Timmins City Council

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Timmins City Council
Type
Type
History
Founded1912
New session started
1 December 2014
Leadership
Michelle Boileau
Seats9 Including Mayor
Elections
Last election
22 October 2018
Next election
24 October 2022
Meeting place
Council Chambers
Website
www.timmins.ca

The Timmins City Council (French : Conseil municipal de Timmins) is the governing body for the city of Timmins, Ontario, Canada. As of August 2018 the council consists of the mayor and eight councillors from five wards. Four councillors represent Ward 5, while the other wards are represented by a single councillor each. [1]

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Council members

2018–2022

2022–2026

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  2. "Mayor George Pirie". City of Timmins. Retrieved 18 December 2018.
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