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Orléans West Innes result: Dudas likely to return to city council

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Laura Dudas is likely to retain her seat on the council, winning 70% of the votes tallied Monday night.

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Dudas, who also serves as deputy mayor, was first elected to the city council in 2018, winning nearly 42% of the vote. Dudas is a former journalist at the Ottawa Sun where he spent nearly ten years. After she left the paper, she worked with the city, and although she ran for the same city councilor in 2014, she did not seek re-election as military veteran Amazing Race Canada competitor Jody Lost to Mytic.

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Lori Stinson is Adjunct Professor and Lecturer at Ottawa and Carleton Universities. University nominated by Horizon Ottawa, a progressive advocacy group. An advocate for climate, justice and community, she holds a master’s degree in political science.

Chris Fraser is a retiree who previously worked as a federal civil servant. He has served as an executive member of the Blackburn Community Association.

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Orléans West Innes result: Dudas likely to return to city council

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