Ontario municipal election 2018: City of Owen Sound
The City of Owen Sound is located in the northern part of southwestern Ontario on an inlet of Georgian Bay. Owen Sound is the county seat of Grey County and has a population of 21,342 (2016).
Residents are represented municipally by seven city councilors, one deputy mayor and one mayor.
Ian Boddy is seeking re-election as the city’s mayor. In 2014, Boddy claimed the seat after collecting 3,937 votes. This election, Boddy is up against Ray Botten and Nancy-Lee Rosamond for the top spot.
Ian Boddy (incumbent)
Travis Dodd (incumbent)
Scott Greig (incumbent)
Marion Koepke (incumbent)
Peter Lemon (incumbent)
John A. Tamming
Richard Thomas (incumbent)
Crime severity index (2017) – municipal/Ont.
Larry Miller (Conservative Party of Canada)- Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound
Bill Walker (Progressive Conservative)- Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound
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