Scott Moffatt (politician)
Scott Moffatt (born c. 1981 in Rideau Township, Ontario) is the Ottawa city councillor of Rideau-Goulbourn Ward. He won the ward in the 2010 Ottawa municipal election, defeating the incumbent Glenn Brooks.
|Ottawa City Councillor|
|Assumed office |
December 1, 2010
|Preceded by||Glenn Brooks|
Rideau, Ontario, Canada
|Ontario Progressive Conservative Party |
Conservative Party of Canada
Moffatt was born and raised on a farm in Rideau Township, now part of rural Ottawa. He attended Kars Public School (which has since become Kars on the Rideau Public School), South Carleton High School and received a General B.A. from Carleton University. He lives in North Gower, Ontario. Prior to being elected, he served as a retail and golf course manager.
Moffatt has volunteered for the Conservative Party of Canada in the past and served on its board of directors. He ran unsuccessfully in the Rideau-Goulbourn Ward in the 2006 Ottawa municipal election.
- Official website
- Scott Moffatt at the City of Ottawa website
- Councillor Scott Moffatt recalls early interest in politics at Canada.com