October 13, 2018 12:10 am

Ontario municipal election 2018: Regional Municipality of Waterloo

The Regional Municipality of Waterloo is made up of the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo as well as the townships of North Dumfries, Wilmot, Wellesley and Woolwich.

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For the first time in more than 30 years, the Region of Waterloo will have a new chair as Ken Seiling has chosen to retire. Former Waterloo councillor Jan d’Ailly, longtime local politician Karen Redman, former North Dumfries mayor Robert Deutschmann and local businessman Jay Aissa have all thrown their names into what is sure to be an interesting race.


Regional Chair

Jan d’Ailly

Karen Redman

Robert Deutschmann

Jay Aissa

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Regional Councillors

Cambridge (2 to be elected)

Karl Kiefer  (Incumbent)

Jeffrey Shaver

Helen Jowett  (Incumbent)

Rob Brunette

John Florence

Kitchener (4 to be elected)

Elizabeth Clarke  (Incumbent)

Tom Galloway  (Incumbent)

Michael D. Harris

Tom Hiller

Jason House

Geoff Lorentz  (Incumbent)

Ted Martin

Fauzia Mazhar

Kari Williams

Waterloo (2 to be elected)

(Robert) Bob Oberholtzer

Jim Erb

Jane Mitchell (Incumbent)

Sean Strickland (Incumbent)

Beisan Zubi

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