Montreal municipal election, 2013

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Montreal municipal election, 2013
Montreal
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65 seats in Montreal City Council
Turnout 43.32%
  First party Second party
  Denis Coderre 2011.jpg
VCM
Leader Denis Coderre Mélanie Joly
Party Équipe Denis Coderre Vrai changement
Leader since May 23, 2013 September 5, 2013
Leader's seat Mayor Lost election in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Last election pre-creation pre-creation
Seats before 17 0
Seats won 26 4
Seat change +9 +4
Popular vote 149,467 123,062
Percentage 32.15% 26.47%

  Third party Fourth party
  Richard Bergeron 2013.jpg
CM
Leader Richard Bergeron Marcel Côté
Party Projet Montréal Coalition Montréal
Leader since May 28, 2004 August 30, 2013
Leader's seat Saint-Jacques Lost election in Côte-des-Neiges
Last election 10 seats, 25.45% pre-creation
Seats before 10 15
Seats won 20 6
Seat change +10 -9
Popular vote 118,637 59,490
Percentage 25.52% 12.79%
Swing +0.07%

Mayor before election

Laurent Blanchard
Coalition Montréal

Elected Mayor

Denis Coderre
Équipe Denis Coderre

Municipal elections were held in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada on November 3, 2013 as part of the 2013 Quebec municipal elections. Voters elected 65 positions on the Montreal City Council, including the mayor, borough mayors, and city councillors, as well as 38 borough councillors. Dennis Coderre replaced interim mayor Laurent Blanchard, who was elected to replace the previous interim mayor, Michael Applebaum, who resigned due to 14 charges laid against him including fraud, conspiracy, breach of trust, and corruption in municipal affairs. Previous elected mayor Gérald Tremblay left office on November 5, 2012 after his party Union Montréal was suspected of corruption and mafia involvement. On July 2, 2013, Louise Harel, leader of the opposition Vision Montréal, announced she would not be running for mayor, instead supporting Marcel Côté.[1]

Final list of Mayor of Montreal candidates[edit]

Confirmed[edit]

[2]

Name Leader of
Municipal Party

(if applicable)
Other notes
Richard Bergeron
Projet Montréal
(Équipe Bergeron)
Urban planner
Denis Coderre
Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal
(Équipe Denis Coderre)
Former Liberal MP
Marcel Côté
Coalition Montréal
(Coalition Montréal Marcel Côté)
Co-founder of SECOR
Mélanie Joly
Vrai changement pour Montréal
(Groupe Mélanie Joly)
Lawyer
Claude Blais
Independent
Louai Hamida
Independent
Quality control engineer
Clément Sauriol
Independent
Freelance worker
Kofi Sonokpon
Independent
Aeronautics expert
Patricia Tulasne
Independent
Actress (TV+cinema)
Joseph Young
Independent
Michel Brûlé
Independent
Author and publisher

Withdrawn[edit]

On October 30, Paunel Paternel Matondot decided to withdraw his nomination as mayor of Montreal at the election of November 3.[3]

Declined[edit]

Opinion polls[edit]

For mayor[edit]

Denis Coderre's support remained steady in public opinion polling during the campaign, while the other established "major" candidates — Marcel Côté and Richard Bergeron — largely failed to make an impression. Instead, a lesser-known candidate, Mélanie Joly, pulled ahead of both Côté and Bergeron in public opinion polling to emerge as the second-place contender by the time of the final published poll.[5]

Polling firm Last date of polling Link Coderre Côté Bergeron Joly Other
CROP October 15, 2013 HTML 41 11 21 24 2
Léger Marketing October 5, 2013 HTML 39 17 23 16 5

Results[edit]

Denis Coderre confirmed polls prior to the election by winning the post of mayor of Montreal with 32.15% of votes and with a majority of 26,405 votes over Mélanie Joly, his closest rival.

His party, Équipe Coderre pour Montréal, gained 27 of the 65 seats within city council. Meanwhile, Projet Montréal, lead by Richard Bergeron, gained the status of official opposition by winning 20 seats. Marcel Côté's Coalition Montréal won only 6 seats and Mélanie Joly's Vrai changement pour Montréal won 4.

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   Pierre Desrochers  
Sault-au-Récollet   Lorraine Pagé  
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   Russell Copeman   Magda Popeanu  
Darlington   Lionel Perez  
Loyola   Jeremy Searle  
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce   Peter McQueen  
Snowdon   Marvin Rotrand  
L'Île-Bizard–
Sainte-Geneviève
Denis-Benjamin-Viger   Normand Marinacci     Christian Larocque  
Jacques-Bizard     Jean-D. Lévesque-René  
Pierre-Foretier     Stéphane Côté  
Sainte-Geneviève     Éric Dugas  
Lachine Du Canal   Claude Dauphin   Jean-François Cloutier   Maja Vodanovic  
Fort-Rolland   Kymberley Simonyik  
J.-Émery-Provost   Daniel Racicot  
LaSalle Cecil-P.-Newman   Manon Barbe   Monique Vallée   Serge Declos   Josée Troilo
Sault-Saint-Louis   Richard Deschamps   Nancy Blanchet   Laura-Ann Palestini
Mercier–
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Hochelaga   Réal Ménard   Éric Alan Caldwell  
Louis-Riel   Karine Boivin Roy  
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe   Laurence L. Lalonde  
Tétreaultville   Richard Celzi  
Montréal-Nord Marie-Clarac   Gilles Deguire   Chantal Rossi   Monica Ricourt  
Ovide-Clermont   Jean-Marc Gibeau   Sylvia Lo Bianco  
Outremont Claude-Ryan   Marie Cinq-Mars     Mindy Pollak  
Jeanne-Sauvé     Jacqueline Gremaud  
Joseph-Beaubien     Céline Forget  
Robert-Bourassa     Lucie Cardyn  
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Bois-de-Liesse   Dimitrios (Jim) Beis   Justine McIntyre   Roger Trottier  
Cap-Saint-Jacques   Catherine Clément-Talbot   Yves Gignac  
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal DeLorimier   Luc Ferrandez   Louise Mainville   Marianne Giguère  
Jeanne-Mance   Alex Norris   Christine Gosselin  
Mile-End   Richard Ryan   Marie Plourde  
Rivière-des-Prairies–
Pointe-aux-Trembles
La Pointe-aux-Prairies   Chantal Rouleau   Richard Guay   Manuel Guedes  
Pointe-aux-Trembles   Suzanne Décarie   Gilles Déziel  
Rivière-des-Prairies   Giovanni Rapanà   Nathalie Pierre-Antoine  
Rosemont–
La Petite-Patrie
Étienne-Desmarteau   François Croteau   Marc-André Gadoury  
Marie-Victorin   Guillaume Lavoie  
Saint-Édouard   François Limoges  
Vieux-Rosemont   Érika Duchesne  
Saint-Laurent Côte-de-Liesse   Alan DeSousa   Francesco Miele   Maurice Cohen  
Norman-McLaren   Aref Salem   Michèle Biron  
Saint-Léonard Saint-Léonard-Est   Michel Bissonnet   Domenico Moschella   Lili-Anne Tremblay  
Saint-Léonard-Ouest   Dominic Perri   Mario Battista  
Le Sud-Ouest Saint-Henri–Petite-Bourgogne–
Pointe-Saint-Charles
  Benoit Dorais   Craig Sauvé   Sophie Thiébaut  
Saint-Paul–Émard   Anne-Marie Sigouin   Alain Vaillancourt  
Verdun Champlain–L'Île-des-Sœurs   Jean-F. Parenteau   Manon Gauthier   Pierre L'Heureux   Marie-Eve Brunet
Desmarchais-Crawford   Sterling Downey   Luc Gagnon   Marie-Andrée Mauger
Ville-Marie Peter-McGill (Mayor of
Montreal)
  Steve Shanahan  
Saint-Jacques   Richard Bergeron  
Sainte-Marie   Valérie Plante  
Villeray–Saint-Michel–
Parc-Extension
François-Perrault   Anie Samson   Sylvain Ouellet  
Parc-Extension   Mary Deros  
Saint-Michel   Frantz Benjamin  
Villeray   Elsie Lefebvre  

Seat-by-seat results[edit]

Nominations were open from September 20 to October 4.

Candidate statistics[edit]

Party names are the official ones registered with Élection Montréal.[6]

Union Montréal was officially dissolved on May 9, 2013.

  Party Abbrev. Number of candidates for Total Link
Borough mayor City councillor Borough councillor
Total positions open 18 46 38 102
  Coalition Montréal - Marcel Côté CM 16 46 34 96 [1]
  Équipe Andrée Champoux pour Verdun EAC 1 2 4 7 [2]
  Équipe Anjou EA 1 1 3 5
  Équipe Barbe Team - Pro action LaSalle PAL 1 2 4 7
  Équipe conservons Outremont ECO 1 0 4 5 [3]
  Équipe Dauphin Lachine EDL 1 1 3 5 [4]
  Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal EDC 17 45 37 99 [5]
  Équipe Richard Bélanger ERB 1 0 4 5
  Équipe Savard - Option Verdun / Montréal OVM 1 2 4 7
  Intégrité Montréal IM 5 17 2 24 [6]
  Parti alternatif LaSalle Alternative Party LAP 1 1 2 4
  Projet Montréal - Équipe Bergeron PM 18 46 38 102 [7]
  Vrai changement pour Montréal - Groupe Mélanie Joly VCM 9 26 20 55 [8]
  Independents Ind 4 22 21 47
Total candidates 77 211 180 468

[7]

Ahuntsic-Cartierville[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
84,524 Borough mayor 48.47%   Pierre Gagnier
12,063 (30.41%)
Étienne Brunet
6,728 (16.96%)
Pierre Bastien
10,705 (26.99%)
Hasmig Belleli
9,167 (23.11%)
Claude Allard (IM)
1,001 (2.52%)
  Pierre Gagnier EDC hold
Ahuntsic 21,134 City councillor 54.23% Diane Rodrigue
2,573 (23.00%)
Chantal Jorg
1,512 (13.52%)
  Émilie Thuillier
4,450 (39.78%)
Laurette Racine
2,333 (20.86%)
Julie Ducharme (IM)
318 (2.84%)
  Émilie Thuillier PM hold
Bordeaux-Cartierville 21,159 City councillor 40.99%   Harout Chitilian Jean Héon Maria Ximena Florez Ibrahim Bruno El-Khoury (18.86%) Ali Belkacem (Ind.)
Marc Essertaize (IM)
  Harout Chitilian EDC hold
Saint-Sulpice 22,266 City councillor 46.30%   Pierre Desrochers
3,477 (35.45%)
Jean-Jacques Lapointe
2,182 (22.25%)
Martin Bazinet
3,468 (35.36%)
Martin Félip Rainville (IM)
681 (6.94%)
  Jocelyn Ann Campbell EDC gain from Ind.
Sault-au-Récollet 19,965 City councillor 52.50% Nathalie Hotte Louis-Gilles Molyneux Sophie-Anne Legendre   Lorraine Pagé Mario Lemieux (IM)
Dominique Grondin (Ind.)
Nathalie Nyangono (Ind.)
  Étienne Brunet VCM gain from CM

Anjou[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   Équipe Anjou   Other
29,172 Borough mayor 49.45% Rémi Tondreau
3,412 (24.49%)
Nyrlande Marcellus
903 (6.48%)
René Obregon
1,752 (12.57%)
  Luis Miranda
7,868 (56.46%)
  Luis Miranda EA hold
City councillor 49.39% Youssef Hariri
3,263 (23.63%)
Charlotte Watson-Moreau
1,120 (8.11%)
Daniel Attard
1,962 (14.21%)
  Andrée Hénault
7,465 (54.06%)
  Andrée Hénault EA hold
Centre 10,802 Borough councillor 51.41% Angela Mancini
1,633 (30.84%)
Mona Moussalem
345 (6.52%)
Jean-Sébastien Roussy
863 (16.30%)
  Michelle Di Genova Zammit
2,454 (46.35%)
  Michelle Di Genova Zammit EA hold
East 8,722 Borough councillor 47.97% Sylvain Plourde
951 (23.62%)
Boubacar Touré
306 (7.60%)
Nadia Edouard
680 (16.89%)
  Paul-Yvon Perron
2,089 (51.89%)
  Paul-Yvon Perron EA hold
West 9,648 Borough councillor 49.08% Agata La Rosa
1,274 (28.30%)
Mona Sara
348 (7.73%)
Blaise Guillotte
567 (12.60%)
  Gilles Beaudry
2,312 (51.37%)
  Gilles Beaudry EA hold

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

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
94,587 Borough mayor 38.74% Kevin Copps
7,880 (22.12%)
  Russell Copeman
10,482 (29.42%)
Michael Simkin
9,348 (26.24%)
Andrew Ross
7,918 (22.22%)
  Lionel Perez CM gain from EDC
Côte-des-Neiges 15,870 City councillor 40.86% Helen Fotopulos Albert Perez
Co-candidate[8] for Marcel Côté
  Magda Popeanu Raphaël Assor Elizabeth Siazon (Ind.)   Helen Fotopulos PM gain from EDC
Darlington 17,200 City councillor 34.02%   Lionel Perez
2,016 (35.72%)
Erik Hamon
1,692 (29.98%)
Kianoush Rashidan
899 (15.93%)
Kamala Jegatheeswaran
1,037 (18.37%)
Vacant EDC gain
Loyola 20,927 City councillor 37.44% Ruth Rosenfield
1,325 (17.28%)
Margaret Ford
1,267 (16.52%)
Christian Arseneault
1,441 (18.79%)
Kashmir Singh Randhawa
1,305 (17.02%)
  Jeremy Searle (Ind.): 1,795 (23.41%)
George Pentsos (Ind.): 436 (5.69%)
Deborah Rankin (Ind.): 100 (1.30%)
  Susan Clarke Ind. gain from Ind.
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 21,159 City councillor 45.61% Gabriel Retta Martin Bergeron   Peter McQueen Marie-Claude Johnson
Co-candidate[8] for Mélanie Joly
Anne E. Adams (Ind.)   Peter McQueen PM hold
Snowdon 19,431 City councillor 35.16% Ginette
Sauvé-Frankel
1,280 (19.55%)
  Marvin Rotrand
3,155 (48.20%)
Sarah Gutman
2,111 (32.25%)
  Marvin Rotrand CM hold

L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Équipe Bélanger   VCM   Other
13,432 Borough mayor 51.56% Geoffrey Gordon Arscott
1,202 (17.72%)
Bruno Grenier
423 (6.23%)
Richard Bélanger
2,304 (33.96%)
  Normand Marinacci
2,856 (42.09%)
  Richard Bélanger VCM gain from ERB
Denis-Benjamin-Viger 3,827 Borough councillor 55.60% Steven Moran
369 (17.71%)
Marie-Andrée Gelly
135 (6.48%)
Christopher Little
534 (25.62%)
  Christian Larocque
1,046 (50.19%)
  Christopher Little VCM gain from ERB
Jacques-Bizard 3,222 Borough councillor 51.40% Daniel Brouillard
394 (24.38%)
Angèle Richer
107 (6.62%)
François Robert
391 (24.20%)
  Jean-Dominic Lévesque-René
501 (31.00%)
Claude Theoret (Ind.)
223 (13.80%)
  François Robert VCM gain from ERB
Pierre-Foretier 3,914 Borough councillor 56.08% Louise Gauthier
408 (18.94%)
Éric Fournier
132 (6.13%)
Diane Gibb
564 (26.18%)
  Stéphane Côté
977 (45.36%)
Claude Limoges (Ind.)
73 (3.39%)
  Diane Gibb VCM gain from ERB
Sainte-Geneviève 2,469 Borough councillor 38.40% Roger Leclerc
169 (18.55%)
Geneviève-Anaïs Proulx
63 (6.92%)
  Éric Dugas
335 (36.77%)
Jean Maxime Dugat
240 (26.34%)
Philippe Voisard (Ind.)
104 (11.42%)
  Éric Dugas ERB hold

Lachine[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   Équipe Dauphin   Other
31,399 Borough mayor 41.22% Patricia Bossy
4,570 (36.52%)
  Claude Dauphin
6,760 (54.03%)
Pierre Ene (Ind.)
1,182 (9.45%)
  Claude Dauphin EDL hold
City councillor 42.60% Carolina Caruso Bernard Blanchet Jean-François Lefebvre   Jean-François Cloutier Hagop (Jacques) Lakhoyan (Ind.)   Jane
Cowell-Poitras
EDL gain from Ind.
Du Canal 10,744 Borough councillor 38.53% Sergio Borja Lise Poulin John Symon   Maja Vodanovic Julie Langlois (Ind.)   Lise Poulin EDL gain from CM
Fort-Rolland 10,376 Borough councillor 51.63% Jean-François Girard Mario Durante Julie Levasseur   Kymberley Simonyik Christian Lejeune (Ind.)
Pierre Noël (Ind.)
Patrick Powell (Ind.)
  Jean-François Cloutier EDL hold
J.-Émery-Provost 10,279 Borough councillor 37.14% Catherine Ménard Antonio
De Bordes
  Daniel Racicot Michel Dubois (Ind.)
Kevin Guilbault (Ind.)
  Bernard Blanchet EDL gain from CM

LaSalle[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   Pro action   VCM   Other
51,562 Borough mayor 39.88% Jean-François Labbé
4,375 (22.01%)
Oksana Kaluzny
1,116 (5.61%)
Patrick Asch
2,235 (11.24%)
  Manon Barbe
7,276 (36.60%)
Francisco Moreno
3,274 (16.47%)
Michael Vadacchino (LAP)
1,604 (8.07%)
  Manon Barbe PAL hold
Cecil-P.-Newman 25,902 City councillor 36.14% Monique Vallée Enrico Pace Yosef Azzouni Luciano
Di Sante
Steven Laperrière Kiril Dolgih (IM)   Alvaro Farinacci EDC gain from Ind.
Borough councillor I 36.12% Anju Dhillon Mario Orlando Mody Maka Barry Serge Declos Eric Tremblay Raymond Dufort (LAP)
Héné Hayeck (Ind.)
  Vincenzo Cesari PAL gain from Ind.
Borough councillor II 36.14% Dino Masanotti Sanjay Patel Amir Khan Josée Troilo Artur Adam Urbanowicz   Josée Troilo PAL hold
Sault-Saint-Louis 25,660 City councillor 43.85% Carlo D'Ambrosio Pierre Lussier Monika Niedbalski Richard Deschamps Michel Benoit Frank Catalano (LAP)   Richard Deschamps PAL hold
Borough councillor I 43.63% Julien Lafontaine Jocelyne Bénard Patrizia Buffone Nancy Blanchet Andréa Kwon Luciano Sicoli (LAP) Vacant PAL gain
Borough councillor II 43.68% Daniela Romano Basile Nakouzi Romarick Okou Laura Palestini Vas Karkavilas   Laura Palestini PAL hold

Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
96,729 Borough mayor 45.19% Daniel Poulin
10,417 (25.02%)
  Réal Ménard
15,106 (36.29%)
Pierre
Lessard-Blais
12,937 (31.08%)
Serge Canuel (IM)
3,168 (7.61%)
  Réal Ménard CM hold
Hochelaga 23,755 City councillor 42.01% Patrick Charbonneau
1,244 (12.84%)
Laurent Blanchard
2,739 (28.28%)
Éric Alan Caldwell
3,408 (35.18%)
Mikael St-Pierre
2,013 (20.78%)
Nicole Donnelly (Ind.)
282 (2.91%)
Vacant PM gain
Louis-Riel 22,032 City councillor 46.24% Karine
Boivin Roy

3,327 (34.26%)
Lyn Thériault
2,768 (28.50%)
Michel Bouchard
2,754 (28.36%)
Sonia Robert (IM)
863 (8.89%)
  Lyn Thériault EDC gain from CM
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe 25,059 City councillor 45.74% Cindy Pinel
2,435 (22.16%)
Pierre Paquet
2,214 (20.15%)
Laurence Lavigne Lalonde
3,462 (31.50%)
Alexandra Karatchevskaya
2,591 (23.58%)
Yves Racicot (Ind.)
288 (2.62%)
  Louise Harel PM gain from CM
Tétreaultville 25,883 City councillor 46.61% Richard Celzi
3,232 (27.67%)
Gaëtan Primeau
2,269 (19.42%)
Suzie Miron
3,071 (26.29%)
Jonathan Talla
2,703 (23.14%)
Marc Tremblay (IM)
407 (3.48%)
  Gaëtan Primeau EDC gain from CM

Montréal-Nord[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   Other
52,007 Borough mayor 38.40%   Gilles Deguire
12,173 (65.02%)
Guy Ryan
3,902 (20.84%)
Suzanne Boivin
2,648 (14.14%)
  Gilles Deguire EDC hold
Marie-Clarac 27,391 City councillor 38.96%   Chantal Rossi
6,292 (63.29%)
Michelle Allaire
2,123 (21.36%)
Andrea Cohen
1,526 (15.35%)
  Clementina Teti-Tomassi EDC gain from Ind.
Borough councillor 38.98%   Monica Ricourt Jean Roy David Nelson Henri-Paul Bernier (Ind.)   Chantal Rossi EDC hold
Ovide-Clermont 24,616 City councillor 37.74%   Jean-Marc Gibeau
Co-candidate[8] for Denis Coderre
Claude Fortin Vladimir Gelin Renée-Chantal Belinga (Ind.)   Jean-Marc Gibeau EDC hold
Borough councillor 37.73%   Sylvia Lo Bianco Wilmann Edouard Claudia Citta   Monica Ricourt EDC hold

Outremont[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   ECO   Other
15,366 Borough mayor 60.65% Renaud Tilquin
900 (9.81%)
Paul-André Tétreault
1,250 (13.63%)
Etienne Coutu
3,192 (34.81%)
  Marie Cinq-Mars
3,582 (39.06%)
Comlan Amouzou (Ind.)
246 (2.68%)
  Marie Cinq-Mars ECO hold
Claude-Ryan 4,024 Borough councillor 61.28% Sheldon Goldberg Paul-Guy Duhamel   Mindy Pollak Charles Prévost Pierre Lacerte (Ind.)   Louis Moffatt PM gain from Ind.
Jeanne-Sauvé 3,750 Borough councillor 61.52% Ana Nunes Marc-Nicolas Kobrynsky Jérôme Bugel   Jacqueline Gremaud   Ana Nunes ECO gain from EDC
Joseph-Beaubien 4,161 Borough councillor 62.15% Belgacem Rahmani Hubert Gallet Philipe Tomlinson Bertrand Nepveu   Céline Forget (Ind.)   Céline Forget Ind. hold
Robert-Bourassa 3,431 Borough councillor 57.45% Valérie Lapointe Marie Potvin Alexa Leblanc   Lucie Cardyn   Marie Potvin ECO gain from CM

Pierrefonds-Roxboro[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
46,492 Borough mayor 34.80% Dimitrios (Jim) Beis
5,276 (33.45%)
Christian G. Dubois
2,138 (13.56%)
Michael Labelle
3,638 (23.07%)
Karim Metwalli
4,719 (29.92%)
  Monique Worth EDC gain from Ind.
Bois-de-Liesse 24,446 City councillor 35.94% Jean Raymond
2,367 (27.72%)
Suzanne Marceau
1,270 (14.87%)
Sameer Zuberi
1,958 (22.93%)
  Justine McIntyre
2,943 (34.47%)
  Christian G. Dubois VCM gain from CM
Borough councillor 35.95% Claudine Campeau
2,375 (27.92%)
David-James Smith
1,113 (13.08%)
Nathalie Morin
2,050 (24.10%)
Roger Trottier
2,523 (29.66%)
Ross Stitt (Ind.)
263 (3.09%)
Jean Charles Legault (Ind.)
183 (2.15%)
  Dimitrios (Jim) Beis VCM gain from EDC
Cap-Saint-Jacques 22,046 City councillor 33.52%   Catherine Clément-Talbot
3,309 (47.56%)
Linton Garner
1,502 (21.59%)
Eric McCarty
2,147 (30.86%)
  Bertrand A. Ward EDC gain from Ind.
Borough councillor 33.55%   Yves Gignac
2,624 (36.37%)
Odette Maltais
914 (12.67%)
Lisa Sirignano
1,535 (21.28%)
Bhaskar Goswami
2,142 (29.69%)
  Catherine Clément-Talbot EDC hold

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   Intégrité Montréal   Other
65,058 Borough mayor 51.52% Gilbert Thibodeau
4,437 (13.62%)
Danièle Lorain
10,007 (30.72%)
  Luc Ferrandez
16,706 (51.28%)
Martin Boyer (Ind.)
1,429 (4.39%)
  Luc Ferrandez PM hold
DeLorimier 23,148 City councillor 57.54% Carmelle Marchessault Suzanne Craig   Louise Mainville Crystal Racine
Co-candidate[8] for Michel Brûlé
Simon Lacombe (Ind.)
Pierre Cousineau (Ind.)
Bibiane Bovet (VCM)
Candidacy withdrawn[9]
  Josée Duplessis PM hold
Borough councillor 57.54% Nam Truong Carl Boileau   Marianne Giguère Sophie Stéphanie Lapierre (Ind.)   Carl Boileau PM gain from CM
Jeanne-Mance 20,584 City councillor 45.18% Eleni Fakotakis-Kolaitis Piper Huggins   Alex Norris Dominique Caron Joao Neves (Ind.)
Daniel Simon (Ind.)
  Richard Bergeron PM hold
Borough councillor 45.50% Antonio Rodrigues
1,479 (16.33%)
André Picard
2,480 (27.38%)
  Christine Gosselin
4,432 (48.93%)
Manon Bisaillon
667 (7.36%)
  Piper Huggins PM gain from CM
Mile End 21,326 City councillor 51.02% Alain Clavet
1,587 (15.12%)
Galia Vaillancourt
2,000 (19.05%)
  Richard Ryan
6,126 (58.35%)
Isabelle Tremblay
785 (7.48%)
  Alex Norris PM hold
Borough councillor 51.03% Sandenga Yeba
1,168 (11.02%)
Stéphanie Grondin
1,609 (15.18%)
  Marie Plourde
5,447 (51.40%)
Joaquin
Olivo Rodriguez
257 (2.43%)
David Côté (VCM)
2,116 (19.97%)
  Richard Ryan PM hold

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

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
78,909 Borough mayor 42.51%   Chantal Rouleau
20,755 (65.94%)
Michel Taylor
4,963 (15.77%)
Romeo
Della Valle
5,759 (18.30%)
  Chantal Rouleau EDC hold
La Pointe-aux-Prairies 29,639 City councillor 42.08%   Richard Guay
5,922 (50.86%)
Caroline Bourgeois
3,326 (28.56%)
Paul Therrien
2,396 (20.58%)
  Caroline Bourgeois EDC gain from CM
Borough councillor 42.15%   Manuel Guedes Mario Blanchet Tomy-Richard Leboeuf McGregor Gaëtan Bérard   Mario Blanchet EDC gain from CM
Pointe-aux-Trembles 24,469 City councillor 46.95%   Suzanne Décarie
5,902 (54.43%)
Cindy Leclerc
2,046 (18.87%)
Hugues Surprenant
2,288 (21.10%)
Yan Théoret (Ind.)
608 (5.61%)
  Suzanne Décarie EDC hold
Borough councillor 46.90%   Gilles Déziel Emmanuelle Perrier Audrey Beauséjour Gérald Briand (Ind.)   Gilles Déziel EDC hold
Rivière-des-Prairies 24,801 City councillor 38.58%   Giovanni Rapanà
6,046 (67.73%)
Italo Barone
1,394 (15.62%)
Jeffrey Scott Latchman
1,486 (16.65%)
  Cindy Leclerc EDC gain from CM
Borough councillor 38.59%   Nathalie
Pierre-Antoine
Danny Caruso Steven Hombrados Gianni Chiazzese Marcel Firmin (Ind.)   Giovanni Rapanà EDC hold

Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
96,442 Borough mayor 52.00% Josselin Breton
10,522 (21.80%)
Simon Jolivet
6,409 (13.28%)
  François Croteau
28,698 (59.47%)
Jean Saint-Louis (IM)
2,626 (5.44%)
  François Croteau PM hold
Étienne-Desmarteau 23,339 City councillor 54.87% Jacques Monette
2,038 (16.34%)
Chantal L'Heureux
1,382 (11.08%)
  Marc-André Gadoury
6,800 (54.51%)
Delphine Velasco
2,012 (16.13%)
Ekaterina Semikin (IM)
243 (1.95%)
  Marc-André Gadoury PM hold
Marie-Victorin 22,731 City councillor 50.41% Françoise Stanton
3,770 (34.50%)
Jean Therrien
2,416 (22.11%)
  Guillaume Lavoie
4,740 (43.38%)
  Élaine Ayotte PM gain from Ind.
Saint-Édouard 25,084 City councillor 51.13% Michel Da Ponte
1,723 (13.74%)
Zhao Xin Wu
1,089 (8.69%)
  François Limoges
7,582 (60.48%)
Marie-Thérèse Aïssi
2,142 (17.09%)
  François Limoges PM hold
Vieux-Rosemont 25,288 City councillor 51.53% Maximilien May
2,325 (18.33%)
Yvan Girardin
1,398 (11.02%)
  Érika Duchesne
5,938 (46.83%)
Pascal Boisgibault
2,673 (21.08%)
Martin Papineau (IM)
347 (2.74%)
  Érika Duchesne PM hold

Saint-Laurent[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
58,554 Borough mayor 35.82%   Alan DeSousa
10,887 (53.52%)
Marcello Barsalou
1,374 (6.75%)
William Fayad
2,255 (11.09%)
François Ghali
5,825 (28.64%)
  Alan DeSousa EDC hold
Côte-de-Liesse 30,970 City councillor 35.40%   Francesco Miele
4,561 (43.11%)
Frances Gorzalka
860 (8.13%)
Corinne Minier
1,366 (12.91%)
Eyal Albert Cohen
3,793 (35.85%)
  Francesco Miele EDC hold
Borough councillor 35.70%   Maurice Cohen
4,881 (45.63%)
Sara Farah
1,042 (9.74%)
Dominique Bastien
1,383 (12.93%)
Michael Siegman
3,226 (30.16%)
Viorel Ivascu (Ind.)
166 (1.55%)
  Maurice Cohen EDC hold
Norman-McLaren 27,584 City councillor 36.03%   Aref Salem
4,309 (45.32%)
Mubashar Rasool
834 (8.77%)
Naïri Khandjian
1,374 (14.45%)
Mélanie Tannous
2,991 (31.46%)
  Aref Salem EDC hold
Borough councillor 36.03%   Michèle D. Biron
4,654 (48.93%)
Elias Bitar
1,089 (11.45%)
Wael Hraiky
1,315 (13.82%)
Stefan Ionescu
2,454 (25.80%)
  Michèle D. Biron EDC hold

Saint-Léonard[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
48,112 Borough mayor 37.33%   Michel Bissonnet
10,938 (65.69%)
Dominic Talarico
2,282 (13.70%)
Cyrille Giraud
2,336 (14.03%)
Sabrina D'Avirro (IM)
1,096 (6.58%)
  Michel Bissonnet EDC hold
Saint-Léonard-Est 20,982 City councillor 37.63% Robert Zambito
Candidacy withdrawn[10]
  Domenico Moschella Roberta Peressini   Robert Zambito CM gain from EDC
Borough councillor 37.63%   Lili-Anne Tremblay Giuseppe (Joe) Mormina Nathan Dratler Tommaso Di Paola Yassir Madih (Ind.)   Lili-Anne Tremblay EDC hold
Saint-Léonard-Ouest 27,130 City councillor 37.11%   Dominic Perri
6,241 (67.76%)
Sonya Mullins
1,334 (14.48%)
Edna Constant
1,635 (17.75%)
  Dominic Perri EDC hold
Borough councillor 37.10%   Mario Battista
6,149 (66.71%)
Orlando Panetta
1,335 (14.48%)
Teresa Taraborrelli
1,734 (18.81%)
  Mario Battista EDC hold

Le Sud-Ouest[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
51,114 Borough mayor 39.73% Sylvia M. Rivès
4,110 (20.95%)
Benoit Dorais
5,402 (27.53%)
Jason Prince
5,287 (26.95%)
Cindy Filiatrault
4,822 (24.58%)
  Benoit Dorais CM hold
Saint-Henri–Petite-Bourgogne–Pointe-Saint-Charles 29,736 City councillor 39.12% Derek Robertson
2,224 (19.69%)
Véronique Fournier
2,905 (25.71%)
Craig Sauvé
3,309 (29.29%)
Mudi Wa Mbuji Liévin Kabeya
2,589 (22.92%)
Patrice-Hans Perrier (IM)
270 (2.39%)
  Véronique Fournier PM gain from CM
Borough councillor 39.07% Pierre Fréchette
2,796 (25.51%)
Kristi de Bonville
3,067 (27.98%)
Sophie Thiébaut
5,099 (46.52%)
  Sophie Thiébaut PM hold
Saint-Paul–Émard 21,378 City councillor 40.68% Claudia Olga Ouamabia
2,506 (31.04%)
Huguette Roy
2,139 (26.50%)
Anne-Marie Sigouin
2,997 (37.12%)
José Humberto Salas Castro (IM)
431 (5.34%)
  Daniel Bélanger PM gain from CM
Borough councillor 40.68% Guillaume Phaneuf
2,617 (32.61%)
Daniel Bélanger
2,461 (30.66%)
Alain Vaillancourt
2,948 (36.73%)
  Huguette Roy PM gain from CM

Verdun[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   OVM   VCM   Other
47,677 Borough mayor 44.74%   Jean-François Parenteau
5,147 (24.81%)
Alain Tassé
2,902 (13.99%)
Mary Ann Davis
4,594 (22.14%)
André Savard
2,669 (12.86%)
Mourad Bendjennet
3,645 (17.57%)
Andrée Champoux (EAC)
1,549
(7.47%)

Jency Mercier (IM)
139 (0.67%)

Katherine Le Rougetel (Ind.)
102 (0.49%)
  Ginette Marotte EDC gain from Ind.
Champlain
–L'Île-des-Sœurs
25,660 City councillor 45.60% Manon Gauthier
2,972 (26.25%)
André Julien
1,612 (14.24%)
Jack L. Kugelmass
2,195 (19.39%)
Marc Touchette
833 (7.36%)
Mathieu Bélanger
2,643 (23.34%)
Jacques Gendron (EAC)
1,067 (9.42%)
Vacant EDC gain
Borough councillor I 45.64% Pierre L'Heureux
3,051
Paul Beaupré
1,782
Dolores Durbau
2,149
Charles Côté
984
Jacline Leroux
2,514
Carole Anctil (EAC)
752

Abdulilah Kassem (Ind.)
109
  Paul Beaupré EDC gain from CM
Borough councillor II 45.68% Marie-Eve Brunet
3,051
Jean-Pierre Boivin
1,886
Stefana Lamasanu
2,313
Luce Latendresse
800
Stéphanie Raymond-Bougie
2,617
Béatrice Guay Pepper (EAC)
684
  Andrée Champoux EDC gain from EAC
Desmarchais-Crawford 22,017 City councillor 43.68% Sébastien Dhavernas
2,095
Françoise Gloutnay
1,082
Sterling Downey
2,306
Richard Langlais
1,523
Marie-Josée Parent
1,917
France Caya (EAC)
376
  Alain Tassé PM gain from CM
Borough councillor I 43.67% Michelle Tremblay
2,141
Monique Trudel
1,228
Luc Gagnon
2,329
Joanne Poulin
1,431
Gladys Negret
1,773
Michèle L'Allier-Davies (EAC)
387
  Ann Guy PM gain from Ind.
Borough councillor II 43.67% Philippe Sarrasin
2,018
Rielle Lévesque
1,060
Marie-Andrée Mauger
2,422
Robert Auger
1,510
André-Yanne Parent
1,878
Mamad Raheemeea (EAC)
409
  André Savard PM gain from OVM

Ville-Marie[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
Peter-McGill 17,243 City councillor 29.54% Damien Silès
1,366 (27.44%)[11]
Nicole Trudeau
962 (19.32%)[12]
Jimmy Zoubris
786 (15.79%)[13]
Steve Shanahan
1,865 (37.46%)
  Sammy Forcillo VCM gain from Ind.
Saint-Jacques 19,487 City councillor 41.10% Philippe Schnobb François Robillard Janine Krieber
Co-candidate[8] for Richard Bergeron
Francis Salvadori Jade Wang (IM)
Stéphane Deschamps (Ind.)
Nelson Dias (Ind.)
  François Robillard PM gain from CM
Sainte-Marie 17,678 City councillor 44.54% Pierre Paiement
898 (11.71%)
Louise Harel
2,263 (29.52%)
Valérie Plante
2,526 (32.95%)
Pierre Mainville (Ind.)
1,626 (21.21%)
Anne-Marie Gélinas (IM)
354 (4.62%)
  Pierre Mainville PM gain from Ind.

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

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Coalition   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
86,454 Borough mayor 42.08%   Anie Samson
12,395 (35.61%)
Soraya Martinez
5,447 (15.65%)
Nathalie Goulet
11,665 (33.52%)
Béatrice Zako
5,296 (15.22%)
  Anie Samson EDC hold
François-Perrault 21,822 City councillor 41.30% Claude Bricault
2,799 (32.54%)
Nino Colavecchio
929 (10.80%)
Sylvain Ouellet
2,822 (32.80%)
Angelo De Cicco
1,737 (20.19%)
François
St-Louis (IM)
197 (2.29%)
André-Germain Lessard (Ind.)
119 (1.38%)
  Frank Venneri PM gain from Ind.
Parc-Extension 19,585 City councillor 37.46% Mary Deros
3,105 (44.57%)
Stella Anastasakis
924 (13.26%)
Sasha Dyck
1,938 (27.82%)
Dilbagh Singh
1,000 (14.35%)
  Mary Deros EDC hold
Saint-Michel 21,255 City councillor 33.47% Frantz Benjamin
3,390 (50.24%)
John De Luca
958 (14.20%)
Isabelle Bernard
1,270 (18.82%)
Emilio
Alvarez Garcia
1,129 (16.73%)
  Frantz Benjamin EDC hold
Villeray 23,792 City councillor 54.20% Pasquale Lino Iacobacci
1,700 (13.63%)
Elsie Lefebvre
5,691 (45.64%)
Robert Prévost
4,604 (36.93%)
Ludovic Aubut-Lussier (Ind.)
473 (3.79%)
  Elsie Lefebvre CM hold

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Louise Harel abandons race to be Mayor of Montreal". CTV Montreal. 2 July 2013. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  2. ^ Candidates for elective office
  3. ^ Withdrawal of nomination of Paunel Paterne Matondot
  4. ^ "Launch video". 
  5. ^ "Is Montreal ready for Melanie Joly and real change in the race for mayor?". Toronto Star, October 20, 2013.
  6. ^ Political parties - Le Directeur général des élections du Québec (DGEQ)
  7. ^ "Élections 2013 - Candidatures | Portail données ouvertes". City of Montreal. 7 October 2013. Retrieved 15 October 2013. 
  8. ^ 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.
  9. ^ "No hard feelings toward Joly, Bovet says". CJAD. 22 October 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2013. 
  10. ^ "St-Léonard councillor Robert Zambito resigns over Enquête investigation". CBC News. 29 October 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2013. 
  11. ^ Silès is a former director of the Societe de developpement social de Ville-Marie. During the 2013 election, Denis Coderre described Silès as one of the three "pillars" of his party and promised to appoint him to the Montreal executive committee with responsibility for social development. His defeat in Peter-McGill prevented that outcome. See Allison Lampert, "Consequences of a construction boom; Mayoral candidates are urged to weigh housing market while courting families," Montreal Gazette, 16 October 2013, A4; Linda Gyulai, "Forming inner circle is Coderre's next task; Mayor-elect to name inspector general to oversee contract awarding," Montreal Gazette, 5 November 2013, A6.
  12. ^ Trudeau has Bachelor of Laws (1970) and Master of Laws (1975) degrees from the Université de Montréal. She has served as vice-president of the Commission des droits de la personne (1981–87), was a member and vice-president of the Commission municipale du Québec (1999–2006), and for a time served as president of Union Montreal (2009–10). In 2004, she helped oversee the de-merger of some suburban municipalities from Montreal. See Rhéal Séguin, "Tear gas misused, group says," Globe and Mail, 1 May 2001, A7; Maurice Crossfield, "Sutton merger plan panned at public hearing: 'Only a forced merger can divide us' -- citizens group," Montreal Gazette, 14 January 2002, p. 3; Linda Gyulai, "Tremblay reassesses his team," Montreal Gazette, 22 June 2004, A1; Communiqués: TRUDEAU, Nicole, Site de la première ministre du Québec, June 2012, accessed 12 December 2013; Philippe Teisceira-Lessard, "Marcel Côté recrute une ancienne d'Union Montréal", Le Presse, 3 October 2013, accessed 12 December 2013; Nicole Trudeau, Coalition Montréal campaign biography, accessed 12 December 2013.
  13. ^ Zoubris has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He owns a family business on Montreal's Park Avenue, is president of the Park Avenue Merchants Association, and has served on the board of the Hellenic Community of Montreal and Projet Montréal. See Board of Directors, Projet Montréal, accessed 12 December 2013.
Preceded by
2009
Montreal municipal elections Incumbent