Eric Duncan (Canadian politician)
|Mayor of North Dundas|
December 1, 2010 – November 31, 2018
|Warden of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry|
December 1, 2013 – December 1, 2015
Eric Duncan is a Canadian politician from the town of North Dundas, Ontario. .
At the age of 18, Duncan was elected to the municipal council of North Dundas making him one of the youngest elected officials in Canadian history. After serving in his seat for four years he was elected as mayor of North Dundas in 2010.  Duncan defeated the then incumbent mayor Alvin Runnalls.
During his time as mayor, he gained national news attention when he temporarily lent his home to a Syrian refugee family. The family managed to move to North Dundas after being sponsored by local North Dundas residences. In 2014, after serving his first term as mayor, Duncan was re-elected as mayor.  At the same time he was elected Warden of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry which is the upper tier of the municipality. 
In 2018, Duncan opted not to run for re-election for mayor. He instead ran to replace Conservative MP Guy Lauzon in the riding of Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry in the 2019 Canadian federal election. Duncan had served as Lauzon’s parliamentary assistant for nine years and as campaign manager during the 2015 Canadian federal election.
- Spears, Tom. "22-year-old Carleton student wins mayoralty in North Dundas". www.ottawacitizen.com.
- "Mayor, Eric Duncan - Township of North Dundas". web.archive.org. 22 April 2016.
- "North Dundas 2014 Election Results".
- "Mayor Duncan Sworn in as Warden for SD&G".
- "Eric Duncan to run for region's Conservative nomination". 1 February 2019.
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