College Ward


College Ward

Coordinates: 45°20′N 75°49′W / 45.333°N 75.817°W / 45.333; -75.817

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Flag of Ottawa, Ontario.svg Ottawa City Council
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Councillor Rick Chiarelli
Population 50,350

College Ward (Ward 8) is a city ward in Ottawa, Canada's west end. The ward covers the neighbourhoods of Bells Corners, Qualicum, Graham Park, Leslie Park, Redwood, Kenson Park, Bel-Air Park, Bel-Air Heights, Braemar Park, Copeland Park, Briar Green, Centrepointe, Navaho, City View, Ryan Farm, Meadowlands and Crestview.

Prior to the 2006 election, College Ward was known as Baseline Ward, and didn't include Bells Corners. It was incorporated into the city with amalgamation in 2001 (elections were held in 2000). Previously, the ward existed on the earlier Ottawa-Carleton Regional Council. The ward is represented on city council by Rick Chiarelli. The ward has an estimated population of 55,000 (2006) and an area of 46.2 km2. The ward is named for Algonquin College.

Prior to amalgamation, the area now covered by College Ward in Ottawa's west end was in Carleton Ward. It was created in 1950, Ottawa west was annexed from Nepean Township. The ward eventually got smaller and smaller, and by 1972 it only consisted of the area south of the Queensway and west of Clyde Avenue.

Contents

City councillors

  • Frank Boyce (1950–1958)
  • Howard Henry (1950–1969)
  • Cyril Lloyd Francis (1959–1960)
  • Frank Boyce (1961–1964)
  • Maurice Egan (1965–1969)
  • Ralph Sutherland (1970–1972)
  • William Law (1970–1974)
  • Toddy Kehoe (1975–1985)
  • Bob Morrison (1986–1988)
  • Tim Kehoe (1989–1994)
  • Brian Mackey (1995–2000)
  • Rick Chiarelli (2001–present)

Election results

1949 special election

Two aldermen elected for the newly created Carleton Ward

City council
Candidate Votes %
Frank Boyce 996 34.55
Howard Henry 789 27.37
George Ault 605 20.99
R. E. Denison 493 17.10


Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections, 1994

Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Al Loney 4269 38.10
Jay Acton 3595 32.09
Stan McBride 1748 15.60
Kevin Kinsella 1592 14.21

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections, 1997

Regional council
Candidate Votes %
Al Loney 6291 64.17
Mike Patton 3512 35.83

Ottawa municipal election, 2000

City council
Candidate Votes %
Rick Chiarelli 5738 59.67
Al Loney 3879 40.33

Ottawa municipal election, 2003

City council
Candidate Votes %
Rick Chiarelli ACCLAIMED

[1]

Ottawa municipal election, 2006

Long time incumbent Rick Chiarelli faced opposition from Brett Delmage a software developer, and activist Laura Lee Doupe.

City council
Candidate Votes %
Rick Chiarelli 13761 72.59
Brett Delmage 3765 19.86
Laura Lee Doupe 1432 7.55

[2]

Ottawa municipal election, 2010

City council
Candidate Votes %
Rick Chiarelli 10531 65.54
Lynn Hamilton 2367 14.73
Julia Ringma 1139 7.09
Catherine Gardner 606 3.77
Ralph Anderson 513 3.19
John Campbell 423 2.63
William McKinnon 249 1.55
Craig MacAulay 239 1.49

References

  1. ^ "2003 Municipal Election Results". City of Ottawa. Archived from the original on 2010-03-11. http://www.webcitation.org/5o9bGUmjQ. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 
  2. ^ "2006 Municipal Election Results". City of Ottawa. Archived from the original on 2010-03-11. http://www.webcitation.org/5o9bGdoTf. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 

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