Montreal municipal election, 2009

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Montreal municipal election, 2009
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65 seats in Montreal City Council
Turnout 39.44%
  First party Second party Third party
  Tremblay Gérald.jpg LouiseHarel 2.jpg Richard Bergeron 2013.jpg
Leader Gérald Tremblay Louise Harel Richard Bergeron
Party Union Montreal Vision Montreal Projet Montréal
Leader since 2001 2009 2004
Leader's seat Mayor Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe Jeanne-Mance
Last election 47 seats, 53.74% 14 seats, 36.33% 1 seat, 8.53%
Seats before 52 9 1
Seats won 38 16 10
Seat change -14 +7 +9
Popular vote 159,020 137,301 106,768
Percentage 37.90% 32.73% 25.45%
Swing -15.84% -3.60% +16.92%

Mayor before election

Gérald Tremblay
Union Montreal

Elected Mayor

Gérald Tremblay
Union Montreal

The city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, held a municipal election at the same time as numerous other municipalities in Quebec, on 1 November 2009. Voters elected the Mayor of Montreal, Montreal City Council, and the mayors and councils of each of the city's boroughs.

The election became plagued with allegations of corruption and mafia involvement in city contracts.[1]

Results for borough mayor
Results for city councillor
Results for borough councillor

Results[edit]

Despite being assailed with accusations of corruption, incumbent Mayor Gérald Tremblay led his Union Montréal party to a third victory, although with reduced standings in city council. Union's seat totals remained firm especially in the boroughs merged into the city in 2002; it retained complete control of eight boroughs and near-complete control of three more.

Vision Montréal, led by former Quebec minister of municipal affairs Louise Harel, ran a campaign targeting the mayor on ethics. However, its campaign was blindsided by a scandal involving its second-in-command and former leader Benoit Labonté, who dropped out of the race. Vision increased its council standing but was unable to defeat the mayor. It won complete control of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and majorities in three other borough councils.

Third party Projet Montréal increased sharply in popularity. Polls shortly prior to the election put its leader Richard Bergeron neck-and-neck with the two other main candidates. He would finally come in third, but the party increased from just one seat at the previous election to ten council seats, two borough mayors, four borough councillors, and complete control of the borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal. Besides its main issue of public transit and urban planning, the party emphasized ethics, running its campaign on just $200,000.

Mayor of Montreal[edit]

  Candidate Party Vote  %
  Gérald Tremblay (incumbent) Union Montréal 159,020 37.90%
  Louise Harel Vision Montréal 137,301 32.73%
  Richard Bergeron Projet Montréal 106,768 25.45%
  Louise O'Sullivan Parti Montréal - Ville-Marie 8,490 2.02%
  Michel Bédard Parti Fierté Montréal 5,297 1.26%
  Michel Prairie Independent 2,648 0.63%
Result: UM hold

Composition of city and borough councils[edit]

Depending on their borough, Montrealers voted for:

  • Mayor of Montreal
  • Borough mayor (except in Ville-Marie, whose mayor is the Mayor of Montreal), who is also a city councillor
  • A city councillor for the whole borough or for each district, who is also a borough councillor (Outremont and L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève have no city councillors other than the borough mayor)
  • Zero, one, or two additional borough councillors for each district
Borough District Borough Councillors
City Councillors   Borough Councillor   Borough Councillor
  Borough Mayor   City Councillor
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Ahuntsic   Pierre Gagnier   Émilie Thuillier  
Bordeaux-Cartierville   Harout Chitilian  
Saint-Sulpice   Jocelyn Ann Campbell  
Sault-au-Récollet   Étienne Brunet  
Anjou Centre   Luis Miranda   Andrée Hénault   Michelle Zammit  
East   Paul-Yvon Perron  
West   Gilles Beaudry  
Côte-des-Neiges–
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Côte-des-Neiges   Michael Appelbaum   Helen Fotopulos  
Darlington   Lionel Perez  
Loyola   Susan Clarke  
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce   Peter McQueen  
Snowdon   Marvin Rotrand  
L'Île-Bizard–
Sainte-Geneviève
Denis-Benjamin-Viger   Richard Bélanger     Christopher Little  
Jacques-Bizard     François Robert  
Pierre-Foretier     Diane Gibb  
Sainte-Geneviève     Jacques Cardinal  
Lachine Du Canal   Claude Dauphin   Jane Cowell-Poitras   Lise Poulin  
Fort-Rolland   Jean-François Cloutier  
J.-Émery-Provost   Bernard Blanchet  
LaSalle Cecil-P.-Newman   Manon Barbe   Alvaro Farinacci   Vincenzo Cesari   Josée Troilo
Sault-Saint-Louis   Richard Deschamps   Ross Blackhurst   Laura-Ann Palestini
Mercier–
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Hochelaga   Réal Ménard   Laurent Blanchard  
Louis-Riel   Lyn Thériault  
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe   Louise Harel  
Tétreaultville   Gaëtan Primeau  
Montréal-Nord Marie-Clarac   Gilles Deguire   Clementina Teti-Tomassi   Chantal Rossi  
Ovide-Clermont   Jean-Marc Gibeau   Monica Ricourt  
Outremont Claude-Ryan   Marie Cinq-Mars     Louis Moffatt  
Jeanne-Sauvé     Ana Nunes  
Joseph-Beaubien     Céline Forget  
Robert-Bourassa     Marie Potvin  
Pierrefonds-Roxboro East   Monique Worth   Christian Dubois   Dimitrios Jim Beis  
West   Bertrand Ward   Catherine Clément-Talbot  
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal DeLorimier   Luc Ferrandez   Josée Duplessis   Carl Boileau  
Jeanne-Mance   Richard Bergeron   Piper Huggins  
Mile-End   Alex Norris   Richard Ryan  
Rivière-des-Prairies–
Pointe-aux-Trembles
La Pointe-aux-Prairies   Joe Magri   Caroline Bourgeois   Mario Blanchet  
Pointe-aux-Trembles   Suzanne Décarie   Gilles Déziel  
Rivière-des-Prairies   Maria Calderone   Giovanni Rapanà  
Rosemont–
La Petite-Patrie
Étienne-Desmarteau   François Croteau   Marc-André Gadoury  
Marie-Victorin   Élaine Ayotte  
Saint-Édouard   François Limoges  
Vieux-Rosemont   Pierre Lampron  
Saint-Laurent Côte-de-Liesse   Alan DeSousa   Laval Demers   Maurice Cohen  
Norman-McLaren   Aref Salem   Michèle Biron  
Saint-Léonard Saint-Léonard-Est   Michel Bissonnet   Robert Zambito   Lili-Anne Tremblay  
Saint-Léonard-Ouest   Dominic Perri   Mario Battista  
Le Sud-Ouest Saint-Henri–Petite-Bourgogne–
Pointe-Saint-Charles
  Benoit Dorais   Véronique Fournier   Sophie Thiébaut  
Saint-Paul–Émard   Daniel Bélanger   Huguette Roy  
Verdun Champlain–L'Île-des-Sœurs   Claude Trudel   Ginette Marotte   Paul Beaupré   Andrée Champoux
Desmarchais-Crawford   Alain Tassé   Ann Guy   André Savard
Ville-Marie Peter-McGill (Mayor of
Montreal)
  Sammy Forcillo  
Saint-Jacques   François Robillard  
Sainte-Marie   Pierre Mainville  
Villeray–Saint-Michel–
Parc-Extension
François-Perrault   Anie Samson   Frank Venneri  
Parc-Extension   Mary Deros  
Saint-Michel   Frantz Benjamin  
Villeray   Elsie Lefebvre  

Seat-by-seat results[edit]

Nomination was open until 2 October at 4:30 p.m.

Candidate statistics[edit]

Party names are the official ones registered with Élection Montréal.

  Party Abbrev. Number of candidates for Total Link
Borough mayor City councillor Borough councillor
Total positions open 18 46 38 102
  Action civique Montréal ACM 1 2 2 5 [1]
  Ethnic Party of Montréal
Parti ethnique de Montréal
EPM 0 2 0 2 [2]
  Équipe Louise O'Sullivan - Parti Montréal - Ville-Marie PMVM 4 21 8 33 [3]
  Parti d'Outremont PO 0 0 3 3 [4]
  Équipe Bédard - Fierté Montréal
Team Bédard - Montreal Pride Party
MPP 0 1 0 1
  Projet Montréal PM 18 46 38 102 [5]
  Renouveau municipal de Montréal RMM 1 2 2 5
  Équipe Tremblay - Union Montréal UM 18 46 38 102 [6]
  Parti Ville LaSalle PVL 1 2 4 7 [7]
  Équipe Harel - Vision Montréal VM 18 45 38 101 [8]
  Independents Ind 6 17 8 31
Total candidates 67 184 141 392

Results by party[edit]

  Party Abbrev. Borough mayor City councillor Borough councillor Total seats
Before Held Gained Lost After Net Before Held Gained Lost After Net Before Held Gained Lost After Net Before Held Gained Lost After Net
  Projet Montréal PM 0 0 2 0 2 +2 1 1 7 0 8 +7 2 1 3 (1)* 4 +2 3 2 13 (1)* 14 +12
  Union Montréal UM 16 12 0 4 12 -4 36 23 3 12(+1)* 26 -10 33 27 2 6 29 -4 85 62 5 22(+1)* 67 -18
  Vision Montréal VM 3 2 2 (1)* 4 +1 6 2 10 4 12 +6 3 1 2 2 3 ±0 12 5 14 6(+1)* 19 +7
  Independents Ind. 0 0 0 0 0 ±0 2 0 0 2 0 -2 2 0 2 1(+1)* 2 ±0 4 0 2 3(+1)* 2 -2
* = seats lost in redistricting of Ville-Marie (see below).

Ahuntsic-Cartierville[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
84,532 Borough mayor 38,114
45.09%
  Pierre Gagnier
12,760 (35.09%)
  François Purcell
11,943 (32.84%)
  Zaki Ghavitian
11,659 (32.06%)
  Marie-Andrée Beaudoin PM gain from UM
Ahuntsic 21,037 City councillor 10,532
50.06%
  Émilie Thuillier
3,484 (34.17%)
  Diane Lemieux
3,364 (33.00%)
  Frédéric Lapointe
3,347 (32.83%)
  Hasmig Belleli PM gain from VM
Bordeaux-Cartierville 21,345 City councillor 8,439
39.54%
  Pericles Creticos
2,040 (25.31%)
  Harout Chitilian
3,040 (37.71%)
  Hasmig Belleli
2,578 (31.98%)
  John Gentile (PMVM): 403 (5.00%)[2]   Noushig Eloyan UM gain from VM
Saint-Sulpice 21,605 City councillor 9,074
42.00%
  Martin Bazinet
2,546 (29.25%)[3]
  Jocelyn Ann Campbell
3,099 (35.60%)
  Jean-Jacques Lapointe
3,060 (35.15%)[4]
  Jocelyn Ann Campbell UM hold
Sault-au-Récollet 20,545 City councillor 10,055
48.94%
  Jean-François Desgroseilliers
3,030 (31.35%)
  Léonardo Fiore
2,384 (24.66%)
  Étienne Brunet
3,128 (32.36%)
  Giovanna Giancaspro (Ind): 743 (7.69%)
Achille Polcaro (PMVM): 381 (3.94%)
  Jean-François St-Onge VM gain from UM

Anjou[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
29,753 Borough mayor 13,867
46.61 %
  Philippe Duval
2,020 (15.10%)
  Luis Miranda
7,403 (55.32%)
  Lynda Côté
3,958 (29.58%)
  Luis Miranda UM hold
City councillor   Yves Laporte   Andrée Hénault   Danielle Boulet   Andrée Hénault UM hold
Centre Borough councillor   Slimane Bah   Michelle Zammit   Badiona Bazin   Michelle Zammit UM hold
East Borough councillor   Julien Viel
656 (16.90%)
  Paul-Yvon Perron
1,746 (44.99%)
  Rémy Tondreau
1,479 (38.11%)
  Rémy Tondreau UM gain from VM
West Borough councillor   Alexis Rochon   Gilles Beaudry   Souad Bounakhla   Gilles Beaudry UM hold

Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Carole Dupuis
8,678 (26.01%)
  Michael Applebaum
17,409 (53.19%)
  Brenda Mae Paris
5,686 (17.04%)
  Jacqueline Sommereyns (PMVM): 1,586 (4.75%)   Michael Applebaum UM hold
Côte-des-Neiges City councillor   Magda Popeanu
2,111 (33.81%)
  Helen Fotopulos
Co-candidate[5] for Gérald Tremblay
2,607 (41.75%)
  Amelia Salehabadi
1,382 (22.13%)
  Ziyad Almbasher (PMVM)
144 (2.31%)
  Francine Sénécal UM hold
Darlington City councillor   Kamala Jegatheeswaran
1,137 (21.42%)
  Lionel Perez
2,322 (43.74%)
  Keeton Clarke
798 (15.03%)
  Francine Brodeur (PMVM): 435 (8.19%)
Marlon Quintos (Ind): 312 (5.88%)
Alex Robles (Ind): 305 (5.74%)
  Saulie Zajdel UM hold
Loyola City councillor   Cymry Jean Gomery   Susan Clarke   Hubert Gallet   George Pentsos (PMVM)
Jeremy Searle (Ind)
  Warren Allmand UM hold
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce City councillor   Peter McQueen
3,441 (41.82%)
  Marie-José Mastromonaco
2,654 (32.26%)
  David Hanna
1,811 (22.01%)
  David Riachi (PMVM): 177 (2.15%)
Philippe Godley (Ind): 145 (1.76%)
  Marcel Tremblay PM gain from UM
Snowdon City councillor   Daniel Grenon   Marvin Rotrand   Frédéric Tremblay   Carmen Dan (PMVM)   Marvin Rotrand UM hold

L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
13,150 Borough mayor 5,327
40.51%
  Luc Charlebois
925 (17.95%)
  Richard Bélanger
2,881 (55.91%)
  René Gervais
1,168 (22.67%)
  Nadia Vilmé (PMVM): 179 (3.47%)
Christian Prevost (Ind)
Candidacy withdrawn[6]
  Richard Bélanger UM hold
Denis-Benjamin-Viger 3,826 Borough councillor 1,635
42.73%
  Gordon Craig
170 (10.71%)
  Christopher Little
692 (43.58%)
  Raymond Legault
254 (15.99%)
  Christian Larocque (Ind): 472 (29.72%)   Christopher Little UM hold
Jacques-Bizard 3,044 Borough councillor 1,255
41.23%
  Jean-Dominic Lévesque-René
323 (27.23%)
  François Robert
538 (45.36%)
  Pascal Marchi
325 (27.40%)
  François Robert UM hold
Pierre-Foretier 3,696 Borough councillor 1,566
42.37%
  Daniel Dulude
309 (20.21%)
  Diane Gibb
816 (53.37%)
  Denis Lessard
404 (26.42%)
  Diane Gibb UM hold
Sainte-Geneviève 2,584 Borough councillor 877
33.94%
  Henri Malmström
43 (5.05%)
  Philippe Voisard
344 (40.38%)
  Éric Boissé
65 (7.63%)
  Jacques Cardinal (Ind): 400 (46.95%)   Philippe Voisard Ind. gain from UM

Lachine[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Gilles Lortie
2,040 (17.45%)
  Claude Dauphin
7,407 (63.37%)
  Carolina Caruso
2,242 (19.18%)
    Claude Dauphin UM hold
City councillor   Daniel Racicot   Jane Cowell-Poitras   Zhao Xin Wu     Jane Cowell-Poitras UM hold
Du Canal Borough councillor   John Symon   Lise Poulin   Robert Monaco   Robert Farineau (Ind)
Mario Lavigne (Ind)
  Elizabeth Verge UM hold
Fort-Rolland Borough councillor   Jody Negley   Jean-François Cloutier   Claude de Lanauze     Jean-François Cloutier UM hold
J.-Émery-Provost Borough councillor   Marc-André Rivest   Bernard Blanchet   Raymond Dufort     Bernard Blanchet UM hold

LaSalle[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Olivier Lafontaine   Manon Barbe   Michael Vadacchino   Oksana Kaluzny (PVL)   Manon Barbe UM hold
Cecil-P.-Newman City councillor   Dominique Matte   Alvaro Farinacci   Carlo Mannarino   Saroj Kumar Dash (PMVM)
Francisco Moreno (PVL)
  Alvaro Farinacci UM hold
Borough councillor I   Livia James   Vincenzo Cesari   Enrico Pace   Giovanni Butterin (PVL)   Vincenzo Cesari UM hold
Borough councillor II   Julien Demers   Josée Troilo   Jocelyne Bénard   Vas Karkavilas (PMVM)
Mario Orlando (PVL)
  Michael Vadacchino UM gain from VM
Sault-Saint-Louis City councillor   Frédéric Demers   Richard Deschamps   Pierre Lussier   Cécile Duhamel (PMVM)
Éric Tremblay (PVL)
  Richard Deschamps UM hold
Borough councillor I   Gregory Abel   Ross Blackhurst   Yves Desparois   Mariya Pasternak (PVL)
Gerald Wityshyn (PMVM)
  Ross Blackhurst UM hold
Borough councillor II   Benoît Couturier   Laura Palestini   Gilbert Vachon   Lise Furlatt (PMVM)
Devon Wyre (PVL)
  Laura Palestini UM hold

Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
96,244 Borough mayor 39,531
41.07%
  Ann Julie Fortier
9,640 (25.19%)
  Claire St-Arnaud
8,528 (22.28%)
  Réal Ménard
20,103 (52.53%)
    Lyn Thériault VM hold
Hochelaga 23,817 City councillor 8,949
37.57%
  Éric Alan Caldwell
2,560 (29.57%)[7]
  Louis Cléroux
1,131 (13.07%)
  Laurent Blanchard
4,965 (57.36%)
    Laurent Blanchard VM hold
Louis-Riel 22,743 City councillor 9,804
43.11%
  Michel Bouchard
2,437 (25.73%)[8]
  Richer Dompierre
2,926 (30.89%)
  Lyn Thériault
3,784 (39.95%)
  Steve Lamer (Ind) 255 (2.69%)
Kristian-Andrew Solarik (Ind) 69 (0.73%)
  Richer Dompierre VM gain from UM
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe 24,752 City councillor 10,070
40.68%
  Carl Bégin   Christian Giguère   Monique Comtois-Blanchet
Co-candidate[5] for Louise Harel
    Claire St-Arnaud VM gain from UM
Tétreaultville 24,932 City councillor 10,748
43.11%
  Suzie Miron   Serge Malaison   Gaëtan Primeau     Gaëtan Primeau VM hold

Montréal-Nord[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Ronald Boisrond
2,438 (14.55%)
  Gilles Deguire
6,784 (40.50%)
  Daniel Renaud
4,317 (25.77%)
  Michelle Allaire (RMM)
3,213 (19.18%)
  Marcel Parent UM hold
Marie-Clarac City councillor   Hugues Surprenant
1,456
  Clementina Teti-Tomassi
3,410
  Marc L. Fortin
2,817
  Louis Pelletier (RMM)
1,345
  James Infantino UM hold
Borough councillor   Saïd Ghoulimi
1,256 (13.96%)
  Chantal Rossi
3,506 (38.96%)
  Roland Carrier
2,824 (31.38%)
  Jeannette Belisle (RMM)
1,413 (15.70%)
  Clementina Teti-Tomassi UM hold
Ovide-Clermont City councillor   Judith Houedjissin
920
  Jean-Marc Gibeau
3,787
  Brunilda Reyes
2,035
  Réjean Loyer (RMM)
953
  Jean-Marc Gibeau UM hold
Borough councillor   Nicolas Bergeron
1,140
  Monica Ricourt
3,313
  Guerline Rigaud
2,020
  Lynn Boulerice (RMM)
993
Henri-Paul Bernier (Ind)
189
  Normand Fortin UM hold

Outremont[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Étienne Coutu   Marie Cinq-Mars   Paul-André Tétreault   Marie Cinq-Mars UM hold
Claude-Ryan Borough councillor   Mylène Freeman   Louis Moffatt   Duncan Robert Seebold   Jean de Julio-Paquin (PO)   Louis Moffatt UM hold
Jeanne-Sauvé Borough councillor   Jérôme Bugel   Ana Nunes   Marc Vanier Vincent   Pierre Simard (PO)   Ana Nunes UM hold
Joseph-Beaubien Borough councillor   Denisa Baranceanu   Claude B. Piquette   Louise Gagné   Céline Forget (Ind)   Claude B. Piquette Ind. gain from UM
Robert-Bourassa Borough councillor   Angèle Richer   Marie Potvin   Alain Tittley   Jean Girouard (PO)   Marie Potvin UM hold

Pierrefonds-Roxboro[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Michael Labelle   Monique Worth   Latif Zaki   Monique Worth UM hold
East City councillor   Miguel Roman   Christian G. Dubois   Mustapha Kachani   Christian G. Dubois UM hold
Borough councillor   Eva Salem Nakouzi   Dimitrios Jim Beis   Nathalie Morin   Roger Trottier UM hold
West City councillor   Eric McCarty   Bertrand A. Ward   Olivier Manceau   Bertrand A. Ward UM hold
Borough councillor   Lisa Ann Cardi   Catherine Clément-Talbot   Alexandre Pagé-Chassé   Catherine Clément-Talbot UM hold

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Luc Ferrandez
12,541 (44.76%)
  Michel Labrecque
7,274 (25.96%)
  Guillaume Vaillancourt
7,620 (27.20%)
  Jean-François Larose (PMVM): 582 (2.08%)   Helen Fotopulos PM gain from UM
DeLorimier City councillor   Josée Duplessis
5,403 (49.51%)
  Constance Ramacieri
1,391 (12.75%)[9]
  Martine Hébert
3,907 (35.80%)[10]
  Antoine Bilodeau (PMVM)
211 (1.93%)[11]
  Richard Bergeron PM hold
Borough councillor   Carl Boileau
5,242 (48.12%)
  Marc-Nicolas Kobrynsky
1,484 (13.62%)
  Christine Fréchette
4,168 (38.26%)[12]
  Josée Duplessis PM hold
Jeanne-Mance City councillor   Nimâ Machouf
Co-candidate[5] for Richard Bergeron
  Michel Prescott   Nathalie Rochefort   Marc-André Bahl (PMVM)
Marc-Boris St-Maurice (Ind)
  Michel Prescott PM gain from UM
Borough councillor   Piper Huggins
3,457 (42.57%)
  Isabel Dos Santos
2,719 (33.48%)
  Jennifer-Lee Barker
1,945 (23.95%)
  Isabel Dos Santos PM gain from UM
Mile End City councillor   Alex Norris   Robert Pilon   Pierre Marquis   Juliana Contreras (PMVM)   Michel Labrecque PM gain from UM
Borough councillor   Richard Ryan   Eleni Fakotakis-Kolaitis   Michel Pauzé   Eleni Fakotakis PM gain from UM

Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Thérèse Deschambault   Joe Magri   Chantal Rouleau   Michel Daoust (Ind)   Cosmo Maciocia UM hold
La Pointe-aux-Prairies City councillor   Suzanne Morin   Marco Veilleux   Caroline Bourgeois   Nicolas Montmorency VM gain from Ind.
Borough councillor   Guillaume Raymond   Joseph Di Pietro   Mario Blanchet   Joseph Di Pietro VM gain from UM
Pointe-aux-Trembles City councillor   Marius Minier   André Bélisle   Suzanne Décarie   Gérald Briand (Ind)   André Bélisle VM gain from UM
Borough councillor   Carine Bernier   Stéphane Robitaille   Gilles Déziel   Suzanne Décarie VM hold
Rivière-des-Prairies City councillor   Carole Leroux   Maria Calderone   Gennaro Bartoli   Joe Magri UM hold
Borough councillor   Sylvain Girard   Giovanni Rapanà   Francesco Ierfino   Maria Calderone UM hold

Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Patrick Cigana   André Lavallée   François Croteau   André Lavallée VM gain from UM
Étienne-Desmarteau City councillor   Marc-André Gadoury   Carole Du Sault   Rémy Trudel   Carole Du Sault PM gain from UM
Marie-Victorin City councillor   Michel Desmarais   Carle Bernier-Genest   Élaine Ayotte   Carle Bernier-Genest VM gain from UM
Saint-Édouard City councillor   François Limoges   Nicole McNeil   Atim Leon   François Purcell PM gain from UM
Vieux-Rosemont City councillor   Christine Gosselin   Gilles Grondin   Pierre Lampron   Gilles Grondin VM gain from UM

Saint-Laurent[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
56,747 Borough mayor 18,767
33.07%
  Fouad Zerhouni
2,486 (13.72%)
  Alan DeSousa
13,206 (72.89%)
  Sergio Borja
2,426 (13.39%)
  Alan DeSousa UM hold
Côte-de-Liesse 29,030 City councillor 9,298
32.03%
  Carole Laberge
1,415 (15.71%)
  Laval Demers
5,793 (64.33%)
  Sonia Fragapane
1,230 (13.66%)
  Bryce Durafourt (Ind.): 567 (6.30%)   Laval Demers UM hold
Borough councillor   Frances Kotar   Maurice Cohen   Guillaume Benoit-Gagné   Maurice Cohen UM hold
Norman-McLaren 27,717 City councillor   Mohammed Benzaria   Aref Salem   Joan Adams   Patricia Bittar UM hold
Borough councillor   Léonard Langlois   Michèle Biron   Nezar Hammoud   Michèle Biron UM hold

Saint-Léonard[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
48,325 Borough mayor 18,803
38.91%
  Nicolas Marchildon
1,325 (7.42%)[13]
  Michel Bissonnet
12,449 (69.72%)
  Vittorio Capparelli
2,035 (11.40%)
  Italo Barone (ACM) 1,868 (10.46%)
David Mallozzi (Ind) 179 (1.00%)[14]
  Michel Bissonnet UM hold
Saint-Léonard-Est 21,159 City councillor 8,294
39.20%
  Franco Fiori
947 (12.21%)[15]
  Robert L. Zambito
4,928 (63.51%)
  Raphaël Fortin
1,135 (14.63%)
  Louise Blackburn (ACM)
749 (9.65%)
  Yvette Bissonnet UM hold
Borough councillor 8,270
39.09%
  Martin Surprenant
830 (10.84%)[16]
  Lili-Anne Tremblay
4,429 (57.86%)
  Marie-Lourdes Louis
1,162 (15.18%)[17]
  Domenico Moschella (ACM)
1,234 (16.12%)
  Robert L. Zambito UM hold
Saint-Léonard-Ouest 27,166 City councillor 10,487
38.60%
  Souad El Haous
773 (7.90%)[18]
  Dominic Perri
6,524 (66.69%)
  Najat Boughaba
1,330 (13.60%)[19]
  Rocco De Robertis (ACM)
1,155 (11.81%)[20]
  Dominic Perri UM hold
Borough councillor 10,500
38.65%
  Martin Lavallée
1,095 (11.09%)[21]
  Mario Battista
6,653 (67.39%)
  Carmelo De Stefano
1,408 (14.26%)[22]
  Luis Ruivo (ACM)
717 (7.26%)[23]
  Mario Battista UM hold

Le Sud-Ouest[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
49,148 Borough mayor 17,848
36.31%
  Mudi Wa Mbuji Kabeya
3,275 (19.19%)[24]
  Nicole Boudreau
4,821 (28.25%)
  Benoit Dorais
4,848 (28.41%)
  Line Hamel (Ind)
3,586 (21.01%)
Camillien Delisle (Ind)
537 (3.15%)[25]
  Jacqueline Montpetit VM gain from UM
Saint-Henri–Petite-Bourgogne–Pointe-Saint-Charles 27,189 City councillor 9,323
34.29%
  Steeve Lemay
2,524 (28.27%)[26]
  Pierre Fréchette
2,538 (28.43%)[27]
  Véronique Fournier
2,695 (30.19%)
  Sylvain Patry (Ind)
792 (8.87%)
Michel Fortin (Ind)
378 (4.23%)
  Line Hamel VM gain from Ind.
Borough councillor 9,385
34.52%
  Sophie Thiébaut   Danielle Godbout   Paul-Émile Rioux   Émilie Bordat (Ind)
Sean Murphy (PMVM)
  Pierre E. Fréchette PM gain from UM
Saint-Paul–Émard 21,959 City councillor 8,551
38.94%
  Marie-Pascale Deegan   Daniel Bélanger   Benjamin Cartier   Jean-Yves Cartier UM gain from VM
Borough councillor 8,558
38.97%
  Hélène Leblanc   Diane Robitaille Pignoloni   Huguette Roy   Ronald Bossy (Ind)   Ronald Bossy VM gain from Ind.

Verdun[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
47,141 Borough mayor 18,073
38.34%
  Yannick Brosseau
3,892 (22.22%)
  Claude Trudel
6,993 (39.92%)
  Richard Langlais
5,578 (31.84%)
  Pierre Labrosse (PMVM): 1,055 (6.02%)   Claude Trudel UM hold
Champlain–
L'Île-des-Sœurs
24,618 City councillor 9,721
39.49%
  Alain Fredet
2,160 (22.99%)
  Ginette Marotte
3,430 (36.51%)
  Catherine Chauvin
3,289 (35.01%)
  Denise Larouche (PMVM)
516 (5.49%)
  Ginette Marotte UM hold
Borough councillor I 9,721
39.49%
  Mathieu Lutfy   Paul Beaupré   André Julien   Rickie Richard (PMVM)   Paul Beaupré UM hold
Borough councillor II 9,716
39.47%
  Ken McLaughlin   Andrée Champoux   Pierre L'Heureux   Pierre Rousseau (PMVM)   Marc Touchette UM hold
Desmarchais-Crawford 22,523 City councillor 8,334
37.00%
  Mathieu Boisvert   Alain Tassé   Antoine Richard   Jeannette Lafrance (PMVM)   Alain Tassé UM hold
Borough councillor I 8,351
37.08%
  Xavier Mondor   Ann Guy   Jean-François Parenteau   Diane Schinck (PMVM)   Josée Lavigueur Thériault UM hold
Borough councillor II 8,350
37.07%
  Beatriz Guarin   André Savard   Michelle Tremblay   Robert Couturier (PMVM)   André Savard UM hold

Ville-Marie[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
n/a Borough mayor Elected position abolished (Mayor of Montreal serves as borough mayor)[28]   Benoit Labonté VM loss to redistricting
Peter-McGill 18,201 City councillor 5,179
28.45%
  David-Roger Gagnon   Sammy Forcillo   Denise Dussault   Karim Boulos (Ind)
Martin Boyer (Ind)
Fergus Keyes (PMVM) — Co-candidate[5] for Louise O'Sullivan
  Catherine Sévigny UM hold
n/a Borough councillor Position abolished   Karim Boulos Ind. loss to redistricting
Saint-Jacques 20,750 City councillor 7,806
37.62%
  Siou Fan Houang   Catherine Sévigny   François Robillard   Gérald Yane (PMVM) Position created VM gain
Sainte-Marie 15,761 City councillor 6,245
39.62%
  Pierre Mainville
3,689 (65.05%)
  Yves Pelletier
1,144 (20.17%)[29]
  Benoit Labonté
Candidacy withdrawn[30]
  Milan Mirich (MPP) — Co-candidate[5] for Michel Bédard 334 (5.89%)
Frederic Rappaz (Ind) 259 (4.57%)[31]
Rim Zid (PMVM) 245 (4.32%)[32]
Position created PM gain
Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques n/a City councillor Position abolished   Sammy Forcillo UM loss to redistricting
n/a Borough councillor Position abolished   Pierre Mainville PM loss to redistricting

Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension[edit]

 

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Projet Montréal   Union Montréal   Vision Montréal   Other
Borough mayor   Nicolas Thibodeau   Marcel Tremblay   Anie Samson   Beverly Bernardo (Ind)
Jacques Brisebois (Ind)
  Anie Samson VM hold
François-Perrault City councillor   Marie-Josée Beauchamp
2,219 (27.97%)
  Frank Venneri
2,877 (36.26%)
  Harry Delva[33]
2,556 (32.22%)
  Guillaume Blouin-Beaudoin (Ind)
282 (3.55%)
  Frank Venneri UM hold
Parc-Extension City councillor   Bernarda Klatt   Mary Deros   Costa Zafiropoulos   Sorin Vasile Iftode (PMVM)
Moshfiqur Rahman Khan (Ind)
George Lemontzoglou (EPM)
  Mary Deros UM hold
Saint-Michel City councillor   Jack Thierry Morency   Frantz Benjamin   Soraya Martinez   Valentino Nelson (PMVM)   Soraya Martinez UM gain from VM
Villeray City councillor   Éric Daoust   Sylvain Lachance   Elsie Lefebvre   Luis Corcuera (EPM)   Sylvain Lachance VM gain from UM

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  2. ^ Gentile was a first-time candidate. See Véronique Leduc, "Présentation des candidats du district de Bordeaux-Cartierville" Courier Ahuntsic/Bordeaux-Cartierville, 1 October 2009, accessed 5 February 2013.
  3. ^ Born in Ahuntsic, Bazinet has a master's degree in management. He has been a member of Projet Montréal since its founding and is running for the party again in the 2013 municipal election. See Élections municipales 2013 – Deux nouveaux candidats s’ajouteront à l’équipe de Projet Montréal d’Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Projet Montréal, 25 April 2013, accessed 11 July 2013.
  4. ^ Lapointe has a bachelor's degree in community organization from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), has pursued graduate studies in marketing and science management at UQAM and HEC Montréal, and worked for many years with the Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ). The 2009 election was his first bid for public office. See Louise Harel et Benoit Labonté présentent l'équipe de candidat-e-s de Vision Montréal dans l'arrondissement d'Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Vision Montreal, 25 August 2009, accessed 11 July 2009; Pascal LeBlanc, "Présentation des candidats du district de Saint-Sulpice," Courrier Ahuntsic, 9 October 2009, accessed 11 July 2013
  5. ^ a b c d e "A person may only run for one position, either mayor of the city, borough mayor, city councillor, or borough councillor. However, a person running for mayor of the city for an authorized party may also run, together with a second person called a 'co-candidate' (colistier), for city councillor. This does not include the position of borough mayor. If the candidate for mayor is elected and also obtains the largest number of votes for the position of city councillor, he or she becomes mayor of the city and the co-candidate becomes city councillor. If he or she is defeated for city but obtains the largest number of votes for city councillor, he or she becomes city councillor for the district or (in the case of Anjou and Lachine only) the borough instead of the co-candidate, unless he or she refuses the position in writing within 30 days after his or her election as city councillor is announced." - Élection Montréal. Manuel du candidat. 2009. pp. 8-9.
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  7. ^ Caldwell had previously been Projet Montréal's candidate for borough mayor of Mercier–Hochelaga–Maisonneuve in the 2005 municipal election. At that time, he was described as a documentary filmmaker. See "East-end residents expect to reap merger benefits," Montreal Gazette, 23 October 2005, A5.
  8. ^ Bouchard was a first-time candidate. According to his campaign biography, he has a graduate degree in health and social services from the École nationale d'administration publique, a Bachelor of Science degree from the Université de Montréal, and a Registered Nursing degree from the Cégep de Maisonneuve, and has been a director in Quebec's health and social service sectors. See Michel Bouchard: campaign biography, Projet Montréal. Retrieved 26 November 2011.
  9. ^ Ramacieri formerly worked for Jean Doré and Thérèse Daviau. Source: Olivier Laniel, "Une ex-candidate d’Union Montréal anime les soirées Demain Montréal,"' Montreal Express, 16 November 2012.
  10. ^ Hébert has a Master's degree in Economics, has worked in public and governmental relations in Quebec and Canada, and is the founder of the Association québécoise des lobbyistes. Source: "Louise Harel et Benoit Labonté présentent l'équipe de candidat-e-s de Vision Montréal dans l'arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal," Canada NewsWire, 5 September 2009, 10:30 am. She is not to be confused with a different Martine Hébert who serves as vice-president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. A candidate named Martine Hébert ran for the Parti Québécois in 1989, though it is not known if this was the same person.
  11. ^ Bilodeau was a first-time candidate. There is a prominent political scientist of the same name on the faculty of Concordia University, though it is not known if this is the same person.
  12. ^ Fréchette has an economics degree from HEC Montréal and a Master of Arts degree in international relations from Laval University. She founded the North American Forum on Integration in 2002 and served as its president and director-general until 2011. She has also worked as an administrator for the Centre d'études et de recherches internationales de l'Université de Montréal and has been a consultant for the Conseil supérieur de la langue française, the government of Quebec, and other organizations. After the 2012 Quebec provincial election, she became the principle press attaché for cabinet minister Jean-François Lisée. Sources: "A Fresh Look at North American Integration," Canada NewsWire, 18 November 2004, p. 1; Jean-François Lisée, Government of Quebec, accessed 24 April 2013; Christine Fréchette, Centre d'études et de recherches internationales de l'Université de Montréal, accessed 24 April 2013.
  13. ^ Marchildon was a first-time candidate who focused his campaign around environmental and public transit issues. He is a computer programmer analyst with a background in promoting open-source software. See Roberto Rocha, "Open-source at risk of becoming mainstream," National Post, 19 September 2007, FP10; Candidat - Nicolas Marchildon, cyberpress.ca, 2009. Retrieved 14 August 2011; Guillaume Picard, "Saint-Léonard", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 27 October 2009, accessed 14 August 2011.
  14. ^ Mallozzi was a twenty-three year old student at the Université du Québec à Montréal. He called for greater transparency in government and a crime prevention strategy based on education and better interactions with the police. He had previously been an independent candidate in Saint-Leonard's 2008 borough mayoral by-election, when he received 110 votes (0.91%) for a fourth-place finish against Michel Bissonnet. See Guillaume Picard, "Saint-Léonard", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 27 October 2009. Retrieved 14 August 2011; Official results - Saint-Léonard borough, Septembre 21, 2008, City of Montreal, accessed 14 August 2011.
  15. ^ According to his party biography, Fiori has a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Italian studies from the Université du Québec à Montréal (2004). He has worked as an actor and was pursuing a Bachelor of Laws degree from McGill University during the 2009 election. See "Franco Fiori," Projet Montréal. Retrieved 22 July 2011; Candidat - Franco Fiori, cyberpresse.ca, 2009, accessed 13 September 2011.
  16. ^ Surprenant was twenty years old during the campaign and had been involved with Projet Montréal since 2005. His campaign focused on public transit. See Guillaume Picard, "Candidats au poste de conseiller d'arrondissement", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 16 October 2009. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
  17. ^ Louis was a resident of Parc-Extension in 2009. Active in the Haitian Canadian community, her campaign focused on improved public transit and renewing government following the municipal scandals of previous years. See Guillaume Picard, "Candidats au poste de conseiller d'arrondissement", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 16 October 2009. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
  18. ^ Souad El Haous is of Moroccan background. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and a Master's degree in human resource management, and has worked with children with learning disabilities and has promoted cross-cultural events. See Guillaume Picard, "Candidats au poste de conseiller de ville", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 16 October 2009. Retrieved 28 September 2011; Biographie: Souad El Haous, Projet Montréal, accessed 28 September 2011.
  19. ^ Boughaba, who is originally from Morocco, is a French literature scholar with a Ph.D from the University of Toulouse. She contributed to a book entitled "Québécois et musulmans main dans la main pour la paix" in 2006. The following year, she led a delegation of Muslim women organized by the Canadian Islamic Congress to Hérouxville, Quebec after the small community passed a series of anti-Muslim resolutions. Boughaba's group brought gifts, including French-language books on Islam, and said that Quebecers had nothing to fear from the province's Muslim community. During a press conference at the event, Boughaba said, "Let's stop the prejudices, let's be reasonable, let's accommodate each other -- that's our message." Later in the same year, she testified to the Bouchard-Taylor commission that it is "unpardonable" for cultural communities to be "denigrated, put into a box and called names." The 2009 campaign was her first bid for public office. See Jeff Heinrich, "'Accommodate Each Other'," Montreal Gazette, 12 February 2007, p. 1; Jeff Heinrich, "Diverse portraits of modern Quebec; Bouchard-Taylor. Protesters disrupt open-mike forum," Montreal Gazette, 28 November 2007, p. 8; Mariève Tremblay, "Dr Najat Boughaba est de tous les combats", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 8 January 2008. Retrieved 28 September 2011; Candidat - Najat Boughaba, cyberpresse.ca, accessed 28 September 2011.
  20. ^ Rocco de Robertis ran for council in 2005 as a Vision Montreal candidate and placed second against Dominic Perri. In 2009, he focused his campaign on infrastructure and security. See Guillaume Picard, "Candidats au poste de conseiller de ville", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 16 October 2009. Retrieved 28 September 2011; "Election 2005 Results: Montreal & Suburbs," Montreal Gazette, 7 November 2005, p. 10.
  21. ^ Martin Lavallée identified as a cook. See Guillaume Picard, "Candidats au poste de conseiller d'arrondissement", 19 October 2009. Retrieved 13 September 2011.
  22. ^ Carmelo de Stefano was born in Italy, moved to Quebec in 1973, and has worked for many years in the paper and printing sector. He called for greater social equality during the 2009 election and highlighted his party's pledge to create more social housing. See Guillaume Picard, "Candidats au poste de conseiller d'arrondissement", 19 October 2009. Retrieved 13 September 2011; Candidat - Carmelo de Stefano, cyberpress.ca, 2009, accessed 13 September 2011.
  23. ^ Luis Ruivo was an entrepreneur and first-time candidate. See Guillaume Picard, "Candidats au poste de conseiller d'arrondissement", 19 October 2009. Retrieved 13 September 2011; Steve Caron, "L'Action civique Saint-Léonard fait son apparition", Progrès Saint-Léonard, 9 September 2009, accessed 13 September 2011.
  24. ^ Mudi Wa Mbuji Kabeya moved to Canada in 1995 and has a Master of Arts degree in History from the Université de Montréal. He has served as vice-president of the Congrès des Congolais du Canada and was president and general-manager of Centre Africain de Développement et d'Entraide in 2013. As of 2013, he serves on the executive on Projet Montréal. See Laureates, Liévin Mudi Wa Mbuji Kabeya, http://moishistoiredesnoirs.com, accessed 30 April 2013; and Consel de direction, Projet Montréal, accessed 30 April 2013.
  25. ^ Delisle sought the Parti Québécois nomination for Saint-Henri in the 1985 Quebec provincial election, but lost to Francine Lalonde. See Nancy Wood, "Lalonde wins St. Henri with premier's backing," Montreal Gazette, 30 October 1985, A4.
  26. ^ A resident of Griffintown, Lemay is as an education consultant and author of math textbooks. See "Articles par Steeve Lemay," Notre Projet Montréal dans Le Sud-Ouest, accessed 10 July 2013.
  27. ^ Fréchette was elected to the Sud-Ouest borough council in the 2005 Montreal municipal election as the borough councillor for Saint-Henri–Petite-Bourgogne–Pointe-Saint-Charles as a member of the Montreal Island Citizens Union. He served a full four-year term. See Linda Gyulai, "Southwest goes to MICU by 38 votes," Montreal Gazette, 25 November 2005, A7.
  28. ^ As a result of Bill 22 of 2008, the Act to amend various legislative provisions concerning Montréal, section 25, the composition of the Ville-Marie borough council was changed. Instead of a borough mayor, two city councillors, and two borough councillors, the borough council now consists of the mayor of Montreal, three elected city councillors, and two other councillors named by the mayor from among the city council.
  29. ^ Pelletier had previously worked for Parti Québécois Member of the National Assembly (MNA) Martin Lemay. See Martin Croteau, "Forcillo brigue un nouveau mandat", cyberpresse.ca, 29 August 2009. Retrieved 2 October 2011.
  30. ^ Élection Montréal. "Message aux électeurs du district de Sainte-Marie." 18 October 2009.
  31. ^ Frederic Rappaz is the founder of the website Entendu à Montréal. The 2009 campaign was his first bid for public office. See Marie-France-Lou Lemay, "ENTENDU À MONTRÉAL Les absurdités de la métropole", canoe.ca, 19 April 2008. Retrieved 2 October 2011.
  32. ^ Zid's campaign was focused in part on facilitating employment for the homeless. See "Soirée électorale Sainte-Marie – Saint-Jacques: Questions.
  33. ^ Harry Delva was born in Haiti and moved to Canada at age seven. A prominent figure in Montreal's Haitian community, he has a degree in administration and criminology, hosts the program Noir de monde on CJNT, and has run the Maison d'Haiti youth centre in Saint-Michel since 1993. In 2011, he served on Montreal's Round Table on Black History Month. See "Black History Month Celebration," See Danielle Adams, "Where danger lurks: Gangs are an intrinsic part of everyday life on streets of St. Michel," Montreal Gazette, 3 October 2004, A1; Paul Cherry, "Province offers funding for street gang problem," Montreal Gazette, 8 December 2007, A6; "Harry Delva se lance en politique avec Louise Harel", Radio-Canada, 1 October 2009. Retrieved 25 October 2011; Lison Budzyn, "Harry Delva: «Je serai un conseiller patrouilleur!»", Journal de Saint-Michel, 23 September 2009, accessed 25 August 2011; Montreal Community Contact, 3 February 2011, Volume 21, Issue 3, p. 8.
Preceded by
2005
Montreal municipal elections Succeeded by
2013