ELECTION 2018

Going up against Diane Deans in Gloucester-Southgate

Diane Deans is looking to hold on to her council seat for the seventh time in a row in Gloucester-Southgate.

4 candidates looking to oust the current councillor

Gloucester-Southgate has a population of 47,445 people living in 19,198 homes.

Diane Deans is looking to hold on to her council seat for the seventh time in a row in Gloucester-Southgate.

Deans was first elected in November 1994 (pre-amalgamation) and since then she has been at the table for six consecutive terms.

In the last election she won about 56 per cent of the vote.

This time around there are four other candidates hoping to end her reign in Gloucester-Southgate:

Gloucester-Southgate and neighbouring Alta Vista ward have been trying to deal with gun violence in and around Walkley Road. The ward also includes South Keys and the airport, and as with many wards, candidates are pointing to roads and traffic as big priorities.

Want to know more about the candidates?

So did we. 

CBC Ottawa created a questionnaire and sent it to each of the registered candidates to fill out.

You can read the responses below. Some candidates did not respond to the questionnaire.

Questionnaires are posted as they were submitted.