Council Members

Mayor François Landry


François Landry

François Landry has been a resident of North Stormont all his life, and is Office Manager for Annis O’Sullivan Vollebekk Land Surveying Firm in Embrun.  Frank is a Captain as well as the Training Officer for the North Stormont Fire Department (Crysler Station) and also a dedicated volunteer with various committees.

Steve Densham

Deputy Mayor

Steve Densham

Steve and his wife Adelle have lived in Avonmore since 1996 where they raised their three children. A retiree from Bell Canada’s Business Intelligence team, Steve is an active volunteer in his community. Steve joined council in 2018 and sits on many community boards and committees including South Nation Conservation, Winchester and District Memorial Hospital, among others.

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Alison McDonald

Alison was born and raised on a small farm near Monkland and attended Tagwi High School. In 2011 she completed her Master’s of Science degree at Trent University and returned to the area to work for South Nation Conservation.
In 2015 she joined the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry as the Manager of Planning and completed several projects at the County including the updated Official Plan, Regional Incentives community funding program, public mapping website, and numerous planning service improvements.

In 2018, Alison returned to the Conservation Authority to manage the Planning, Building, and Regulations programs. She currently serves as the Managing Director of Approvals, working with numerous municipalities in the area to review development applications and complete special projects.

She is especially interested in tackling big issues like flooding, climate change, and rural land use challenges.

She and her husband live in Crysler and love living in North Stormont. She focuses on supporting and promoting local businesses, working with stakeholders to protect environmental and agricultural lands, and participating in the many recreation and volunteer opportunities.

Through the feedback and amazing capacity of our residents she will work to promote and build a positive future for our area.

Councillor Adrian Bugelli


Adrian Bugelli

Adrian, a proud father of two, has lived in Finch since 2016.  He has served as an Executive Assistant and Chief of Staff to various Member’s of Parliament in Ottawa since 2008, currently working with our local MP Eric Duncan.  Adrian serves on various charitable and not-for-profit boards and is engaged in local sports

Councillor Charles Shane


Charles Shane

Resident of North Stormont all his life, Charles was raised on a dairy farm in Crysler before graduating from the Real Property Assessment Program of ST Lawrence college in 1989. He then began his career working for the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation where he is currently a manager of Valuation and Customer Relations