Local Government is at the coalface of the community. Council actions and decisions affect everyone in the area. Issues such as community safety, traffic management, protection of the environment, improving the streetscapes, community services, maintaining and enhancing parks and recreation areas, monitoring and controlling the type and quality of developments in the City of Canada Bay are areas of focus for the Council.
There are nine Council members of the City of Canada Bay, including a popularly elected Mayor and eight Councillors.
Angelo Tsirekas commenced his service as a local Councillor in 1995, served as Deputy Mayor for three terms and was elected Mayor of the City of Canada Bay in 2002 and again as popularly elected Mayor in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2017.
He has served as President and Vice President of the Inner Metropolitan Regional Organisation Council, Director of the Inner Sydney Waste Board and the NSW Architects Registration Board.
Angelo is an Honorary Member of Drummoyne Rotary Club and is the holder of the Paul Harris award. He is a board member of Sydney Cricket Club and a member of Wests Tigers Rugby League Club.
He has been patron of several community and sporting organisations within the Canada Bay area including:
Angelo plays water polo with Drummoyne Water Polo Club and soccer for Five Dock Soccer Club.
Telephone: 9911 6503
Currently serving as Deputy Mayor, Julia was elected to Council in 2017. Julia graduated with BA Media and Communications, (Government and International Relations and Germanic Studies) and worked for several years in the Commonwealth Public Sector.
As an active member in the local area, she is keen to ensure the City of Canada Bay retains its strong family-friendly, community feel.
Julia is passionate about the continued investment in community services and infrastructure and the improvement of our parks and foreshore.
Julia, her husband and young children are proud to call Canada Bay home.
Telephone: 0405 786 598
Michael Megna was elected to Drummoyne Council in 1987 and served four years as Deputy Mayor and six years as Mayor. He was elected to the City of Canada Bay Council in 2004 and was Deputy Mayor for one term.
Michael is now serving his seventh four-year term and has represented his community for over 25 years.
Michael has a strong interest in utilising our river transport system and was instrumental in securing new Rivercat services and wharves at Chiswick, Cabarita and Abbotsford. He also secured funding for the construction of the Bay Run around Iron Cove. Being a lifelong, third-generation Canada Bay resident, Michael is a strong community representative and is a good advocate for local residents when it comes to their issues of concern.
Michael is a Chartered Tax Advisor and has operated a business in Five Dock since 1974. He is married with two children.
Telephone: 9712 1751
Marian was first elected to the City of Canada Bay Council in 2004, has served two terms as Deputy Mayor and is currently a member of the Council’s Audit and Risk Committee.
Marian is a mother of two teenage boys and has legal and business qualifications.
Marian has a strong interest in ensuring Canada Bay remains a great place to live and that Council is focused on good governance and the wellbeing of our community.
Telephone: 0419 172 482
Elected to her first term with the City of Canada Bay in September 2017, Stephanie is the youngest Councillor ever elected in Canada Bay.
A lifelong resident of the area, Stephanie was born and raised in Concord and completed her primary and secondary education in Concord and Five Dock, respectively. Fluent in Italian, Stephanie is currently completing degrees in Commerce and Public Relations.
A strong advocate of her community, she has been involved in lobbying both state and federal governments about vital issues concerning Canada Bay residents. As a young woman in politics, Stephanie has advocated for more diversity in representative voices. She has been a strong supporter of initiatives that encourage more young women to run for public office and to engage women and young people in politics.
Stephanie is a firm believer in the essential services that local government provides and advocates for good financial sustainability and strong governance. She is passionate about improving local amenity and local infrastructure in the Canada Bay area.
Telephone: 0404 803 976
Elected to Council in 2017, Andrew is the Chair of the City of Canada Bay Access Committee.
Andrew has been a resident in Concord, Rhodes and Breakfast Point for more than 28 years. He is committed to issues of equity, social justice, heritage and environmental sustainability.
Andrew was the inaugural Chair of the Rhodes Community Garden and Public Officer of the Rhodes Multicultural Community Association.
He has been on the board of many government agencies and companies and holds a Bachelor of Economics, Masters of Economics and a Diploma of Urban Studies. He is currently the Managing Director of an insurance broking company.
Andrew remains active in many community organisations and is presently a Patron of the Asbestos Diseases Foundation of Australia and on the Board of the Cardiac Arrest Survival Foundation.
Andrew is passionate about representing residents, community and business to make Canada Bay an even greater place to live and work.
Telephone: 0415 768 947
Nick was elected to council in 2017 and is a strong advocate for the residents and businesses of the City of Canada Bay. Improving the livability of all areas of the City is a key focus for Nick. This includes delivering better outdoor and recreational living spaces, conserving the City’s heritage and landscapes and improving accessibility for the young and elderly. Nick’s priority for the health and wellbeing of its residents reflects his support for the many local clubs and volunteer groups that are vital for a vibrant community.
Nick’s key priorities for the City of Canada Bay also include a prosperous, resilient and sustainable business sector. Nick is an advocate of the local Chambers of Commerce and the initiatives undertaken by council in supporting local businesses. Nick support’s Council’s proactive role in assisting businesses and the community during and post Covid-19. Nick is committed to a financially sound Council and improving the Council’s services and delivery times.
Nick is married with one son and he and his family attend St. Bede’s Anglican Church in Drummoyne. Nick works for the Danone food and beverage company in sales and marketing and his qualifications include a PhD and a Master of Management from Macquarie University.
Telephone: 0434 472 089
Charles has lived in the City of Canada Bay area since 1989 and also works as an adult trainer. His professional experience includes the information technology and community development sectors. Charles's key concerns include:
Telephone: 0403 902 613
Daniela, her husband and two sons have lived in Drummoyne for over 10 years and Daniela owned and operated a popular local small business for 15 years.
As an independent councillor, Daniela wants to keep party politics off Council and ensure greater consultation with local residents.
Daniela would love to hear from you about your concerns.
Telephone: 0417 275 575