Ontario municipal election 2018: Town of Bracebridge
Located in the heart of Ontario’s cottage country, the Town of Bracebridge is one of six municipalities within the District Municipality of Muskoka. Bracebridge has a population of 16,010 (2016).
The town’s council is comprised of one mayor, five ward councilors and three district councilors.
Graydon Smith is seeking re-election for the town’s top spot and is running against Lori-Lynn Giaschi-Pacini who was elected as a district councillor in 2014.
Graydon Smith (incumbent)
District and Town Councillors
Steve Clement (incumbent)
Don Smith (incumbent)
Councillor (Bracebridge Ward)
Chris Wilson (incumbent)
Councillor (Monck/Muskoka Ward)
Mark Quemby (incumbent)
Councillor (Macaulay Ward)
Councillor (Draper Ward)
Archie Buie (incumbent)
Councillor (Oakley Ward)
Barb McMurray (incumbent)
Tony Clement (Conservative Party of Canada) – Parry Sound-Muskoka
Norm Miller (Progressive Conservative) – Parry Sound-Muskoka
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