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St. Thomas City Council

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St. Thomas City Council

The St. Thomas City Council is the governing body of the city of St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. It is made up of a mayor and seven aldermen who are elected on an "at-large" basis. Elections for the city council are held every four years.

2006-2010 City Council

Elected in the municipal elections of 2006 for St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. It served the city from December 1, 2006 – November 30, 2010.

  • Mayor Cliff Barwick
  • Heather Jackson-Chapman
  • Bill Aarts
  • Gord Campbell
  • Tom Johnston
  • Terry Shackelton
  • Lori Baldwin-Sands
  • David Warden

2010-2014 City Council

Elected in the municipal elections of 2010 for St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.

  • Mayor Heather Jackson
  • Lori Baldwin-Sands
  • Gord Campbell
  • Mark Cosens
  • Tom Johnston
  • Jeff Kohler
  • David Warden
  • Sam Yusuf

Alderman Sam Yusuf stepped down from council April 24, 2013. On May 6, 2013, council appointed Cliff Barwick to council to fill the vacancy.

External links

  • St. Thomas City Council information
  • St. Thomas City Council
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