Municipal Election 2020: Who are Regina’s new city councillors?

While all but one member of Regina’s last council ran for re-election, six of the 11 seats at the table will be filled with new faces.

In addition to voting in a new mayor in Sandra Masters, residents chose new representation in Wards 1, 6, 7, 8 and 10.

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Forty-five candidates were vying to become councillors in Regina’s 2020 municipal election. Here’s who won.

Ward 1: Cheryl Stadnichuk

Stadnichuk ran against: Barbara Young (incumbent).

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Ward 2: Bob Hawkins

Hawkins ran against: Stew Fettes, Bikramjit (Bill) Singh, George Tsiklis.

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Ward 3: Andrew Stevens

Stevens ran against: Nahida Chowdhuary, Elmer Eashappie, Tom Dacosta Sealy.

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Ward 4: Lori Bresciani (incumbent).

Bresciani was acclaimed.

Ward 5: John Findura

Findrua ran against: Rodney Francis, Reinier Van Everdink, Cameron Wilkes.

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Ward 6: Dan LeBlanc

LeBlanc ran against: Shontell Hillcoff, Norman Hoffert, Rod Kletchko, Joel Murray (incumbent), Sohel Sheik.

Ward 7: Terina Shaw

Shaw ran against: Sharron Bryce (incumbent), John Gross, Mike Parisone, Shobna Radons.

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Ward 8: Shanon Zachidniak

Zachidniak ran against: Reid A. L. Hill, Carl Humphreys, Alex Tkach and Wesley Stryletski.

Ward 9: Jason Mancinelli

Mancinelli ran against: Katherine Gagne, Rob Humphries, Christopher Kayter, Jeff Soroka and Rodney Williams.

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Ward 10: Landon Mohl

Mohl ran against : Adam Anderson, Patrick Denis, Carmen Hiebert, Laura Luby, Charles Olsen, Shea Paisley and Mark Shmelinski.

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