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Ron Moeser

Ron Moeser
Toronto City Councillor for (Ward 44) Scarborough East
Assumed office
December 1, 2006
Preceded by Gay Cowbourne
In office
December 1, 2000 – December 1, 2003
Preceded by Ward Created
Succeeded by Gay Cowbourne
Toronto City Councillor for (Ward 16) Scarborough Highland Creek
In office
January 1, 1998 – December 1, 2000
Preceded by Ward Created
Succeeded by Ward Abolished
Chair of the Scarborough Community Council
In office
July 1, 2002 – December 1, 2003
Preceded by David Soknacki
Succeeded by Raymond Cho
Scarborough City Councillor for
Ward 9
In office
December 1, 1988 – January 1, 1998
Preceded by John Mackie
Succeeded by City Amalgamated
Personal details
Nationality Canadian
Spouse(s) Heather
Children 3
Occupation Businessman

Ron Moeser is the Toronto City Councillor for Ward 44 Scarborough East in Toronto, Canada.

Moeser was first elected to what was then the Scarborough City Council in 1988 representing the West Rouge community. He chaired the waterfront committee in Scarborough and was active in the preservation of the Rouge Valley. He sat on Scarborough City Council for nine years.

Following the amalgamation of Scarborough into the new City of Toronto in 1997, Moeser was elected a Toronto City Councillor and became chair of the Scarborough Community Council. He was defeated in the 2003 municipal election by Gay Cowbourne but returned to office in the 2006 vote when Cowbourne retired, and defeated Diana Hall by 61 votes.

Election results

2010 Toronto election, Ward 44
Candidate Votes  %
Ron Moeser 10,185 47.45%
Diana Hall 9,901 46.13%
Mohammed Mirza 749 3.49%
Heath Thomas 627 2.921%
Total 21462 100%



External links

  • 2001-2003 Past councillor

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