James Burrows (politician)

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James C. Burrows is a politician and a former municipal councillor in St. Albert, Alberta.

He first ran for St. Albert City Council in 1998, soon after moving to the city.[1] He was defeated, but was more successful three years later when he was one of six councillors elected from a field of fifteen. During this election, he received an endorsement from S.E.N.S.I.B.L.E. Choice, a lobby group which favoured the same alignment for the city's west regional road as did Burrows. Burrows was re-elected in 2004, and 2007, but was defeated in 2010.