Quebec municipal elections, 2009

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Municipal elections took place throughout Quebec, Canada, on November 1, 2009, to replace mayors and councillors.

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Acton Vale[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Éric Charbonneau 1,689 60.6
Juliette Dupuis (X) 1,096 39.4

Alma[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Marc Asselin 6,170 49.1
Lucille Gagnon 4,204 33.5
Pierre Ste-Marie 1,954 15.6
Sylvain Tremblay 231 1.8

Amos[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Ulrick Chérubin (X) 3,445 83.9
Maurice Martineau 539 13.1
Robert Audette 121 2.9

Amqui[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gaëtan Ruest (X) 1,076 42.5
Normand Boulianne 799 31.6
Monique Vermette-Leclerc 656 25.9

Asbestos[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Hugues Grimard 1,612 52.1
Jean-Philippe Bachand (X) 1,482 47.9

Aumond[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Denis Charron 289 59.6
Germain St-Amour (X) 121 24.9
Luc Richard 75 15.5

Baie-Comeau[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Christine Brisson 3,852 43.3
Michel St-Laurent 1,859 20.9
Luc Imbeault 1,836 20.6
Jean-Yves Côté 1,355 15.2

Baie-Saint-Paul[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean Fortin (X) 1,875 53.2
Pierre André Thomas 1,647 46.8

Beaconsfield[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
David Pollock 3,962 62.83
Bob Benedetti (X) 1,938 30.73
Hela Labene 406 6.44

Beauceville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Luc Provençal 2,159 80.7
Jacques Bélanger 516 19.3

Beauharnois[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Claude Hainault 3,312 63.5
Daniel Charlebois (X) 1,905 36.5

Bécancour[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Maurice Richard (X) Acclaimed

Beloeil[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Diane Lavoie (X) Beloeil gagnant 3,921 59.47
Claude Lavallée Équipe Lavallée 2,315 35.11
Sylvain Leduc Independent 357 5.41

Blainville[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
François Cantin (X) Vrai Blainville 9,997 71.8
Florent Gravel Notre Blainville 3,925 28.2

Boileau[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Henri Gariepy (X) 136 48.2
Nadine Proulx 95 33.7
Jean-Pierre Melloy 51 18.1

Boisbriand[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Marlene Cordato Ralliement des citoyens de Boisbriand 4,836 52.8
Sylvie St-Jean (X) Équipe Sylvie St-Jean 4,326 47.2

Following media reports, the Directeur général des élections du Québec announced an investigation as to whether construction entrepreneur Lino Zambito attempted to persuade two opposition councillors to allow the incumbent mayor Sylvie Saint-Jean to be reelected unopposed.[1]

Boischatel[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Yves Germain (X) Option Boischatel 1,766 79.9
Serge Leblanc Renouveau Boischatel 445 20.1

Bois-des-Filion[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Paul Larocque (X) Acclaimed

Boucherville[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jean Martel Option citoyens - citoyennes 7,726 50.55
Reynald Gagné Renouveau démocratique 4,868 31.85
Armand Lefebvre Action Boucherville 1,998 13.07
Rémi Bergeron Independent 579 3.79
Réal Belisle Independent 114 0.75

Bowman[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel David 231 62.3
Gaetan Bastien 140 37.7

Bromont[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Pauline Quinlan (X) 2,205 75.9
Gilles Duchesne 700 24.1

Brossard[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Paul Leduc Priority Brossard 14,946 70.3
Jean-Marc Pelletier (X) Brossard Democracy 6,322 29.7

Brownsburg-Chatham[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Georges Dinel 1,568 63.8
Lise Bourgault (X) 888 36.2

Bryson[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
John Griffin 203 66.3
Francis Cahill 103 33.7

Campbell's Bay[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
William Stewart 285 54.7
Cletus Ferrigan 151 29.0
Jean-Louis Auger (X) 85 16.3

Candiac[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
André J. Côté (X) Acclaimed

Cantley[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Steve Harris (X) 1,035 60.8
Mario Noel 666 39.2

Carignan[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Louise Lavigne Équipe Louise Lavigne 1,753 60.5
Jean-Guy Legendre (X) Équipe Legendre 1,146 39.5

Chambly[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Denis Lavoie (X) Action Chambly 4,686 54.6
Pierre Bourbonnais Parti municipal Chambly 3,902 45.4

Chandler[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Louisette Langlois 1,896 43.5
Claude Cyr (X) 1,744 40.1
Luc Legresley 714 16.4

Charlemagne[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Normand Grenier (X) Acclaimed

Châteauguay[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Nathalie Simon Citizen's Action 8,659 56.5
Michel Énault Châteauguay Party 4,502 29.4
Anthony Boffice Independent 2,161 14.1

Chelsea[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Caryl Green 1,345 56.3
Liam Fitzgerald 1,043 43.7

Chertsey[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jocelyn Gravel (X) Acclaimed

Chibougamau[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Manon Cyr 1,878 62.4
Mario Fortin 732 24.3
Christian Claveau 400 13.3

Coaticook[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Bertrand Lamoureux (X) 2,118 54.5
Charles Poulin 1,769 45.5

Contrecoeur[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Suzanne Dansereau (X) Équipe Dansereau 1,344 50.4
Richard Girouard Renouveau Girouard 1,321 49.6

Cookshire-Eaton[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Normand Potvin (X) Acclaimed

Coteau-du-Lac[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Robert Sauvé (X) Acclaimed

Côte Saint-Luc[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Anthony Housefather (X) Acclaimed

Cowansville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Arthur Fauteux (X) 3,019 63.44
André Leroux 1,740 36.56

Delson[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Meloche Acclaimed

Deux-Montagnes[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Marc Lauzon (X) Action Deux-Montanges 3,180 50.5
Robert Landry Robert Landry Team 3,112 49.5

Dolbeau-Mistassini[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Georges Simard (X) 3,141 51.1
Réjean Lalancette 3,005 48.9

Dollard-des-Ormeaux[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Ed Janiszewski (X) 8,630 85.4
Shameem Siddiqui 1,471 14.6

It was reported that outgoing mayor Ed Janiszewski had attempted to persuade his opponent Shameem Siddiqui not to run, citing the cost of holding an election. Siddiqui reacted indignantly, saying that Janiszewski was not "the king of Dollard" and that he has the right to run for office.[2]

Donnacona[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
André Marcoux (X) Acclaimed

Dorval[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Edgar Rouleau (X) Acclaimed

Drummondville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Francine Ruest-Jutras (X) 12,935 70.4
Frédéric Veilleux 5,440 29.6

Farnham[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Josef Hüsler (X) 1,602 65.6
Jules Lagué 842 34.5

Fassett[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel Rioux (X) Acclaimed

Fort Coulonge[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Raymond Durocher (X) 617 77.8
Michel Graveline 176 22.2

Gaspé[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
François Roussy (X) Acclaimed

Gatineau[edit]

See Gatineau municipal election, 2009

At 8:59 PM, CBC reported that Marc Bureau, the incumbent mayor of Gatineau had won the Gatineau mayoral race.[3][4]

Candidate Vote  %
Marc Bureau (X) 30,929 44.1%
Aurèle Desjardins 18,551 25.5%
Tony Cannavino 17,119 24.4%
Luc Desjardins 1,266 1.8%
Roger J. Fleury 1,198 1.7%
Richard Gravel 1,052 1.5%

Gracefield[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Real Rochon (X) 979 66.5
Celine Deslauriers 406 26.7
Paul Bertrand 87 5.9

Granby[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Richard Goulet (X) 10,083 49.33
Toni Lynn Trottier 6,996 34.08
René Guillette 1,863 9.11
Diane Racicot 1,499 7.33

Hampstead[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
William Steinberg (X) 1,921 61%
David Sternthal 825 39%

Hudson[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michael Elliott (X) Acclaimed

Joliette[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
René Laurin (X) Action Joliette 3,425 75.2
Barnard Gagnon Independent 1,127 24.8

Kazabazua[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Ota Hora 194 47.5
Ron Laflamme 99 24.3
Robert Petrin 88 21.6
Cecil Crites 27 6.6

Kirkland[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
John W. Meaney (X) Acclaimed

Lac-Beauport[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Michel Beaulieu Vision Lac-Beauport 1,429 56.7
André Parent Action Lac-Beauport 1,090 43.3

Lac-Brome[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Decelles 1,309 52.8
Pierre Marchand 865 34.9
Stanley E. Neil 247 10.0
Michel Ayotte 57 2.3

Lachute[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Daniel Mayer (X) Équipe Mayer 2,516 47.7
Denis Sabourin Parti du retour aux citoyens 1,254 23.8
Carl Péloquin Équipe Péloquin 1,102 20.9
Denis Richer Independent 398 7.6

Lac-Mégantic[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Colette Roy-Laroche (X) Acclaimed

La Malbaie[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Lise Lapointe 2,393 54.2
Rosaire Bertrand 2,023 45.8

L'Ancienne-Lorette[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Émile Loranger (X) Équipe Loranger 5,024 64.8
Daniel Dupuis Démocratie L'Ancienne-Lorette 2,735 35.2

La Pêche[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Robert Bussière (X) Acclaimed

La Prairie[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Lucie Roussel (X) Acclaimed

La Sarre[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Normand Houde (X) 1,339 52.2
Aldé Bellavance 1,228 47.8

L'Assomption[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Louise T. Francoeur Pour vous, l'équipe Francoeur 2,711 43.9
Jacques Raynault L'Assomption en tête 2,013 32.6
Pierre Gour (X) Équipe Pierre Gour 1,451 23.5

La Tuque[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Normand Beaudoin 3,872 65.5
Réjean Gaudreault (X) 1,864 32.0
Jean-Paul Tremblay 88 1.5

Laval[edit]

At 9:12 PM, CBC reported that "Gilles Vaillancourt has been reelected for a sixth time as Laval mayor." [3]

2009 Laval municipal election, Mayor of Lavaledit
Party Candidate Total votes  % of total votes
Parti PRO des Lavallois (x)Gilles Vaillancourt 60,045 61.29
Mouvement lavallois Lydia Aboulian 22,179 22.64
Parti au service du citoyen Robert Bordeleau 14,577 14.88
Independent Régent Millette 682 0.70
Independent Rick Blatter 482 0.49
Total valid votes 97,965 100

Lavaltrie[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jean Claude Gravel Parti lavaltrois 2,550 61.5
Norman Blackburn (X) Action Lavaltrie 1,594 38.5

Les Cèdres[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Géraldine T. Quesnel (X) 1,359 52.1
Raymond Larouche 1,248 47.9

Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Joêl Arsenau (X) Acclaimed

Lévis[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Danielle Roy-Marinelli (X) Acclaimed

L'Île-Perrot[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Marc Roy (X) Acclaimed

Longueuil[edit]

See Longueuil municipal election, 2009

At 10:43 PM, TVA reported that Caroline St-Hilaire had been elected Mayor of Longueuil. As of 12:40 AM, the results are:

  Candidate Party Vote  %
  Caroline St-Hilaire Action Longueuil 34,291 51.41%[5]
  Jacques Goyette Parti municipal Longueuil 30,504 45.74%

Lorraine[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Ramez Ayoub Équipe Ayoub 1,809 51.1
Boniface Dalle-Vedove (X) Équipe Dalle-Vedove 1,730 48.9

Louiseville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Guy Richard (X) 2,054 83.6
Michel Bellemare 404 16.4

Low[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Morris O'Connor (X) 310 73.6
Fay Pinard 111 26.4

Magog[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Vicki May Hamm 5,649 50.4
Marc Poulin (X) 4,668 41.7
Alain Vanden Eynden 890 7.9

Maniwaki[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Robert Coulombe (X) Acclaimed

Marieville[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Alain Ménard Independent 1,384 50.7
France A. Dussault Parti municipal Marieville 1,121 41.1
Denis Guertin Independent 224 8.2

Mascouche[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Richard Marcotte (X) Ralliement Mascouche 7,189 53.4
Serge Hamelin Horizon Mascouche 6,262 46.6

Matane[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Claude Canuel 2,236 33.5
Bernard Tremblay 1,491 22.4
Jean Nazair 1,089 16.3
Anick Fortin 794 11.9
Guy A. Gauthier 726 10.9
Rodrigue Drapeau 333 5.0

Mayo[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gaetan Brunet 176 53.0
Normand Vachon (X) 124 37.3
George Boros 32 9.6

McMasterville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Plante (X) Acclaimed

Mercier[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jacques Lambert (X) Équipe Lambert 2,753 67.5
Jean-Luc Colpron Option Mercier 1,328 32.5

Mirabel[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Hubert Meilleur (X) Acclaimed

Montebello[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Pierre Bertrand 326 55.3
Jean-Paul Descoeurs (X) 263 44.7

Mont-Joli[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean Bélanger (X) 1,513 60.3
Laurent Lajoie 996 39.7

Mont-Laurier[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel Adrien (X) Acclaimed

Montmagny[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean-Guy Desrosiers (X) Acclaimed

Montpellier[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Pierre Bernier 383 51.8
Stephane Seguin (X) 252 34.1
Pierre Neveu 54 7.3
Louis Day 36 4.9

Montreal[edit]

See Montreal municipal election, 2009

At 10:44 PM, TVA reported that Gérald Tremblay had been re-elected as mayor of Montreal.

  Candidate Party Vote  %
  Gérald Tremblay (X) Union Montréal 117438 37.28% [6]
  Louise Harel Vision Montréal 104294 33.11%
  Richard Bergeron Projet Montréal 80776 25.64%
  Louise O'Sullivan Parti Montréal Ville-Marie 6348 2.02%
  Michel Bédard Fierté Montréal 4096 1.30%
  Michel Prairie Independent 2064 0.66%

Montréal-Ouest[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Beny Masella 1,311 78.1
Emile Subirana 367 21.9

Mont-Royal[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Vera Danyluk (X) Action Mont-Royal 3,263 66.8
André Krepec Independent 1,624 33.2

Mont-Saint-Hilaire[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Michel Gilbert (X) Action Mont-Saint-Hilaire 3,106 57.4
Denise Loiselle Voix citoyenne de Mont-Saint-Hilaire 2,309 42.6

Mont-Tremblant[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Pierre Pilon (X) Acclaimed

Nicolet[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Alain Drouin (X) Acclaimed

Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Marie-Claude Beaulieu-Nichols Option Citoyens 1,938 52.1
Richard Mainville Independent 935 25.1
Serge Roy (X) Ralliement Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot 848 22.8

Notre-Dame-des-Prairies[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Alain Larue (X) 1,636 52.4
Clairette Casaubon 1,487 47.6

Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Pierre A. Bouchard (X) Acclaimed

Otterburn Park[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel Martin 1,796 72.8
Gérard Schafroth (X) 672 27.2

Papineauville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Clement 532 46.3
Andre Blais (X) 466 40.6
Gilles Hebert 150 13.1

Pincourt[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Yvan Cardinal 1,760 54.7
Michel Kandyba (X) 1,212 37.6
Patrick Doyle 248 7.7

Plaisance[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Paulette Lalande (X) Acclaimed

Plessisville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Réal Ouellet (X) Acclaimed

Pointe-Calumet[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jacques Séguin (X) Acclaimed

Pointe-Claire[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Bill McMurchie (X) Acclaimed

Pontiac[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Edward McCann (X) 902 49.2
Garry Dagenais 790 43.1
Jo-Anne Simard 142 7.7

Pont-Rouge[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Claude Bégin (X) Acclaimed

Port-Cartier[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Laurence Méthot (X) Acclaimed

Prévost[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Germain Richer Alliance des citoyens(nes) de Prévost 1,872 46.67
Claude Charbonneau Parti prévostois 1,260 31.41
Guy Guénette Gens de Prévost 815 20.32
Stéphane Laroche Independent 64 1.6

Princeville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Fortier (X) Acclaimed

Quebec City[edit]

At 8:21 PM, CBC Montreal reported that incumbent mayor Régis Labeaume had won the election with 82% of the vote.[3][4]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Régis Labeaume (X) Équipe Labeaume 153,847 79.9
Jeff Fillion Independent 16,393 8.5
Yonnel Bonaventure Défi Vert de Québec 15,614 8.1
Jean-Paul Marchand Independent 3,224 1.7
Langis D. Harvey Independent 1,382 0.7
Philippe O'Brien Independent 1,052 0.5
Lionel Laporte Independent 965 0.5

Council Election, Maizerets-Lairet Ward:

Candidate Vote  %
Ginette Picard-Lavoie (X) 4,286 67.36
Jean-Thomas Grantham 1,106 17.38
Nicolas Frichot 648 10.18
André Houle 323 5.08
Total votes 6,363 100

Rawdon[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jacques Beauregard Option Rawdon 2,582 58.6
Louise Major (X) Équipe Major 1,823 41.4

Repentigny[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Chantal Deschamps (X) Équipe Deschamps 12,236 44.9
Jean Langlois Parti démocratique de Repentigny-Le Gardeur 10,091 37.0
Michel Carignan Parti des contribuables de Repentigny 4,952 18.2

Richelieu[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jacques Ladouceur Coalition richeloise 818 43.86
Odette Renaud Independent 552 29.6
Françcois Villeneuve Independent 495 26.54

Rigaud[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Réal Brazeau (X) Acclaimed

Rimouski[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Éric Forest (X) 15,804 95.8
Gilles Morneau 691 4.2

Ripon[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Luc Desjardins Acclaimed

Rivière-du-Loup[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel Morin (X) Acclaimed

Roberval[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel Larouche (X) 2,718 55.1
Alexandre Gauthier 2,218 44.9

Rosemère[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Hélène Daneault (X) Acclaimed

Rouyn-Noranda[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Mario Provencher (X) 7,273 47.4
Jean-Claude Beauchemin 4,063 26.5
Philip Bradley 4,022 26.2

Saguenay[edit]

At 9:08 PM, CBC reported that Jean Tremblay had won the mayoral race in Saguenay.[3]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean Tremblay (X) 45,088 77.8
Michel Potvin 12,861 22.2

Saint-Amable[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
François Gamache Essor 1,389 59.6
Réal Dubuc Independent 781 33.5
Luc Gemme Independent 160 6.9

Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Marcel Corriveau (X) Horizon Saint-Augustin 4,240 89.1
Mathieu Bérubé-Beaumont Independent 521 10.9

Saint-Basile-le-Grand[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Bernard Gagnon Parti grandbasilois 2,759 45.1
Josée LaForest Équipe LaForest 1,897 31.0
Michel Carrières (X) Action municipale grandbasiloise 979 16.0
Guy Raymond Action citoyens 478 7.8

Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Claude Benjamin (X) Alliance municipale de Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville 4,298 45.52
Martin Murray Parti montarvillois 3,456 36.61
André Besner Independent 1,687 17.87

Saint-Calixte[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Louis-Charles Thouin union pour le changement 1,226 56.4
Clément Charest Parti gestion démocratique 583 26.8
André Ricard Voix des citoyens(nes) 232 10.7
Johanne Cloutier Pro-calixtien 133 6.1

Saint-Césaire[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Serge Gendron Vision Saint-Césaire 1,130 53.1
Yvon Boucher (X) Unité Saint-Césaire 605 28.4
Dorothée Gingras Independent 286 13.4
Daniel Kabamba Independent 109 5.1

Saint-Charles-Borromée[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
André Hénault (X) Acclaimed

Saint-Colomban[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jacques Labrosse Renouveau Saint-Colomban 1,996 55.6
Roland Charbonneau (X) Équipe Charbonneau 1,260 35.1
Luc Martin Parti Rassembleur de Saint-Colomban 194 5.4
Phillippe Aubé Independent 139 3.9

Saint-Constant[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Gilles Pepin (X) Action municipale Saint-Constant 4,733 54.6
Yves-André Ferland Défis Saint-Constant 3,932 45.4

Saint-Sixte[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Andre Belisle Acclaimed

Sainte-Adèle[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Réjean Charbonneau Parti vision citoyens 2,683 55.9
Claude Descôteaux (X) Équipe Claude Descôteaux 1,957 40.7
David Sommer Rovins Independent 163 3.4

Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Denis Chalifoux Équipe Denis Chalifoux 1,225 31.1
Gilles Legault Équipe Gilles Legault 1,088 27.6
Kathleen S. Labelle Équipe Kathleen S. Labelle 711 18.1
Sylvain Latreille Parti des citoyens de Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts 515 13.1
Raymond Le Saux Independent 280 7.1
Michel Rivard Independent 120 3.0

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Francis Deroo 1,256 58.0
Bill Tierney (X) 911 42.0

Sainte-Anne-des-Monts[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Micheline Pelletier (X) 1,773 60.7
Petit Vallée 1,146 39.3

Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Guy Charbonneau Parti Vision Action 2,778 56.0
Catherine Collin (X) Sainte-Anne-Plus 2,186 44.0

Sainte-Catherine[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jocelyne Bates (X) Parti de l'équipe Bates 3,080 71.0
Monique Roy Verville Alternative Sainte-Catherine 1,261 29.0

Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jacques Marcotte (X) 1,086 53.9
Gilles Piché 928 46.1

Sainte-Julie[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Suzanne Roy (X) Acclaimed

Sainte-Julienne[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Marcel Jetté Équipe Marcel Jetté 1,733 46.0
Pierre Mireault (X) Action vision Sainte-Julienne 768 20.4
Claude Roy Progrès Sainte-Julienne 719 19.1
Danielle Bédard Parti des citoyens de Sainte-Julienne 327 8.7
Nicole Sabourin Independent 217 5.8

Sainte-Marie[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Harold Guay (X) Acclaimed

Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Sonia Paulus (X) Nouvelle option 2,531 50.0
Claude Amann Équipe Claude Amann 1,639 32.4
Richard Paquette Équipe des Marthelacquois 896 17.7

Sainte-Sophie[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Yvon Brière (X) Acclaimed

Sainte-Thérèse[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Sylvie Surprenant (X) Parti Municipal Énergie 4,900 69.0
Annick Hupperetz Vision action Saint-Thérèse 2,198 31.0

Saint-André-Avellin[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Therese Whissell (X) 873 60.9
Andre Robert 358 25.0
Dany Ouellet 203 14.2

Saint-Eustache[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Pierre Charron (X) Option Saint-Eustache 10,031 71.6
Paule Fortier Équipe Paule Fortier 3,974 28.4

Saint-Félicien[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Potvin (X) Acclaimed

Saint-Félix-de-Valois[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Claude Landreville 1,962 86.0
Gilles Fréchette (X) 319 14.0

Saint-Georges[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
François Fecteau Rassemblement Saint-Georges 5,456 47.3
Marcel Bérubé Développement Saint-Georges 4,143 35.9
Serge Veilleux Independent 1,790 15.5
Guy Roberge Independent 144 1.2

Saint-Hippolyte[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Bruno Laroche Équipe Bruno Laroche 1,627 58.1
Georges Loulou Independent 583 20.8
Gilles Rousseau (X) Équipe Rousseau 467 16.7
Hélène Noel Watier Independent 125 4.5

Saint-Hyacinthe[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Claude Bernier (X) 7,798 43.2
Huguette Corbeil 7,331 40.6
Jean-Marie Pelletier 2,907 16.1

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Gilles Dolbec (X) Équipe Dolbec 11,838 39.5
Jean Lamoureux Action civique 9,100 30.4
Lucille Méthé Independent 6,497 21.7
Joseph Khoury Union johannaise 2,515 8.4

Saint-Jérôme[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Marc Gascon (X) Acclaimed

Saint-Lambert[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Philippe Brunet 2,707 34.9
Éric Bourbeau 2,670 34.4
Jill Lacoursière 2,375 30.6

Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
François Barret (X) 1,019 63.1
Lisette Moreau 597 36.9

Saint-Lazare[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Pierre Kary Shared Vision 2,386 43.0
Michel St-Louis Parti Saint-Lazare 1,992 35.9
Paul Carzoli (X) St-Lazare Unified 1,166 21.0

Saint-Lin-Laurentides[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
André Auger Parti André Auger 2,506 57.5
Robert Jobin Équipe Robert Jobin 1,855 42.5

Saint-Philippe[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Lise Martin Équipe Martin 1,032 42.0
Fernande D. Lussier Équipe F.D. Lussier 744 30.3
Martine Bechtold Parti des citoyens 362 14.7
Sylvain Rathé Independent 318 12.9

Saint-Pie[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Pierre St-Onge (X) Acclaimed

Saint-Raymond[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Rolland Dion (X) Acclaimed

Saint-Rémi[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel Lavoie (X) 1,865 61.1
Sylvie Boyer 1,189 38.9

Saint-Robert[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Salvas (X) 453 51.9
Philippe Rochat 419 48.1

Saint-Sauveur[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Michel Lagacé (X) Acclaimed

Saint-Zotique[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gaëtane Legault (X) Acclaimed

Salaberry-de-Valleyfield[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Denis Lapointe (X) 7,972 76.7
Sylvain Guérin 2,428 23.3

Sept-Îles[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Serge Lévesque 5,764 64.5
Marc Fafard 2,996 33.5
Jacques Gélineau 180 2.0

Shawinigan[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Michel Angers Independent 11,912 55.2
Yves L. Duhaime Independent 6,196 28.7
Claude Villemure Ralliement municipal 3,478 16.1

Shawville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Albert Armstrong (X) 545 61.2
Keith Harris 346 38.8

Shefford[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean-Marc Desrochers 947 59.5
Yves Gosselin (X) 456 28.7
Antoine Beaulieu 188 11.8

Sherbrooke[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Bernard Sévigny 17,173 34.4
Hélène Gravel 17,051 34.2
François Godbout 14,190 28.4
Moustapha Saboun 882 1.8
Denis Pellerin 596 1.2

Sorel-Tracy[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Réjean Dauplaise 8,134 60.8
Marcel Robert (X) 5,240 39.2
  • Réjean Dauplaise was sixty-four years old during the 2009 election, with sixteen years of experience as a councillor in Sorel (prior to its amalgamation with Tracy).[7] He sought election to the amalgamated city's council in 2005 but was defeated.[8] He ran a low-cost campaign with few assistants in 2009 and remarked after the election that he was surprised by his margin of victory.[9]
  • Marcel Robert is a businessman in Sorel-Tracy who operated several establishments before his election as the amalgamated city's first mayor in 2000. He promoted environmental issues during his time in office, and in 2005 he accused the city of Montreal of contaminating his community with improperly cleaned water.[10] A year after his defeat, he co-founded a franchise called Frais et Frisket.[11]

Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Robert Miller Évolution Cantons-Unis 984 44.7
Gaétane G. St-Laurent (X) Équipe Gaétane G. St-Laurent 909 41.3
Louis-Yves Poulin Independent 306 13.9

Terrebonne[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Jean-Marc Robitaille (X) Équipe Robitaille 17,431 68.8
Sylvain Lessard Renouveau Terrebonne 7,918 31.2

Thetford Mines[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Luc Berthold (X) 8,777 86.1
Bruno Roy 1,418 13.9

Thurso[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Maurice Boivin Acclaimed

Trois-Rivières[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Yves Lévesque (X) Independent 25,637 54.9
André Carle Force 3R 21,077 45.1

Val-des-Monts[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean Lafrenière (X) 1 073 39.6
Pierre Bélec 774 28.6
Michel B. Gauthier 764 28.2
Guy Dostaler 98 3.6

Val-des-Bois[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Marcel Proulx (X) Acclaimed

Val-d'Or[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Fernand Trahan (X) 7,045 93.5
Gilles Gagnon 516 6.5

Varennes[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Martin Damphousse Parti durable 4,397 60.7
Josée Sanfaçon Action Varennes 1,917 26.4
Michel Tremblay (X) Independent 934 12.9

Vaudreuil-Dorion[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Guy Pilon (X) Acclaimed

Verchères[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Alexandre Bélisle 1,357 59.4
Claude Henri 593 26.0
Claude Perreault 333 14.6

Victoriaville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Alain Rayes 10,807 62.8
Éric Lefebvre 5,722 33.2
Martin Talbot 524 3.0
René Martineau 161 0.9

Westmount[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Peter F. Trent (X) Acclaimed

Windsor[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Sylvie Bureau (X) Acclaimed

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clément, Éric. Collusion à Boisbriand : le DGEQ vérifie s'il y a eu infraction. La Presse. 16 October 2009. (in French)
  2. ^ Montreal area mayor faces unwelcome opponent: Janiszewski says having to campaign is a waste of money. CBC News. 13 October 2009.
  3. ^ a b c d http://www.cbc.ca/montreal/features/civicvote2009/ CBC Montreal | Quebec Civic Vote 2009
  4. ^ a b http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/municipales2009/ Élections Municipales 2009 | Radio-Canada.ca (in French)
  5. ^ Elections Longueuil Archived November 4, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. (in French)
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on November 4, 2009. Retrieved November 2, 2009.  City Mayor, Élection Montréal 2009
  7. ^ Jean Doyon, Réjean Dauplaise sera candidat à la mairie, Le Sorel-Tracy Magazine, 24 September 2009, accessed 24 August 2010.
  8. ^ Réjean Dauplaise tente sa chance à la mairie Archived July 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine., Montérégieweb, 25 September 2009, accessed 24 August 2010.
  9. ^ Louise Grégoire-Racicot, "Sorel-Tracy: Réjean Dauplaise raconte son élection et ses premiers jours à la mairie," Archived July 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. 10 November 2009, accessed 24 August 2010.
  10. ^ Alex Dobrota, "Stop dumping on us, Sorel mayor says," Montreal Gazette, 15 August 2005, A6. See also Keynote Speakers Archived July 6, 2011, at the Wayback Machine., Green Municipal Fund, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, accessed 24 August 2010.
  11. ^ Jean Doyon, "Trois hommes d'affaires connus, lancent la nouvelle bannière Frais et Frisket," SorelTracy Magazine, 3 May 2010, accessed 24 August 2010.