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Barrie City Council

Barrie City Council is the governing body for the City of Barrie, in Ontario, Canada.

The council consists of the Mayor of Barrie and ten councillors, who represent the ten wards of the city. The council posts agendas for council meetings.

There are four city departments: the Chief Administrators Office, the Community Operations Division, the Corporate Services Division, and the Infrastructure, Development & Culture Division.


  • 2003-2006 Council 1
  • 2006-2010 Council 2
  • 2010-2014 Council 3
  • 2014-2018 Council 4

2003-2006 Council

Councillor Ward Notes
Rob Hamilton Mayor 2003-2006
Adam Smith 1 2003-2006
Dave Aspden 2 See above
Patrick Brown 3 replaced by Alison Eadie after he became MP for Barrie.
Barry Ward 4 See above
Lynn Strachan 5 See above
Michael Prowse 6 See above
Steve Trotter 7 2003-2006
Jerry Moore 8 See above
Kevin LePage 9 2003-2006
Tom Moore 10 2003-2006

2006-2010 Council

The city of Barrie had an election along with many other Ontario communities, including Toronto, on 13 November 2006.

Councillor Ward Notes
Dave Aspden Mayor 2003-2006 Ward 2 Councillor
2006 Elected Mayor
Mike Ramsay 1 1993 - Ran as Independent MP Candidate for Simcoe Centre and was defeated.
1994-2003 - Councillor
2003 - Ran as Liberal MPP candidate for Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford and was defeated.
2006 - Elected Ward 1 Councillor
Jeff Lehman 2 See above
Rodney Jackson 3 2006-2010 - Ward 3 Councillor
Barry Ward 4 See above
Lynn Strachan 5 See above
Michael Prowse 6 See above
John Brassard 7 See above
Jerry Moore 8 2003-2010 - Ward 8 Councillor
Andrew Prince 9 2006-2010 - Ward 9 Councillor
Alex Nuttall 10 See above

2010-2014 Council

The city of Barrie had an election along with many other Ontario communities, including Toronto, on 25 October 2010.

Councillor Ward Notes
Jeff Lehman Mayor 2006-2010 Ward 2 Councillor
2010 Elected Mayor
Bonnie Ainsworth 1 2010–present
Lynn Strachan 2 2010-2014
Doug Shipley 3 2010–present
Barry Ward 4 2003–present
Peter Silveira 5 2010–present
Michael Prowse 6 2003–present
John Brassard 7 2006–present
Jennifer Robinson
Arif Khan
8 2010-2012 (resigned August 2012)
Brian Jackson 9 2010-2014
Alex Nuttall 10 2006–2014

2014-2018 Council

Councillor Ward First elected Communities
Jeff Lehman Mayor 2006 (Councillor); 2010 (Mayor) At-large
Bonnie Ainsworth 1 2010 Georgian Drive, Grove East, Codrington, North Shore
Rose Romita 2 2014 Wellington, Queen's, City Centre, Lakeshore
Doug Shipley 3 2010 Little Lake, East Bayfield
Barry Ward 4 2003 Sunnidale, West Bayfield, Northwest
Peter Silveira 5 2010 Letitia Heights, Sandy Hollow, Edgehill Drive
Michael Prowse 6 2003 Ardagh
Vacant (John Brassard until 2015) 7 2006 Holly
Arif Khan 8 2012 Allandale, South Shore, Painswick North
Sergio Morales 9 2014 Painswick South
Mike McCann 10 2014 Innishore, Bayshore
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