Kitchener-Waterloo·Waterloo Region Votes

2 candidates seek only open council seat in North Dumfries

The mayor and three councillors have been acclaimed in North Dumfries, but there is a race in Ward 1.

Mayor, 3 councillors acclaimed in township

The mayor and three councillors in North Dumfries have been acclaimed in Monday's municipal election. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)

There is just one council race in the Township of North Dumfries in Monday's municipal election.

The following people have been acclaimed in the township:

  • Mayor Sue Foxton.
  • Ward 2 Coun. Derrick Ostner.
  • Alida Wilms in Ward 3.
  • Scott Tilley in Ward 4.

Ward 1 race

Two portraits side-by-side
There are two people seeking the Ward 1 seat in North Dumfires: Timea Brenner (left) and Rod Rolleman. (Timea Brenner/Facebook, Rod Rolleman/Facebook)

Two people are running in Ward 1:

  • Rod Rolleman (incumbent).
  • Timea Brenner.

Neither responded to CBC K-W's survey.

Rod Rolleman is a restaurant co-owner and owns the screenprinting company Schooltee Inc.

Timea Brenner is the founder of Here To There Market Events.

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How to vote in North Dumfries

People in North Dumfries can vote via the internet or using traditional paper ballots.

Online voting runs from now until 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 24.

People can vote in-person at ward specific locations on Monday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

All residents will vote for regional chair and school board trustees.


Kate Bueckert


Kate has been covering issues in southern Ontario for more than 15 years. She is currently a CBC News reporter/editor working for CBC Kitchener-Waterloo. Email: