October 13, 2018 12:10 am
Updated: October 18, 2018 9:03 am

Ontario municipal election 2018: City of Guelph

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

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It’s a two-horse race for the mayor’s seat in Guelph. Former Ontario NDP candidate Aggie Mlynarz is looking to unseat Cam Guthrie who is after a second term as the Mayor of Guelph. Ten of the 12 current councillors are seeking reelection in the Royal City.

Candidates

Mayor

Cam Guthrie (incumbent)
Aggie Mlynarz

Ward 1

Jax Thornton
Bob Bell (incumbent)
Dave Heffernan
Dan Gibson (incumbent)
Mark Gernon
Barbara Mann

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Jamie Killingsworth
Charlene Downey

Ward 2

Sudha Sharma
Dorothe Fair
Mary Thring
Jonathan Knowles
James Gordon (incumbent)
Rodrigo Goller

Ward 3

Steven Petric
June Hofland (incumbent)
Patrick Sheridan
Phil Allt (incumbent)
Jason Dodge

Ward 4

Christine Billings (incumbent)
Matt Saunders
Brendan Clark
Peter Hamtak
Eli Rider
Mike Salisbury (incumbent)
Indu Arora

Ward 5

Alex Green
Cathy Downer (incumbent)
Leanne Piper (incumbent)

Ward 6

Usha Arora
Anshu Khurana
Lise Burcher (dropped out of race; name remains on ballot)
Mark MacKinnon (incumbent)
Stacy Cooper
Dominique O’Rourke

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