MISSISSAUGA, October 30, 2014 – More than 100 residents will be recognized for their outstanding contribution to the community at Mississauga's Civic Award of Recognition Evening. Citizen members that have completed a four-year term on a city committee or city-affiliated board will be honoured at this event.
WHO: Mayor Hazel McCallion and Members of Council will host the event. Councillor Nando Iannicca and Councillor George Carlson will be the emcees.
WHEN: Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Ceremony: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Reception: 9 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WHERE: Mississauga Civic Centre, 300 City Centre Drive (Burnhamthorpe Road and Hurontario Street, west of Square One)
The ceremony will be held in the Council Chamber. The reception will follow in the Great Hall.
WHY: The City's Civic Award of Recognition is part of an ongoing, annual recognition program which has honoured residents since 1992. Other awards in the program include the Certificate of Recognition and the Civic Award of Merit.
By getting involved in local government affairs, these citizen leaders forge a link between the community, municipal policy making and the delivery of City services. The honoured guests demonstrate a commitment to Mississauga and serve as excellent examples to others in the community.
MISSISSUGA, October 30, 2014 – Crystal Greer, Mississauga City Clerk and Director of Legislative Services, today declared the official results for the October 27 Mississauga Municipal Election.
Mayor-elect Bonnie Crombie received 102,346 votes. A total of 162,655 eligible voters cast ballots.
Ward Councillor Results Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey received 7,911 votes Ward 2 Councillor Karen Ras received 3,544 votes Ward 3 Councillor Chris Fonseca received 10,923 votes Ward 4 Councillor Frank Dale received 10,353 votes Ward 5 Councillor Carolyn Parrish received 6,025 votes Ward 6 Councillor Ron Starr received 10,322 votes Ward 7 Councillor Nando Iannicca received 8,421 votes Ward 8 Councillor Matt Mahoney received 7,522 votes Ward 9 Councillor Pat Saito received 9,065 votes Ward 10 Councillor Sue McFadden received 11,477 votes Ward 11 Councillor George Carlson received 8,964 votes
School Board Trustee English Public Results Trustee English Public Janet McDougald Ward 1 and 7 received 8,848 votes Trustee English Public Brad MacDonald Ward 2 and 8 received 5,712 votes Trustee English Public Sue Lawton Ward 3 and 4 received 8,263 votes Trustee English Public Rick Williams 5 received 3,513 votes Trustee English Public Robert Crocker Ward 6 and 11 received 4,115 votes Trustee English Public Nokha Dakroub Ward 9 and 10 received 3,670 votes
School Board Trustee English Separate Results Trustee English Separate Mario Pascucci Ward 1 and 3 received 7,781 votes Trustee English Separate Sharon M. Hobin Ward 2 and 8 received 4,682 votes Trustee English Separate Anna M. Abbruscato Ward 4 received 4,138 votes Trustee English Separate Thomas Thomas Ward 5 received 2,190 votes Trustee English Separate Luz del Rosario Ward 6 and 11 received 4,468 votes Trustee English Separate Bruno Iannicca Ward 7 received 3,306 votes Trustee English Separate Esther O'Toole Ward 9 and 10 received 6,431 votes
School Board Trustee French Public Results* Trustee French Public Yvon Rochefort Citywide received 1,009 votes *The School Board Trustee French Public results reflect City of Mississauga votes only and must be co-ordinated with votes from the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon. This is a Region-wide position.
School Board Trustee French Separate Results Trustee French Separate Estelle Ah-Kiow Citywide received 818 votes
A detailed breakdown of the official results are available online at mississaugavotes.ca and mississauga.ca. The results are broken down by office (mayor, councillor and trustee) and indicate the number of votes candidates received in each of the City's 11 wards. The results also show the number of votes cast in each of the election-day voting locations, as well as for the 13 days of advance voting.
MISSISSAUGA, September 22, 2014 – The City of Mississauga will hold advance polls for 13 days from September 29 to October 11, 2014. Advance polls are a great option for voters who might not be able to vote on Election Day.
Advance Poll Information:
• The Civic Centre at 300 City Centre Drive will have advance polls from Monday, September 29 to Saturday, October 11 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Anyone in Mississauga who is eligible to vote can vote at the Civic Centre advance poll.
• There will be advance polls in each ward in Mississauga from October 4 to 8. They will be open from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. You must visit the location in your ward to vote at these advance polls. Look for advance poll information on your voter registration card, visit mississaugavotes.ca or call 905-615-VOTE.
Don't forget to bring your Voter Notification Card and your ID when you go to vote at an advance poll.
About the 2014 Municipal Election in Mississauga
The 2014 Municipal Election is on October 27, 2014. Eligible voters will be able to vote for Mississauga's new mayor, their ward councillor and school board trustee.
The City of Mississauga will hold advance polls for 13 days from September 29 to October 11, 2014. Don't forget to bring your Voter Notification Card and acceptable ID when you go to vote.
Mississauga Youth, tell us why you vote! You could win money for school. If you are a Mississauga resident between the ages of 17-25, Tweet, Instagram, Facebook or YouTube your reason by using the hashtag #Ivotebecause and tagging @CityMississauga.
For more information about the 2014 Municipal Election, visit mississaugavotes.ca or call 905-615-VOTE. If you need information in an alternate format, please call 3-1-1.