Ottawa election 2022: live results | Catch My Job


That’s the final installment of our live coverage of Ottawa’s most significant municipal elections in more than a decade.

Mark Sutcliffe was elected mayor, defeating main rival Catherine McKenney with more than 51 percent of the vote. Sutcliffe will be joined by 11 new councilors and 13 incumbents at the council table.

For more details on who won and who lost tonight, visit this story. For a recap of Sutcliffe’s win, read this.

And below you can read a summary of the complete election results throughout the evening.

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CTV News Ottawa announces Clark Kelly as winemaker in West Carlton-Mart.

George Darouze was re-elected in the Osgoode ward. Daruz defeated former councilman Doug Thompson by 238 votes.

Voter turnout in municipal elections in Ottawa is 43.79 percent.

This is the highest voter turnout since 2010.

  • 2003: 33 percent (185,017 votes cast)

  • 2006: 54 percent (300,039 votes cast)

  • 2010: 44 percent (269,547 votes cast)

  • 2014: 39.92 percent (252,464 votes)

  • 2018: 42.55 percent (269,772 votes)

CTV News Ottawa announces Stephanie Plante as new Rideau-Vanier councillor.

Just after 11 p.m., three races are still close: West Carleton-March, Rideau-Vanier and Osgoode.

CTV News Ottawa announces Wilson Law as the new councilor for Barrhaven East. Lo becomes the first councilor to represent the newest riding.

From around 10 p.m. we are waiting for results in four wards: West Carleton-March, Rideau-Vanier, Osgoode and Barrhaven East. Three of these ridings are unincumbent (two have councilors who are not standing for re-election, and Barrhaven East is a newly created ward in this election). The fourth, Osgoode, is being challenged by incumbent George Darroos by former ward councilor Doug Thompson.

CTV News Ottawa announces Allan Hubley re-elected in Kanata South.

Mark Sutcliffe promises to work with all supporters of McKenney and other mayoral candidates.

Mark Sutcliffe paid tribute to Catherine McKenna after a long election campaign.

“I’ve always admired and respected Catherine, and every day during this campaign I’ve gained more respect for them.” Katherine is a beacon, Katherine is an incredibly passionate advocate for the most vulnerable, and Katherine has unparalleled ambition for what our city can be.”

“To the people who voted for Catherine and any other candidate, I want you to know that I have listened to your concerns and expectations throughout this campaign. I believe there is a common ground for us and I promise to keep listening; listen, I’m going to be the mayor of all of Ottawa.”

CTV News Ottawa announces Marty Carr as Alta Vista’s new advisor.

CTV News Ottawa announces David Hill as Barhaven West’s new councillor.

Ottawa’s new mayor spoke to supporters after winning the election.

“What a beautiful night in Ottawa,” said Mark Sutcliffe at 9:20 p.m.

“I’m feeling a lot of emotions right now: humility, excitement, work, a lot of relief, but most of all I’m feeling incredible gratitude.”

“I am very grateful for the experience Ginny, my family and I have had through this campaign, and I am especially grateful to the tens of thousands of people who support our vision for Ottawa’s future.”

Catherine McKenney spoke to supporters at their campaign headquarters when the election results were announced.

“This is not the result we were hoping for. It’s difficult and disappointing, but we’re moving forward,” McKenney told fans.

“Tomorrow we will come back and continue working to create the city we deserve.”

McKenney added, “The work of building a better Ottawa is never done, and one night and one loss won’t hold us back for long.”

McKenney congratulated Sutcliffe on his election victory.

“Mark, I know you entered this race because, like me, you believe in this city and its potential, you want to build this city, you bet this city is your full-time job, and I have the utmost respect for that.”

“I sincerely wish you every success.”

CTV News Ottawa announces Jessica Bradley as new councilor for Gloucester-Southgate.

CTV News Ottawa announces the following wins:

Matthew Luloff was re-elected in Orleans, East Cumberland

Laura Dudas re-elected in Orleans West-Innes

Lane Johnson has been elected as the new Councilor of the College Ward

Catherine Kitts re-elected in Orleans South-Navan

CTV News Ottawa announces the following wins:

Kathy Curry re-elected in Kanata North.

Glenn Gower re-elected in Stitsville

Theresa Kavanagh re-elected in Bay Ward

Sean Devine elected as new councilor in Knoxdale Maryvale.

Tim Tierney re-elected in Beacon Hill-Sirville

Rawlson King re-elected in Rideau-Rockcliffe

Ariel Troster has been elected as the new councilor in Somerset Ward

Jeff Leiper re-elected as Kitchissippi alderman

Riley Brocklington re-elected in River Ward

Shawn Menard re-elected to Capital Ward

David Brown has been elected as the new councilor in Rideau-Jock

Steve Descroches elected to Riverside South-Findlay Creek

Less than 45 minutes after the polls close, CTV News announces that broadcaster-entrepreneur Mark Sutcliffe has been elected mayor of Ottawa.

Polls showed a close race between Sutcliffe and Kaun. Catherine McKenney. Many observers expected the mayor’s race to be over.

BREAKING: CTV News Ottawa announces Mark Sutcliffe as mayor of Ottawa.

The results are in for the mayor of Ottawa.

Early polls show Mark Sutcliffe with a slight lead over Catherine McKenney.

At 20:08 we are still waiting for the first results from the city of Ottawa.

Polling stations are closed at 8:00 p.m

BREAKING: Polls are closed for municipal elections in Ottawa.

Counting is underway to elect a new mayor, 24 councilors and school board managers in Ottawa.

Some candidates are reporting long lines at polling stations in Ottawa five minutes before the polls close.

If you are in line at 8pm, you will be allowed to vote.

Mark Sutcliffe’s camp is taking scores tonight at the Lago Restaurant on Dow’s Lake.

CTV’s Leah Larockue with an early dispatch from there.

The City of Ottawa says 722,227 residents are eligible to vote in Ottawa municipal elections.

In 2014, there were 252,464 votes, and in the 2018 elections, 269,722 votes.

30 minutes until the polls close in the Ottawa municipal elections.

Ottawa’s Katie Griffin will be at Catherine McKenney’s campaign headquarters, while Lee Larocque is at Mark Sutcliffe’s campaign.

Our reporters will be in departments throughout the city during the evening.

The leading mayoral candidate continued his get-out-the-vote efforts well into the afternoon of polling day.

Catherine McKenney started her day with coffee with notable supporters Catherine McKenna, Diane Deans and Luci van Oldenbarneveld, before voting in Centretown and encouraging others to do the same.

Mark Sutcliffe visited Rideau-Vanier and Kanata after going through the city and visiting all 24 wards over the weekend.

Both campaigns believe their get-out-the-vote efforts will be key to swinging the results in their favor.

CTV Ottawa’s Matt Skube is in our score center tonight. We test Matt’s knowledge of Ottawa’s wards on the big board.

ONE HOUR left until voting in the Ottawa municipal elections.

More than 300 polling stations are available across the City of Ottawa to vote for mayor, councilors and school board trustees.

If you are in line at 8pm, you will be allowed to vote.

At least 11 wards will have a new councilor tonight. Ten councilors are not seeking re-election in the ward, with Ottawa adding 24th ward – Barrhaven East.

Here’s a look at the wards where incumbents are not seeking re-election.

  • Barrhaven West – Jan Harder is not seeking re-election
  • West Carleton – March – Eli El-Chantiri is not seeking re-election
  • College – Rick Chiarelli is not seeking re-election
  • Knockdale-Merivale – Keith Eglie is not seeking re-election
  • Gloucester-Southgate – Diane Deans is not seeking re-election
  • Rideau-Vanier – Mathieu Fleury is not seeking re-election
  • Somerset Ward – Catherine McKenney is not seeking re-election as a councillor
  • Alta Vista – Jean Cloutier is not seeking re-election
  • Rideau Jock – Scott Moffat is not seeking re-election
  • Riverside South-Findlay Creek – Carol Ann Meehan is not seeking re-election

There are 90 minutes left to vote in the municipal elections in Ottawa.

Ottawa will have a new mayor and at least 11 new councilors in a few hours.

If you are in line at 8pm, you will be allowed to vote.

This is the hottest election day in Ottawa in at least 48 years.

In Ottawa at 4 pm the temperature reached 21 degrees.

Here’s a look at temperatures for past election dates in Ottawa.

  • December 2, 1974: 1.1C
  • November 13, 1978: 2.8C
  • November 8, 1982: 13.9C
  • November 12, 1985: 0.6C
  • November 14, 1988: 9.9C
  • November 12, 1991: 0.8C
  • November 14, 1994: 16.5C
  • November 10, 1997: 2.8C
  • November 13, 2000: 4.6C
  • November 10, 2003: 6.9C
  • November 13, 2006: 7 C
  • October 25, 2010: 10.5C
  • October 27, 2014: 10.4C
  • October 22, 2018: 4.8 C
  • October 24, 2022: 21 C

Elections Ottawa reported no problems at polling stations during the day.

Voters in lines at polling stations will be allowed to vote at 8 p.m. To find your polling station, you can visit the Elections Ottawa website.

With Jim Watson not running for re-election, polls have shown a close race between City Councilwoman Catherine McKenney and broadcaster/entrepreneur Mark Sutcliffe. The get-out-the-vote effort continued into the late afternoon, with candidates knocking down doors to the wire.

There are 12 other mayoral candidates, including former mayor and regional chairman Bob Chiarelli.

There will be at least 11 new faces at the council table, with several incumbents not seeking re-election and one new ward (Barrhaven East).

Visit this page for everything you need to know to vote and this page for a list of mayoral candidates.

You can also visit our main election page for individual profiles of all residents across the city.

Long queues were reported at some polling stations on Monday, and a higher voter turnout is expected in this election than in previous years.

More than 79,000 voters voted in advance in this election, up from 56,000 in 2018.

Voter turnout in the 2018 elections was 42.55 percent. In 2014, it was slightly below 40 percent.


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