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Kitchener City Council

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Kitchener City Council

Kitchener City Council is the governing body for the city of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

The council consists of the Mayor of Kitchener and 10 ward councillors.


  • 2006-2010 1
  • 2010-2014 2
  • 2014-2018 3
  • References 4


Council elected in the 2006 municipal election.

Councillor Ward Notes
Carl Zehr Mayor
John Smola Ward 1
Berry Vrbanovic Ward 2
John Gazzola Ward 3
Kelly Galloway Ward 4
Geoff Lorentz Ward 5
Christina Weylie Ward 6


Council elected in the 2010 municipal election.

Councillor Ward Notes
Carl Zehr Mayor
Scott Davey Ward 1
Berry Vrbanovic Ward 2
John Gazzola Ward 3
Yvonne Fernandes Ward 4
Kelly Galloway Ward 5
Paul Singh Ward 6
Bill Ioannidis Ward 7
Zyg Janecki Ward 8
Frank Etherington Ward 9
Dan Glenn-Graham Ward 10


Council elected in the 2014 municipal election.[1]

Councillor Ward Communities
Berry Vrbanovic Mayor At-large
Scott Davey Ward 1 Bridgeport, Rosemount, Heritage Park
Dave Schnider Ward 2 Stanley Park, Centreville
John Gazzola Ward 3 Parkway, Vanier, Country Hills East, Hidden Valley, Pioneer Tower
Yvonne Fernandes Ward 4 Strasburg, Doon
Kelly Galloway-Sealock Ward 5 Laurentian West, Huron Park, Williamsburg
Paul Singh Ward 6 Laurentian Hills, Country Hills, Alpine Village
Bill Ioannidis Ward 7 Forest Heights, Waldau
Zyg Janecki Ward 8 Forest Hills, Victoria Hills
Frank Etherington Ward 9 Victoria Park, Southdale, Cherry Hill, Rockway
Sarah Marsh Ward 10 Fairfield, Northward, Central Frederick, Auditorium, King East, Eastwood


  1. ^ "Berry Vrbanovic elected Kitchener mayor". CBC News, October 27, 2014.
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