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Burlington City Council

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Burlington City Council

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Burlington City Council is the city council responsible for the city of Burlington, Ontario, Canada. The council consists of the mayor plus six councillors.


Council elected in the 2014 municipal election:

Position Councillor Communities
Mayor Rick Goldring At-large
Ward 1 Rick Craven Aldershot, Tyandaga
Ward 2 Marianne Meed Ward Maple, Freeman, Glenwood Park, Central
Ward 3 John Taylor Nelson, Brant Hills, Mountain Gardens, Clarksdale
Ward 4 Jack Dennison Dynes, Port Nelson, Roseland, Longmoor, Strathcona Gardens, Shoreacres, Palmer, Tansley
Ward 5 Paul Sharman Elizabeth Gardens, Pinedale, Corporate, Orchard
Ward 6 Blair Lancaster Headon Forest, Milcroft, Alton North


Council elected in the 2010 municipal election:

  • Rick Goldring - Mayor
  • Rick Craven - Ward 1
  • Marianne Meed Ward - Ward 2
  • John Taylor - Ward 3
  • Jack Dennison - Ward 4
  • Paul Sharman - Ward 5
  • Blair Lancaster - Ward 6


Council elected in the 2006 municipal election:

  • Cam Jackson - Mayor
  • Rick Craven - Ward 1
  • Peter Thoem - Ward 2
  • John Taylor - Ward 3
  • Jack Dennison - Ward 4
  • Rick Goldring - Ward 5
  • Carol D'Amelio - Ward 6

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