Ontario municipal election 2018: Alnwick/Haldimand Township
John Logel will maintain his seat as mayor of Alnwick/Haldimand Township.
Logel went unchallenged to represent the township and has been acclaimed as mayor, embarking on a second-straight term. He was first elected mayor in 2014 when he defeated incumbent Dalton McDonald by more than 500 votes.
John Logel (acclaimed)
Gail Latchford (incumbent)
Councillor (3 to be elected)
Raymond Benns (incumbent)
Mike Filip (incumbent)
Sherry Gibson (incumbent)
Alnwick/Haldimand Township is nestled north and south between Rice Lake and Lake Ontario and east and west between Grafton and Cobourg. Its largest communities are Roseneath in the north and Grafton in the south. Alderville First Nation is also found within the township’s boundaries. A part of Northumberland County, the rural-based township has agriculture as its leading economic driver with grain, milk, livestock and apple farming leading the industry. Tourism is also touted with a number of resorts and seasonal cottages lining both lakes. The popular lakes also attract anglers, snowmobilers, campers and hiking enthusiasts.
Median total income of couple economic families with children (2015)/Ont. median
Crime Severity Index (2017) – municipal/Ont.
Violent Crime Severity Index (2017) – municipal/Ont.
Kim Rudd (Liberal) – Northumberland-Peterborough-South
David Piccini (Progressive Conservative) – Northumberland-Peterborough South
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