|City of Calgary Councillor|
February 28, 2005
|Preceded by||Margot Aftergood|
André Chabot is a municipal level politician in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who currently serves as the Alderman for Ward 10 of the Calgary City Council. He was elected in a 2005 by-election after Incumbent Margot Aftergood resigned after allegations of a vote rigging scandal surfaced involving mail in ballots from the 2004 Calgary municipal elections.
André Chabot represents the communities of Mayland Heights, Vista Heights, Abbeydale, Albert Park/Radisson Heights, Applewood, Forest Heights, Forest Lawn, Marlborough, Marlborough Park, Penbrooke Meadows and Red Carpet/Mountview, in the city's south-east quadrant.
In 2006, he opposed a bylaw that would have made it an offence to spit, urinate, defecate, loiter, fight or show a knife in public.
In 2007, he pushed for a bylaw to allow ashtrays at entry points into public buildings in an effort to avoid garbage created by discarded butts.
On June 25, 2015, Chabot announced he intended to run for mayor of Calgary in the 2017 municipal election. 
- City of Calgary (2004). "Ward 10 Profile" (PDF). Retrieved 2007-05-05.
- CBC News (July 2006. Calgary mulls bad-behaviour bylaw
- The Calgary Sun. (August 2007). City plans to butt out smoking litterbugs
- McIntosh, Emma (June 25, 2015). "Chabot planning to run for mayor in 2017 election". Calgary Herald. Retrieved July 13, 2015.
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