Thunder Bay City Council

Thunder Bay City Council

The Thunder Bay City Council is the governing body of the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. It consists of a mayor and twelve councillors. The mayor and five of the councillors are elected at large, with one councillor being elected for each of the city's seven wards: Current River, McIntyre, McKeller, Neebing, Northwood, Red River, and Westfort. [ [ Thunder Bay Guide to Municipal Services - Municipal Government; See: Wards] . Retrieved 4 June 2007] Council members are elected to four year terms. The last election was held on 13 November, 2006.

Thunder Bay City Council meets at 6:30 PM on Monday evenings at Thunder Bay City Hall, located at 500 Donald Street East in the downtown core of the former city of Fort William.

Thunder Bay City Council, 2006 - 2010

* Mayor Lynn Peterson
* Iain Angus, councillor at large
* Larry Hebert, councillor at large
* Rebecca Johnson, councillor at large
* Frank Pullia, councillor at large
* Aldo Ruberto, councillor at large
* Mark Bentz, Northwood ward
* Andrew Foulds, Current River ward
* Trevor Giertuga, McIntyre ward
* Brian McKinnon, Red River ward
* Linda Rydholm, Neebing ward
* Robert Tuchenhagen, McKellar ward
* Joe Virdiramo, Westfort ward

See also

Thunder Bay municipal election, 2006


* [ A detailed map of Thunder Bay's seven wards] 167KB.
* [ Thunder Bay City Council - Contact Page]

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