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Ottawa Board of Trade Congratulates Newly Elected Mayor and Council

Ottawa Board of Trade Congratulates Newly Elected Mayor and Council

Now is the time for collaboration to Build Up Ottawa


Ottawa, ON—October 26, 2022 – Bringing an end to an exciting municipal election, the Ottawa Board of Trade congratulates Mark Sutcliffe on becoming Ottawa’s new mayor-elect. The Ottawa Board of Trade extends congratulations to all candidates who put their name on the ballot and looks forward to working with the new council over the next four years.


The new mayor and council are in a unique position to help propel Ottawa into a bright future. Ottawa businesses, entrepreneurs, and employees will be looking for the leadership and collaboration that the new mayor and council committed to during the campaign. Striving for this level of collaboration will ensure all partners are working together to better serve Ottawa’s businesses and community.


“We congratulate all of our newly elected municipal leaders and look forward to working together to execute on a growth plan that serves everyone in our city,” said Sueling Ching, President and CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade. “The work starts now to deliver better health services, infrastructure projects, support for businesses, and to grow our city for our near future and the next generation.”


The Build Up Ottawa initiative will continue to encourage city-wide collaboration and promote the priorities of Ottawa business leaders and entrepreneurs. The Ottawa Board of Trade looks forward to engaging with the new mayor and council and the Ottawa business community in the coming weeks.


About the Ottawa Board of Trade:

The Ottawa Board of Trade is the voice for business and key advocate for economic development in the Ottawa region. Our mission is to cultivate a thriving world class business community. We are an independent, non-partisan, non-profit member driven association representing the interests of all businesses at every level of government to ensure a competitive business climate, economic growth, and community prosperity. For information, visit



Sueling Ching

President and CEO

Ottawa Board of Trade