Tom Jakobek

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  1. Each ward in the 1997 election elected two councillors.
  2. Christie was a junior alderman from 1985-1988. From 1988 he was elected separately for Metro Council from the same ward.

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Tom Jakobek
Toronto City Councillor for Ward 26
In office
1998–2000
Servingwith Sandra Bussin [nb 1]