October 12, 2018 11:10 pm
Updated: October 29, 2018 2:28 pm

Township of Muskoka Lakes election results 2018

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The Township of Muskoka Lakes is located in Ontario within the District Municipality of Muskoka. Muskoka Lakes has a population of 6,588 (2016).

Muskoka Lakes town council is comprised of ten members, including one mayor.

Donald Furniss is seeking re-election for the township’s mayoral spot, but will have to defeat Phil Harding and Terry Ledger to keep the seat.

Candidates

Mayor

Donald Furniss (incumbent)

Phil Harding (elected)

Terry Ledger

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District and Township Councillor (Ward A/Ward 1)

Brian Mayer

Gord Carlton

Ruth-Ellen Nishikawa (incumbent) (elected)

Township Councillor (Ward A/Ward 1)

Sandy Currie (incumbent)

Donelda Hayes (incumbent) (elected)

Glenn Zavitz (elected)

District and Township Councillor (Ward B/Ward 2)

Allen Edwards (incumbent) (elected)

Larrie MacRae

Township Councillor (Ward B/Ward 2)

Linda Barrick-Spearn (incumbent)

Jason Harnett

Susan Mazan (elected)

Gordon Roberts (elected)

District and Township Councillor (Ward C/Ward 3)

Jean-Ann Baranik (incumbent)

Frank Jaglowitz (elected)

Township Councillor (Ward C/Ward 3)

Ron Brent

Barb Bridgeman (elected)

Peter Kelley (elected)

Jeff Mole

Population (2016)

6,588

Median total income of two-or-more-person households (2015)

$86,947

Political representation

Federal

Tony Clement (Conservative Party of Canada) – Parry Sound-Muskoka

Provincial

Norm Miller (Progressive Conservative) – Parry Sound-Muskoka

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