Somerset Ward

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Somerset (Ward 14) is a city ward in the city of Ottawa, Canada. It covers the neighbourhoods of Downtown Ottawa, Centretown, Lebreton Flats and most of Centretown West. It is Ottawa's smallest and most dense ward. It is represented on Ottawa City Council by Diane Holmes. It has an area of 6.5 kmĀ² and a projected 2006 population of 38,500. According to Canada 2001 Census it had a population of 36,365. The ward was created in 1994 when Dalhousie Ward and Wellington Ward were merged.

City councillors

  1. Elisabeth Arnold (1994-2003)
  2. Diane Holmes (2003-present)

Population data

Languages (mother tongue):

  • English: 60.2%
  • French: 9.9%
  • Chinese: 7.9% (inc. Mandarin, Cantonese and Chinese)
  • Vietnamese: 1.9%
  • Arabic: 1.8%
  • Italian: 1.7%
  • Spanish: 1.6%

  • Roman Catholic: 36.0%
  • No religion: 27.3%
  • Anglican: 6.7%
  • United Church: 5.2%
  • Muslim: 4.7%
  • Buddhist: 3.5%
  • Presbyterian: 1.3%
  • Baptist: 1.3%
  • Jewish: 1.0%
  • Greek Orthodox: 1.0%

  • Average household income: $51,319
  • Average income: $36,042

Election results

1994 elections

Arnold defeated Harris in a rematch of the 1991 election in Dalhousie Ward for city council.

1997 elections

Ottawa municipal election, 2000

Ottawa municipal election, 2003

Ottawa municipal election, 2006

Ottawa municipal election, 2010

Diane Holmes is running for re-election against , a former festival production manager and manager of a local book store, Susan Miller, a former elected School Commissioner for the Western...
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