Keith Hobbs – Mayor
485-B Memorial Avenue
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Keith Hobbs was elected Mayor of Thunder Bay, Ontario in the 2010 municipal election as a first time political candidate. Hobbs served as a member of Thunder Bay Police for 34 years.
Being on Council allows him a venue to address community poverty, ethnic and cultural equality, economic diversification that offer good-paying jobs and housing for all citizens.
Hobbs feels social progress and economic opportunities go hand-in-hand and advocates that belief on behalf of all residents of the City of Thunder Bay. Hobbs is part of a growing undertaking of citizens who continue to share in the growing determination to make Thunder Bay a better place to live and enjoy, and who are a part of the community’s will to shift social and economic progress further ahead.
Committees & Boards
Past Chairman Great Lakes St. Lawrence Cities Initiative
Advisory Committee on Anti-Racism
Clean, Green & Beautiful Committee
City of Thunder Bay Coordinating Committee
Inter-Governmental Affairs Committee
Large Urban Caucus of Ontario (LUMCO)
Northern Ontario Large Urban Mayors (NOLUM)
Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association
Sister Cities Advisory Committee
The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board
Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission
Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council
Waterfront Development Committee
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