Montreal Executive Committee
The Montreal Executive Committee (French: Comité exécutif de Montréal) is the executive branch of the municipal government of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The committee reports directly to city hall and is responsible for generating documents such as budgets and by-laws, which are then sent to the Montreal City Council for approval. As of 2011, the committee consists of eleven members and the mayor of Montreal.
After the 2009 municipal election, mayor Gérald Tremblay broke with a longstanding tradition and appointed two members of opposition parties to the committee. Tremblay also broke with precedent in naming himself as chair of the committee. Following Tremblay's resignation in November 2012, interim mayor Michael Applebaum also took a cross-partisan approach, naming a coalition committee with representatives from all three party caucuses as well as the bloc of independent councillors. When Laurent Blanchard, the chair of the executive committee under Applebaum, succeeded Applebaum as mayor in June 2012, he made only minor changes to the executive committee, adding one new member to fill the vacant seat.
There are twelve members of the executive committee, including the mayor.
|Denis Coderre||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Mayor of Montreal|
|Pierre Desrochers||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Chair of the executive committee
Finance, major projects, human capital, corporate communications, legal affairs and assessment
|Anie Samson||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Vice-chair of the executive committee
Public safety, services
|Harout Chitilian||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Vice-chair of the executive committee
Administrative reform, information technology, Smart City project
|Manon Gauthier||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Culture, heritage|
|Chantal Rouleau||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Water, water infrastructure|
|Russell Copeman||Coalition Montréal||Housing, urban planning, real estate and real estate transactions, and strategies, Office of Public Consultation|
|Réal Ménard||Coalition Montréal||Sustainable development, environment, large parks, green spaces|
|Dimitrios Jim Beis||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Procurement, sports, cultural communities|
|Lionel Perez||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Infrastructure, the electrical services commission, governance, democracy, government relations|
|Monique Vallée||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Social and community development, homelessness|
|Aref Salem||Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal||Transport|
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- "New mayor Laurent Blanchard shuffles executive committee". The Gazette, June 28, 2013.
- "Coderre names executive committee". CTV Montreal. Retrieved 19 November 2013.
- "Nominations des membres du comité exécutif". Ville de Montréal. Retrieved 19 November 2013.
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