Charlottetown City Council

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Charlottetown City Council
Type
Type
History
New session started
November 8, 2010 [1]
Leadership
Mayor of Charlottetown
Philip Brown
Structure
Authority Charlottetown Area Municipalities Act, 1995
Elections
Last election
November 5, 2018
Next election
November 7, 2022
Meeting place
Council Chambers [2]
Website
www.city.charlottetown.pe.ca/index.php
Charlottetown City Hall constructed in 1888. Charlottetown City Hall.JPG
Charlottetown City Hall constructed in 1888.

The Charlottetown City Council is the governing body for the city of Charlottetown, the county seat of Queen's County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. The most recent civic election took place in November 5, 2018. City council meets at Charlottetown City Hall.

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Mayor

Councillors

WardCouncillorYear first elected
1 - Queen's SquareEdward Rice2010
2 - BelvedereTerry MacLeod2014
3 - BrightonMike Duffy2014
4 - St. Avard'sMitchell G. Tweel1994
5 - Spring ParkKevin Ramsay2014
6 - Mount EdwardBob Doiron2014
7 - Beach GroveGreg Rivard2014
8 - HighfieldJason Coady2010
9 - StoneparkMelissa Hilton2005
10 - FalconwoodTerence H. Bernard2000

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References

  1. "Regular Meeting of Council, November 08, 2010" (PDF). Charlottetown.pe.ca. Retrieved 15 November 2014.
  2. "City of Charlottetown". Charlottetown.pe.ca. Retrieved 15 November 2014.