16.88
    Martin Canning 1,631 16.38
    Conor Meade 807 8.10
    Edward Conway 576 5.78
    Thomas McVeigh 434 4.36
    Lili V. Weemen 292 3.94
    Denis Schryburt 223 2.24
    Sandro Provenzano 99 0.99
    Curtis Tom 77 0.77
    Silviu Riley 43 0.43

Kitchissippi Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Katherine Hobbs ran for re-election.[54]

Nominated:

Dropped out:

  • Dovi Chein

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jeff Leiper 7,557 55.36
    Katherine Hobbs (X) 4,197 30.75
    Michelle Reimer 1,530 11.21
    Ellen Lougheed 272 1.99
    Larry Wasslenn 95 0.70

River Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Maria McRae did not run for re-election.[57]

Nominated:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Riley Brockington 3,997 36.38
    Vanessa Nicki Sutton 1,897 17.27
    Mike Patton 1,427 12.99
    Barbara Carroll 1,270 11.56
    Antonio Giannetti 1,032 9.39
    Michael Kostiuk 614 5.59
    Jeff Koscik 239 2.18
    Don Francis 227 2.07
    Colin Pennie 171 1.56
    Bruce Winchester 112 1.02

Capital Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor David Chernushenko ran for re-election.[58]

Nominated:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    David Chernushenko (X) 7,206 77.35
    Scott Blurton 1,788 19.19
    Espoir Manirambona 322 3.46

Alta Vista Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Peter Hume did not run for re-election.[59]

Nominated:

Dropped out:

  • Peter Hume - incumbent councillor
  • Douglas William Smith

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Jean Cloutier 5,295 47.37
    Clinton Cowan 3,287 29.40
    Hussein Mahmoud 1,600 14.31
    Daher Muse Calin 263 2.35
    Brandon Scharfe 195 1.74
    Jeff Dubois 169 1.51
    Perry Marleau 159 1.42
    Adam Bowick 112 1.00
    John Redins 99 0.89

Cumberland Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Stephen Blais ran for re-election.[61]

Nominated:

  • Stephen Blais - incumbent councillor
  • Marc Belisle (originally running in Rideau-Rockcliffe)

Dropped out:

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Stephen Blais (X) 9,446 78.03
    Marc Belisle 2,659 21.97

Osgoode Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Doug Thompson declined to run for re-election.[63]

Nominated:

  • George Darouze
  • Tom Dawson
  • Davis Jermacans
  • Jean Johnston-McKitterick
  • Liam Maguire, brother of mayoral candidate Mike Maguire
  • Bob Masaro
  • Allen Scantland
  • Mark Scharfe
  • Kim Sheldrick
  • Paul St. Jean
  • George Wright

Dropped out:

  • Justin Campbell
  • Bruce Faulkner

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    George Darouze 1,783 21.06
    George Wright 1,309 15.46
    Jean Johnston-McKitterick 1,158 13.68
    Liam Maguire 1,146 13.54
    Tom Dawson 1,097 12.96
    Davis Jermacans 1,064 12.57
    Mark Scharfe 327 3.86
    Kim Sheldrick 293 3.46
    Bob Masaro 215 2.54
    Paul St. Jean 45 0.53
    Allen Scantland 28 0.33

Rideau-Goulbourn Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Scott Moffatt ran for re-election.[64]

Nominated

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Scott Moffatt (X) 5,137 62.26
    Daniel Scharf 3,114 37.74

Gloucester-South Nepean Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Steve Desroches did not run for re-election.[65]

Nominated:

Dropped out:

  • Michael Falardeau

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Michael Qaqish 4,138 38.58
    Jason Kelly 1,942 18.11
    Susan Sherring 1,854 17.29
    Scott Hodge 1,630 15.20
    Bader Rashed 1,040 9.70
    Roger Scharfe 63 0.59
    Kevin Fulsom 59 0.55

Kanata South Ward[edit]

Incumbent councillor Allan Hubley ran for re-election.[69]

Nominated

  • David Abuwa
  • Allan Hubley - incumbent councillor
  • Bruce Anthony Faulkner

Results:

Council candidate Vote %
    Allan Hubley (X) 9,710 84.69
    Bruce Anthony Faulkner 1,362 11.88
    David Abuwa 394 3.44

School Board Trustee[edit]

Ottawa Catholic School Board[edit]

Zone map
Zone 1 Vote %
John Curry (X) 4,034 54.92
Ken Gordon 1,398 19.03
Christine Pastien 1,339 18.23
Martin Tate 574 7.81
Zone 2 Vote %
Sandra Moore 2,464 56.04
Tom Dewar 1,933 43.96
Zone 3 Vote %
Brian Coburn (X) 3,256 67.57
Ellen Faddoul 1,563 32.43
Zone 4 Vote %
Andrea Steenbakkers 2,044 37.94
Spencer Warren 1,781 33.05
Greg Deernsted 1,563 29.01
Zone 5 Vote %
Joanne MacEwan (X) Acclaimed
Zone 6 Vote %
Elaine McMahon 2,319 45.86
Julia Muggeridge 1,706 33.74
Andrew Beattie 1,032 20.41
Zone 7 Vote %
Betty-Ann Kealey (X) 1,816 56.35
Kevin J. O'Shaughnessy 848 26.31
John McNally 559 17.34
Zone 8 Vote %
Mark D. Mullan (X) 2,019 52.46
Chris Kelly 1,830 47.54
Zone 9 Vote %
Kathy Ablett (X) 2,322 77.63
Jason Renaud 669 22.37
Zone 10 Vote %
Thérèse Maloney Cousineau (X) 1,347 53.41
O'Neil Brooke 1,175 46.59

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board[edit]

OCDSB Zone Map
Zone 1 Vote %
Lynn Scott (X) 8,225 49.98
Sue Grant 5,423 32.95
Todd Johnson 1,982 12.04
Andrea Ingham 828 5.03
Zone 2 Vote %
Christine Boothby (X) Acclaimed
Zone 3 Vote %
Donna Blackburn (X) 8,597 68.08
Kimberly Bouffard 2,000 15.84
Chi Siu 1,202 9.52
Ashok Kumar Kalra 828 6.56
Zone 4 Vote %
Theresa Kavanagh (X) 6,906 81.16
Calvin Palen 1,603 18.84
Zone 5 Vote %
Anita Olesen Harper 3,792 45.18
David Foltin 2,451 29.20
Jeremy Wittet 2,150 25.62
Zone 6 Vote %
Chris Ellis 10,456 90.60
Talis-Ilmars Brauns 1,085 9.40
Zone 7 Vote %
Mark Fisher (X) 9,493 54.08
Jennifer Jennekens 3,366 19.18
Lori Daneliak 3,049 17.37
Jerrett DeFazio 1,200 6.84
Curtis Bulatovich 446 2.54
Zone 8 Vote %
Keith Penny 4,665 45.81
Virginia Quinn 3,793 37.24
Pat Ready 1,726 16.95
Zone 9 Vote %
Shawn Menard Acclaimed
Zone 10 Vote %
Erica Braunovan 8,633 59.44
Guy Hughes 2,073 14.27
Daniel Nugent 1,578 10.86
Colin Leger 1,333 9.18
Idris Ben-Tahir 908 6.25
Zone 11 Vote %
Shirley Seward (X) 4,145 58.71
Jeff Scullion 2,046 28.98
Sylvia Martin 869 12.31
Zone 12 Vote %
Sandra Schwartz 5,991 62.32
Michael Urminsky 2,421 25.18
Peter Heyck 1,201 12.49

Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est[edit]

Zone map
Zone 4 Vote %
André Thibodeau (X) 1,182 66.22
Jacques Boyer 603 33.78
Zone 5 Vote %
Chad Mariage (X) Acclaimed
Zone 6 Vote %
Diane Doré (X) Acclaimed
Zone 7 Vote %
Brigitte Pilon (X) Acclaimed
Zone 8 Vote %
Dan Boudria (X) Acclaimed
Zone 9 Vote %
Johanne Lacombe (X) Acclaimed
Zone 10 Vote %
Monique Briand (X) 2,586 72.13
Patrick Twagirayezu 999 27.87
Zone 11 Vote %
Denis Poirier (X) Acclaimed

Conseil des écoles publiques de l'Est de l'Ontario[edit]

Zone map
Zone 6 Vote %
Georges Orfali (X) 1,063 82.34
Ahmed Bouragba 228 17.66
Zone 7 Vote %
Denis M. Chartrand (X) 930 84.70
Zenab Ismaël Ahmed 168 15.30
Zone 8 Vote %
Marc Roy 1,027 51.89
Mathieu Fortin 952 48.11
Zone 9 Vote %
Marielle Godbout (X) 988 77.13
Richard St-Jean 293 22.87
Zone 10 Vote %
Lucille Collard (X) 2,147 87.88
Ajà Besler 296 12.12
Zone 11 Vote %
Jean-Paul Lafond (X) 1,023 57.31
Myriam Hebabi 620 34.73
Mohamed Habaneh Egeh 142 7.96
Zone 12 Vote %
Linda Savard (X) 1,006 82.87
Patricia Chehadé 208 17.13

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