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Mayor & Council

Please note that all correspondence to Mayor and Council can be addressed to:

Municipal Clerk
P.O. Box 1757
Kirkland Lake, ON P2N 3P4
Tel: 705-567-9361 ext. 238

Mayor Pat Kiely​

Mayor Pat KielyPat and his wife Lorraine (Lang) were born and raised in Kirkland Lake, raising a family of four children. Pat was employed in several management positions in the financial services sector for over 35 years. Pat has served on several committee's including Finance Chair for the past term of Council. This is Pat's first term as Mayor after one term as a Councillor. Pat looks forward to representing the residents of Kirkland Lake while leading Council in addressing the needs and concerns of the people of Kirkland Lake in a responsible manner. He is always open to hearing from you.
Phone: 705-567-9361 ext. 236 (W), 705-642-8298 (C)

Councillor - Eugene Ivanov

Councillor Eugene Ivanov
Phone: 705-568-7430

Councillor - Rick Owen

Councillor Rick OwenRick moved from Brampton to Kirkland Lake in 1982 to start his career as a reporter at the Northern Daily News. Prior to moving north Rick graduated with a B.A from Trent University, a Diploma in Community Print Journalism from Sheridan College and completed the first year of Applied Photography at Sheridan College. As well he worked in retail sales, owned his own retail business, worked in manufacturing, worked in social services, and the hospitality industry. Rick is married to Charlene and they have three grown children and two grandchildren. Over the years Rick has volunteered with many organizations, some of which include minor baseball, Second Street Daycare, Kirkland Lake Minor Hockey Association, Kirkland Lake Power Blast Girls Midget Hockey Team, Kirkland Lake Drug and Alcohol Awareness Coalition, Toburn Operating Authority and Trinity United Church. Rick, now retired, looks forward to serving Kirkland Lake in his role as Councillor.
Phone: 705-568-8277 (H)

Councillor - Stacy Wight

Councillor Stacy WightStacy was born and raised in Kirkland Lake. Proudly, with her husband, she is now raising her own two children in the town she loves. Educated at Northern College, Kirkland Lake Campus, she currently is employed as a Personal Support Worker. Stacy has devoted much of her life to volunteering, including sitting on the Teck Centennial Public Library Board and Museum of Northern History Advisory Committee, as well as volunteering with Ducks Unlimited Dinner Committee, Karbaret Charitable Foundation, and Tim Horton's Camp Days. This is her first term on council and she hopes to be a positive, open community leader.
Phone: 705-567-4043 (H)

Councillor - Patrick Adams

Councillor Patrick AdamsPatrick was raised in Southern Ontario, and after graduating college came to Kirkland Lake for the summer in 2010. Since his arrival, Patrick has established his roots here and like many KLers who come for a short time, called this his home. Together with his wife (a native Kirkland Laker), they are busy raising two small children. Patrick is involved in the community and enjoys curling in his free time. He is honoured and humbled to be elected to council and is proud to represent the community of Kirkland Lake.
Phone: 705-642-6376 (C)

Councillor - Dennis Perrier

Councillor Dennis PerrierMy wife Becky (Lamothe) and l were both born and raised in Kirkland Lake. We have two married children and they have also made Kirkland Lake the place to raise their families. l have worked at Macassa Mine for 32 years. This is my first term on town council and my goal is to help make Kirkland Lake the Hub of the North again.
Phone: 705-642-3230 (H), 705-262-0776 (C)

Councillor - Casey Owens​

Councillor Casey OwensBorn and raised in the north, Casey Owens made Kirkland Lake his home when he began teaching at École catholique Jean-Vanier in 2006. He has since grown to love this community he and his partner now call home. Casey has been involved in many extra-curricular programs that have given students a great opportunity to grow as young individuals. This is his first term on council and he is eager to get to work ensuring Kirkland Lake continues to flourish for generations to come.
Phone: 705-568-7499 (C)