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Brampton City Council

Brampton City Council is the governing body for the City of Brampton, Ontario.

It consists of the mayor of Brampton (currently Linda Jeffrey), five elected regional councillors and five elected city councillors. Each councillor represents two city wards.

Contents

  • 2014-2018 Council 1
  • 2010-2014 Council 2
  • Previous councils 3
    • 1853 3.1
    • As of 1874 3.2
    • As of 1953 3.3
    • 2003-2006 3.4
    • 2006 election 3.5
  • Biographical information on previous councillors 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

2014-2018 Council

Wards City Region Community
Mayor Linda Jeffrey At-large
1 & 5 Elaine Moore Grant Gibson Madoc, Brampton North, Brampton West, Northwood Park, Credit Valley
2 & 6 Doug Whillans Michael Palleschi Heart Lake, Snelgrove, Fletcher's Meadow
3 & 4 Jeff Bowman Martin Medeiros Fletcher's West, Brampton South, Brampton East, Fletcher's Creek South
7 & 8 Pat Fortini Gael Miles Bramalea
9 & 10 Gurpreet Dhillon John Sprovieri Springdale

2010-2014 Council

  • Mayor Susan Fennell
  • Wards 1 and 5 - Grant Gibson (city), Elaine Moore (region)
  • Wards 2 and 6 - John Hutton (city), Paul Palleschi (region)
  • Wards 3 and 4 - Bob Callahan (city), John Sanderson (region)
  • Wards 7 and 8 - Sandra Hames (city), Gael Miles (region)
  • Wards 9 and 10 - Vicky Dhillon (city), John Sprovieri (region)

Previous councils

1853[1]

  • Revee John Lynch
  • John Elliot Senior
  • John Holmes
  • Peleg Howland

As of 1874[1]

  • Mayor John Haggert
  • Reeve Kenneth Chisholm, Deputy-Reeve D. S. Leslie
  • East Ward: William McCulla, John W. Cole, John Robertson
  • South Ward: James Golding, John Anthony, Thomas Milner
  • West Ward: William Milner, Patrick Purcell, S. Williamson
  • North Ward: R. H. Lewis, J. W. Beynon, Alexander Pattullo

As of 1953[1]

  • Mayor B. Harper Bull
  • Reeve C. Carman Core, Deputy-Reeve W. G. Thompson
  • F. F. Beckett
  • J. E. Calvert
  • A. Dyball
  • E. F. Furness
  • Mrs. S. B. Horwood
  • Cyril O'Reilly
  • City executives: Clerk-Treasurer J. Galway, Assessor Norman E. Hale, Engineer George F. Kimball, Building Inspector Dennis Warren, Water Commissioners John Patterson, E. A. Ingram, Hydro Commissioners W. J. Abell, and W. P. Dale.

2003-2006

Listed as regional councillor, city councillor

2006 election

The 2006 election was held November 13, 2006; the following people were elected.

  • Mayor Susan Fennell
  • Ward 1 and 5 - Grant Gibson (Region), Elaine Moore (Region)
  • Ward 2 and 6 - John Hutton (City), Paul Palleschi (Region)
  • Ward 3 and 4 - Bob Callahan (City), John Sanderson (Region)
  • Ward 7 and 8 - Sandra Hames (City), Gael Miles (Region)
  • Ward 9 and 10 - Vicky Dhillon (City), John Sprovieri (Region)

Biographical information on previous councillors

Bill Cowie
Cowie unsuccessfully challenged Susan Fennell in the 2003 election. He was the Sesquicentennial co-chair, with Sandra Hames.[2]
Susan DiMarco
Wards 3 & 4 regional, until 2006.
Susan Fennell
Before becoming Mayor, Fennell was a councillor.
Linda Jeffrey
former councillor and Ontario MPP, Mayor elect 2014
Ed Ludlow
Ward 8, 1988-1991. Unsuccessfully ran for wards 2 and 6 in the 2003 election. Age 65 as of December 2006, guilty of molesting four boys between 1971 and 1975, when he was master instructor at Tora Martial Arts.[3] Many more victims have yet to come forward
Garnett Manning
Wards 9 and 10, 2003-2006. Lost to Vicky Dhillon. In May 2006, he won the African Canadian Achievement Award (ACAA) for Excellence in Politics.
Peter Robertson
Before becoming Mayor, Robertson was a councillor.

References

  1. ^ a b c Uncredited author, Brampton Centennial Souvenir 1853-1853. Brampton, ON: Charters Publishing Company Limited, 1953.
  2. ^ The Official Website of the City of Brampton, Ontario - www.brampton.ca
  3. ^ http://www.northpeel.com/br/news/story/3822637p-4422016c.html

External links

  • Brampton City Council

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