October 13, 2018 12:10 am
Updated: October 20, 2018 2:11 pm

Ontario election 2018: Town of Grimsby

Voters across Ontario head to the polls Oct. 22 to elect their next municipal government representatives. Here are the candidates for the Town of Grimsby.

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With no incumbent candidate in the mayor’s seat in Grimsby, Ward 1 councillor Steve Berry is facing off against former councillor (1997 to 2006) Jeff Jordan.

Each ward in Grimsby elects two aldermen, along with a councillor that represents the area on Niagara Regional Council alongside the mayor.


Steve Berry
Jeff Jordan

Ward 1
Cindy Aiken
Reg Freake
Kevin Ritchie
Ralph Vitello
Dave Wilson (incumbent)

Ward 2
Rejeanne Appelman
Dave Kadwell (incumbent)
Nameer Rahman
Michelle Seaborn (incumbent)
Lianne Vardy

Ward 3
Ryan Day
John Dunstall (incumbent)
Joanne Johnston (incumbent)
Sonja Nelles
Randy Vaine

Ward 4
Dorothy Bothwell
Nick DiFlavio (incumbent)
Carolyn I. Mullins (incumbent)
Dave Sharpe

Niagara Regional Councillor
Wayne Fertich
Tony Quirk (incumbent)

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