Montreal municipal election, 2017

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Montreal municipal election, 2017

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65 seats in Montreal City Council
33 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 42.47%

  First party Second party
  2016-09-20 Valerie Plante (cropped).jpg Denis Coderre 2011.jpg
Leader Valérie Plante Denis Coderre
Party Projet Montréal Équipe Denis Coderre
Leader since December 4, 2016 May 23, 2013
Leader's seat Sainte-Marie
(ran for Mayor; won)
Mayor
(won in Ovide-Clermont; ceded election to co-candidate)
Last election 20 seats, 25.52% 27 seats, 32.15%
Seats before 19 36
Seats won 34 25
Seat change Increase15 Decrease11
Popular vote 243,594 216,321
Percentage 51.42% 45.66%
Swing Increase25.90% Increase13.51%

  Third party Fourth party
 
VCM
CM
Leader Justine McIntyre Marvin Rotrand
Party Vrai changement Coalition Montréal
Leader since December 22, 2015 December 29, 2016
Leader's seat Bois-de-Liesse (ran for Borough Mayor; lost) Snowdon
Last election 4 seats, 26.47% 6 seats, 12.79%
Seats before 2 1
Seats won 0 1
Seat change Decrease2 Steady

Mayor before election

Denis Coderre
Équipe Denis Coderre

Elected Mayor

Valérie Plante
Projet Montréal

Municipal elections were held in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada on November 5, 2017 as part of the 2017 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.[1]

Results[edit]

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

Despite early polls giving incumbent mayor Denis Coderre a comfortable lead, the election concluded with Valérie Plante of Projet Montréal winning the mayoralty race by a margin of over 27,000 votes, becoming the first woman and first representative of Projet Montréal to be elected mayor of Montreal. Her party won a majority of the city council, 34 of 65 councillors.

Projet Montréal won unanimous control of four borough councils and majorities on seven more. Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal won unanimous control of four borough councils and majorities on two more. The two remaining boroughs, Anjou and LaSalle, were won unanimously by local parties, Équipe Anjou and Équipe Barbe Team respectively.

Several key city council figures were defeated, such as Russell Copeman, Harout Chitilian, Claude Dauphin, Anie Samson, Réal Ménard and Elsie Lefebvre. Projet Montréal founder Richard Bergeron, who had crossed the floor to Équipe Coderre, was defeated by the candidate for his former party, Robert Beaudry.[2]

Following his defeat, Denis Coderre announced he would resign from political life, leaving his city council seat to his co-candidate[3] Chantal Rossi.[4] On November 9, members of his party elected Darlington councillor Lionel Perez as leader; it was also announced that the party, named for Coderre, would change name in the coming weeks. [5]

Coalition Montréal was left with only one remaining elected official, Montreal's longest-serving city councillor Marvin Rotrand. Vrai changement pour Montréal, which had come in second in the mayoralty race in the previous election, lost all its seats, and announced it would suspend its activities.[6]

For the first time, a majority of Montreal's elected officials (53 out of 103) were women.[7] However, only six of the 103 elected officials (5.8%), including four of the 65 members of the city council, declared themselves to be members of visible minorities. Visible minorities make up a third of the population of the city.[8] Another elected official, Champlain–L'Île-des-Soeurs city councillor Marie-Josée Parent, who is of Mi'kmaq ancestry, became the first indigenous person elected to Montreal city council.[9]

The official results were released on November 8, 2017.[10] There was one request for a recount, in the race for borough councillor for La Pointe-des-Prairies in Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles, in which Lisa Christensen of Projet Montréal had been announced as the winner with a lead of 32 votes.[11] The recount was conducted by a judge of the Court of Quebec and Ms. Christensen was confirmed as the winner by a majority of 30 votes.[12]

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 (Anjou and Lachine only) 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
City Councillors Borough Councillor Borough Councillor
Borough Mayor City Councillor
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Ahuntsic   Émilie Thuillier   Nathalie Goulet  
Bordeaux-Cartierville   Effie Giannou  
Saint-Sulpice   Hadrien Parizeau  
Sault-au-Récollet   Jérôme Normand  
Anjou Centre   Luis Miranda   Andrée Hénault   Kristine Marsolais  
East   Richard Leblanc  
West   Lynne Shand  
Côte-des-Neiges–
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Côte-des-Neiges   Sue Montgomery   Magda Popeanu  
Darlington   Lionel Perez  
Loyola   Christian Arseneault  
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce   Peter McQueen  
Snowdon   Marvin Rotrand  
L'Île-Bizard–
Sainte-Geneviève
Denis-Benjamin-Viger   Normand Marinacci     Christian Larocque  
Jacques-Bizard     Richard Samoszewski  
Pierre-Foretier     Yves Sarault  
Sainte-Geneviève     Suzanne Marceau  
Lachine Du Canal   Maja Vodanovic   Micheline Rouleau   Julie-Pascale Provost  
Fort-Rolland   Michèle Flannery  
J.-Émery-Provost   Younes Boukala  
LaSalle Cecil-P.-Newman   Manon Barbe   Lise Zarac   Serge Declos   Josée Troilo
Sault-Saint-Louis   Richard Deschamps   Laura Palestini   Nancy Blanchet
Mercier–
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Hochelaga   Pierre Lessard-Blais   Éric Alan Caldwell  
Louis-Riel   Karine Boivin Roy  
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe   Laurence Lavigne Lalonde  
Tétreaultville   Suzie Miron  
Montréal-Nord Marie-Clarac   Christine Black   Abdelhaq Sari   Jean Marc Poirier  
Ovide-Clermont   Chantal Rossi   Renée-Chantal Belinga  
Outremont Claude-Ryan   Philipe Tomlinson     Mindy Pollak  
Jeanne-Sauvé     Fanny Magini  
Joseph-Beaubien     Valérie Patreau  
Robert-Bourassa     Jean-Marc Corbeil  
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Bois-de-Liesse   Dimitrios Jim Beis   Benoit Langevin   Louise Leroux  
Cap-Saint-Jacques   Catherine Clément-Talbot   Yves Gignac  
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal De Lorimier   Luc Ferrandez   Marianne Giguère   Josefina Blanco  
Jeanne-Mance   Alex Norris   Maeva Vilain  
Mile-End   Richard Ryan   Marie Plourde  
Rivière-des-Prairies–
Pointe-aux-Trembles
La Pointe-aux-Prairies   Chantal Rouleau   Richard Guay   Lisa Christensen  
Pointe-aux-Trembles   Suzanne Décarie   Gilles Déziel  
Rivière-des-Prairies   Giovanni Rapanà   Nathalie Pierre-Antoine  
Rosemont–
La Petite-Patrie
Étienne-Desmarteau   François William Croteau   Stéphanie Watt  
Marie-Victorin   Jocelyn Pauzé  
Saint-Édouard   François Limoges  
Vieux-Rosemont   Christine Gosselin  
Saint-Laurent Côte-de-Liesse   Alan DeSousa   Francesco Miele   Jacques Cohen  
Norman-McLaren   Aref Salem   Michèle Biron  
Saint-Léonard Saint-Léonard-Est   Michel Bissonnet   Patricia Lattanzio   Lili-Anne Tremblay  
Saint-Léonard-Ouest   Dominic Perri   Mario Battista  
Le Sud-Ouest Saint-Henri-Est–Petite-Bourgogne–
Pointe-Saint-Charles-Griffintown
  Benoit Dorais   Craig Sauvé   Sophie Thiébaut  
Saint-Paul–Émard–
Saint-Henri-Ouest
  Anne-Marie Sigouin   Alain Vaillancourt  
Verdun Champlain–L'Île-des-Sœurs   Jean-François Parenteau   Marie-Josée Parent   Pierre L'Heureux   Véronique Tremblay
Desmarchais-Crawford   Sterling Downey   Luc Gagnon   Marie-Andrée Mauger
Ville-Marie Peter-McGill (Mayor of
Montreal)
  Cathy Wong  
Saint-Jacques   Robert Beaudry  
Sainte-Marie   Sophie Mauzerolle  
Villeray–Saint-Michel–
Parc-Extension
François-Perrault   Giuliana Fumagalli   Sylvain Ouellet  
Parc-Extension   Mary Deros  
Saint-Michel   Frantz Benjamin  
Villeray   Rosannie Filato  

Timeline[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

2017[edit]

Incumbent mayors and councillors who did not run for re-election[edit]

Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal

Projet Montréal

Équipe Anjou

Independent

Opinion polls[edit]

Polling firm Last date of polling Link Équipe Coderre Projet Montréal Vrai changement Coalition Montréal Other Undecided Sample size
CROP October 24, 2017 Web 37 39 2 17 1,094
Leger October 22, 2017 Web 38 38 3 21 500
Mainstreet September 22, 2017 PDF 30 25 3 41 500
Leger June 19, 2017 PDF 43 29 14 2,013
Leger November 1, 2015 PDF 57 13 6 5 15 600
2013 Election November 3, 2013 32.1 25.5 26.5 12.8 3.1 464,966

Seat-by-seat results[edit]

Mayoral race[edit]

Although Jean Fortier of Coalition Montréal abandoned his campaign for mayor on October 17, 2017 and endorsed Valérie Plante, his name officially remained on the ballot.

Party Candidate Vote %
  Projet Montréal - Équipe Valérie Plante Valérie Plante 243,594 51.42
  Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal Denis Coderre 216,321 45.66
  Coalition Montréal Jean Fortier 5,948 1.26
     Independent Bernard Gurberg 2,140 0.45
     Independent Gilbert Thibodeau 1,669 0.35
     Independent Fabrice Ntompa Ilunga 1,553 0.33
     Independent Philippe Tessier 1,319 0.28
     Independent Tyler Lemco 1,189 0.25
Eligible voters 1,142,948 100.00
Turnout 485,635 42.47
Rejected ballots (as percentage of turnout) 11,632 2.40

Ahuntsic-Cartierville[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Coalition Montréal
87,651 Borough mayor 47.18% Harout Chitilian
19,031 (47.52%)
  Émilie Thuillier
21,017 (52.48%)
  Pierre Gagnier PM gain from EDC
Ahuntsic 22,009 City councillor 52.58% Raphaël Melançon
4,432 (39.35%)
  Nathalie Goulet
6,248 (55.46%)
Pierre Lachapelle
585 (5.19%)
  Émilie Thuillier PM hold
Bordeaux-Cartierville 21,653 City councillor 42.20%   Effie Giannou
5,277 (59.89%)
Fadia Nassr
3,048 (34.59%)
Shant Karabajak
486 (5.52%)
  Harout Chitilian EDC hold
Saint-Sulpice 23,313 City councillor 43.58%   Hadrien Parizeau
5,276 (53.74%)
Ramzi Sfeir
4,541 (46.26%)
  Pierre Desrochers EDC hold
Sault-au-Récollet 20,676 City councillor 50.28% Lorraine Pagé
4,526 (44.90%)
  Jérôme Normand
4,980 (49.40%)
Giovanna Giancaspro
574 (5.69%)
  Lorraine Pagé PM gain from EDC

Anjou[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Équipe Anjou   Other
29,577 Borough mayor 48.67% Angela Mancini
3,511 (23.35%)
Rémy Tondreau
2,823 (20.38%)
  Luis Miranda
7,518 (54.27%)
  Luis Miranda EA hold
City councillor 48.63% Michèle Gagné
3,995 (28.94%)
Robert Mailhot
3,266 (23.66%)
  Andrée Hénault
6,542 (47.40%)
  Andrée Hénault EA hold
Centre 10,944 Borough councillor 51.49% Michelle Di Genova Zammit
1,939 (36.02%)
Julie De Martino
1,315 (24.43%)
  Kristine Marsolais
2,129 (39.55%)
  Michelle Di Genova Zammit EA gain from EDC
East 8,880 Borough councillor 45.48% Mario Robert
1,029 (26.32%)
Sylvain Plourde
949 (24.27%)
  Richard Leblanc
1,724 (44.09%)
Nadia Ghalem (Ind.)
208 (5.32%)
  Paul-Yvon Perron EA hold
West 9,753 Borough councillor 48.23% René Gauthier
1,267 (28.16%)
Stephanie Cambria
1,230 (27.34%)
  Lynne Shand
1,663 (36.96%)
Gilles Beaudry (Ind.)
339 (7.54%)
  Gilles Beaudry EA gain from Ind.

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

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Coalition Montréal   Other
99,094 Borough mayor 38.99% Russell Copeman
16,409 (43.77%)
  Sue Montgomery
17,839 (47.58%)
Zaki Ghavitian
3,241 (8.65%)
  Russell Copeman PM gain from EDC
Côte-des-Neiges 17,332 City councillor 37.90% Tiffany Callender
2,341 (36.52%)
  Magda Popeanu
3,518 (54.88)
Raphaël Assor
395 (6.16%)
Maureen Chin (VCM)
156 (2.43%)
  Magda Popeanu PM hold
Darlington 18,076 City councillor 35.76%   Lionel Perez
2,576 (41.72%)
Graham Carpenter
1,969 (31.89%)
Erik Hamon
1,630 (26.40%)
  Lionel Perez EDC hold
Loyola 21,750 City councillor 39.59% Gabriel Retta
2,654 (31.53%)
  Christian Arseneault
3,611 (42.90%)
Keeton Clarke
310 (3.68%)
Jeremy Searle (Ind.)
1,012 (12.02%)
Gianpaolo Trani (Ind.)
645 (7.66%)
Angeluz Valery Santillan Aguirre (Ind.)
186 (2.21%)
  Jeremy Searle PM gain from Ind.
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 21,987 City councillor 45.65% Elaine Ethier
3,015 (30.45%)
  Peter McQueen
6,529 (65.95%)
Caroline Orchard
356 (3.60%)
  Peter McQueen PM hold
Snowdon 19,949 City councillor 34.57% Salvador Cabugao
1,647 (24.57%)
Irina Maria Grecu
2,240 (33.42%)
  Marvin Rotrand
2,816 (42.01%)
  Marvin Rotrand CM hold

L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
13,890 Borough mayor 53.29% Éric Dugas
2,608 (35.91%)
  Normand Marinacci
3,096 (42.63%)
Stéphane Côté
1,558 (21.45%)
  Normand Marinacci PM hold
Denis-Benjamin-Viger 3,776 Borough councillor 57.15% Alain Wilson
777 (36.46%)
  Christian Larocque
990 (46.46%)
Stéphane Ritchot
364 (17.08%)
  Christian Larocque PM hold
Jacques-Bizard 3,343 Borough councillor 55.67% Richard Bélanger
707 (39.08%)
  Robert Samoszewski
770 (42.56%)
Marie-Ève Dubé
332 (18.35%)
  Jean-Dominic Lévesque-René PM hold
Pierre-Foretier 4,162 Borough councillor 54.71% Diane Gibb
749 (33.51%)
  Yves Sarault
857 (38.34%)
Frédérick Pageau
462 (20.67%)
Ghassan Baroudi (Ind.)
167 (7.47%)
  Stéphane Côté PM gain from VCM
Sainte-Geneviève 2,609 Borough councillor 42.35%   Suzanne Marceau
479 (44.98%)
Geneviève Labrosse
439 (41.22%)
Sherry Shaban
147 (13.80%)
  Éric Dugas EDC hold

Lachine[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   VCM   Équipe Dauphin
32,351 Borough mayor 47.41% Catherine Ménard
2,199 (14.66%)
  Maja Vodanovic
5,935 (39.57%)
Bernard Blanchet
3,216 (21.44%)
Claude Dauphin
3,649 (24.33%)
  Claude Dauphin PM gain from EDL
City councillor 47.18% Jean-François Cloutier
3,029 (20.50%)
  Micheline Rouleau
6,096 (41.26%)
Elizabeth Verge
2,710 (18.34%)
Julie Ramsay
2,940 (19.90%)
  Jean-François Cloutier PM gain from EDC
Du Canal 11,559 Borough councillor 42.77% Anne-Marie Lelièvre
676 (14.30%)
  Julie-Pascale Provost
1,878 (39.73%)
Marc Hétu
1,345 (28.45%)
Johanne Haines
828 (17.52%)
  Maja Vodanovic PM hold
Fort-Rolland 10,362 Borough councillor 59.03% Kymberley Simonyik
1,034 (17.22%)
  Michèle Flannery
2,642 (44.00%)
Stéphanie Poitras
663 (11.04%)
Dominic Rossi
1,665 (27.73%)
  Kymberley Simonyik PM gain from EDC
J.-Émery-Provost 10,430 Borough councillor 40.35% Mehdi Lama
656 (16.01%)
  Younes Boukala
1,577 (38.49%)
Christian Lejeune
1,035 (25.26%)
Daniel Racicot
829 (20.23%)
  Daniel Racicot PM gain from EDL

LaSalle[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Équipe Barbe   Other
53,533 Borough mayor 39.03% Monique Vallée
4,212 (20.87%)
Kathy Landry
4,840 (23.98%)
  Manon Barbe
11,129 (55.15%)
  Manon Barbe Barbe hold
Cecil-P.-Newman 26,682 City councillor 35.87% Pino Asaro
2,900 (31.86%)
Yasmina El Babarti Jimenez
2,373 (26.07%)
  Lise Zarac
3,360 (36.92%)
Carolina Caruso (Ind.)
468 (5.14%)
  Monique Vallée Barbe gain from EDC
Borough councillor I 35.91% Devinderpal Singh
2,482 (27.29%)
Anila Erindi
2,566 (28.21%)
  Serge Declos
4,048 (44.50%)
  Serge Declos Barbe hold
Borough councillor II 35.96% Steven Laperrière
2,486 (27.36%)
Romarick Okou
2,243 (24.69%)
  Josée Troilo
3,893 (42.85%)
Mody Maka Barry (Ind.)
463 (5.10%)
  Josée Troilo Barbe hold
Sault-Saint-Louis 26,851 City councillor 42.07% Ben Lumière Moussienza
2,240 (20.60%)
Loren Dafniotis
2,999 (27.58%)
  Richard Deschamps
5,636 (51.83%)
  Richard Deschamps Barbe hold
Borough councillor I 42.02% Josée Aumont-Blanchette
2,613 (24.07%)
Alex Lauzon
3,243 (29.87%)
  Laura Palestini
5,000 (46.06%)
  Nancy Blanchet Barbe hold
Borough councillor II 42.10% Balkis Imam
1,986 (18.28%)
Roxanne Gendron
3,289 (30.28%)
  Nancy Blanchet
5,588 (51.44%)
  Laura-Ann Palestini Barbe hold

Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Coalition Montréal
98,948 Borough mayor 44.81% Réal Ménard
19,427 (44.96%)
  Pierre Lessard-Blais
23,779 (55.04%)
  Réal Ménard PM gain from EDC
Hochelaga 24,419 City councillor 43.06% Jean-François Beaupré
2,922 (28.51%)
  Éric Alan Caldwell
7,326 (71.49%)
  Éric Alan Caldwell PM hold
Louis-Riel 22,262 City councillor 45.43%   Karine Boivin Roy
5,180 (52.76%)
Isi Meza
4,386 (44.67%)
Joao Neves
252 (2.57%)
  Karine Boivin Roy EDC hold
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe 25,647 City councillor 44.48% Simon-Robert Chartrand
4,008 (36.15%)
  Laurence Lavigne Lalonde
7,077 (63.85%)
  Laurence Lavigne Lalonde PM hold
Tétreaultville 26,620 City councillor 46.18% Richard Celzi
4,894 (41.81%)
  Suzie Miron
6,937 (58.19%)
  Richard Celzi PM gain from EDC

Montréal-Nord[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Other
53,662 Borough mayor 35.40%   Christine Black
11,864 (66.28%)
Balarama Holness
6,036 (33.72%)
  Christine Black EDC hold
Marie-Clarac 28,314 City councillor 36.20%   Abdelhaq Sari
4,881 (50.80%)
Mathieu Léonard
4,015 (41.79%)
Marie-Carmel Michel (Ind.)
712 (7.41%)
  Chantal Rossi EDC hold
Borough councillor 36.33%   Jean Marc Poirier
5,180 (53.74%)
Anastasia Marcelin
3,551 (36.84%)
Elaine Bissonnette (Ind.)
571 (5.92%)
Henri-Paul Bernier (Ind.)
337 (3.50%)
  Monica Ricourt EDC hold
Ovide-Clermont 25,348 City councillor 34.34%   Chantal Rossi
Co-candidate[3] for Denis Coderre
5,409 (65.47%)
Sacha-Wilky Merazil
2,853 (34.53%)
  Jean-Marc Gibeau EDC hold
Borough councillor 34.29%   Renée-Chantal Belinga
4,985 (61.95%)
Stéphanie Casimir
3,062 (38.05%)
  Sylvia Lo Bianco EDC hold

Outremont[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Coalition Montréal   Other
15,371 Borough mayor 58.29% Marie Potvin
2,800 (31,69%)
  Philipe Tomlinson
4,197 (47.50%)
Ronald Moroz
68 (0.77%)
Alexandre Lussier (Ind.)
1,770 (20.03%)
  Marie Cinq-Mars PM gain from Ind.
Claude-Ryan 3,965 Borough councillor 59.67% Jeremy Murray
449 (20.95%)
  Mindy Pollak
1,186 (55.34%)
Chantal Raymond (Ind.)
508 (23.71%)
  Mindy Pollak PM hold
Jeanne-Sauvé 3,794 Borough councillor 56.14% Christine Gélinas-Élie
711 (34.07%)
  Fanny Magini
851 (40.78%)
Adrien Mitchell
18 (0.86%)
Jacqueline Gremaud (Ind.)
507 (24.29%)
  Jacqueline Gremaud PM gain from Ind.
Joseph-Beaubien 4,210 Borough councillor 63.21% William Habib
390 (14.88%)
  Valérie Patreau
1,219 (46.51%)
Céline Forget (Ind.)
1,012 (38.61%)
  Céline Forget PM gain from Ind.
Robert-Bourassa 3,402 Borough councillor 52.91%   Jean-Marc Corbeil
818 (46.53%)
David DesBaillets
665 (37.83%)
Frédéric Lecoq (Ind.)
275 (15.64%)
  Marie Potvin EDC hold

Pierrefonds-Roxboro[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
48,154 Borough mayor 36.51%   Dimitrios Jim Beis
7,918 (46.01%)
Hélène Dupont
5,733 (33.31%)
Justine McIntyre
3,558 (20.68%)
  Dimitrios Jim Beis EDC hold
Bois-de-Liesse 25,366 City councillor 36.84%   Benoit Langevin
3,952 (43.55%)
Andréanne Martin
3,466 (38.19%)
Eric McCarty
1,657 (18.26%)
  Justine McIntyre EDC gain from VCM
Borough councillor 36.88%   Louise Leroux
4,056 (44.73%)
Alexis Audoin
3,489 (38.48%)
Roger Trottier
1,522 (16.79%)
  Roger Trottier EDC gain from VCM
Cap-Saint-Jacques 22,788 City councillor 36.05%   Catherine Clément-Talbot
3,327 (41.28%)
Ross Stitt
2,719 (33.73%)
Manuela de Paoli
1,102 (13.67%)
Michael Labelle (Ind.)
912 (11.32%)
  Catherine Clément-Talbot EDC hold
Borough councillor 36.05%   Yves Gignac
3,682 (45.79%)
Peter Papadogiannis
3,319 (41.28%)
Naghmeh Shafiei
1,040 (12.93%)
  Yves Gignac EDC hold

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Coalition Montréal   Plateau sans frontières
65,538 Borough mayor 47.87% Zach Macklovitch
10,438 (34.30%)
  Luc Ferrandez
19,997 (65.70%)
Michel Brûlé
Candidacy withdrawn
  Luc Ferrandez PM hold
De Lorimier 23,188 City councillor 52.42% Linda Gauthier
3,484 (29.16%)
  Marianne Giguère
8,415 (70.84%)
Audrey Morin
Candidacy withdrawn
  Louise Mainville PM hold
Borough councillor 52.48% Jean-Pierre Szaraz
3,219 (27.11%)
  Josefina Blanco
8,656 (72.89%)
Caroline Moreno
Candidacy withdrawn
  Marianne Giguère PM hold
Jeanne-Mance 20,970 City councillor 42.12% Marc-Antoine Desjardins
2,763 (32.01%)
  Alex Norris
5,390 (62.43%)
Deborah Rankin
338 (3.92%)
Joash Whyte
142 (1.64%)
  Alex Norris PM hold
Borough councillor 42.27% Daniel Loureiro
2,754 (31.74%)
  Maeva Vilain
5,229 (60.26%)
Terrence Regan
487 (5.61%)
Yvan Dias
207 (2.39%)
  Christine Gosselin PM hold
Mile-End 21,380 City councillor 48.33% Iris Almeida-Côté
2,628 (26.08%)
  Richard Ryan
7,171 (71.15%)
Halil Sustam
279 (2.77%)
  Richard Ryan PM hold
Borough councillor 48.30% Jean David Prophète
2,367 (23.51%)
  Marie Plourde
7,699 (76.49%)
Gabrielle Lebeau
Candidacy withdrawn
  Marie Plourde PM hold

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

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Other
80,431 Borough mayor 42.39%   Chantal Rouleau
18,861 (57.37%)
Pietro Mercuri
14,013 (42.63%)
  Chantal Rouleau EDC hold
La Pointe-aux-Prairies 31,018 City councillor 41.72%   Richard Guay
6,306 (50.33%)
Daphney Colin
6,224 (49.67%)
  Richard Guay EDC hold
Borough councillor 41.76% Manuel Guedes
6,063 (48.45%)
  Lisa Christensen
6,093 (48.69%)
Alain Lanoue (Ind.)
358 (2.86%)
  Manuel Guedes PM gain from EDC
Pointe-aux-Trembles 24,317 City councillor 45.87%   Suzanne Décarie
5,947 (55.05%)
Tomy-Richard Leboeuf-McGregor
4,856 (44.95%)
  Suzanne Décarie EDC hold
Borough councillor 45.95%   Gilles Déziel
5,768 (53.56%)
Vladimir Gelin
5,001 (46.44%)
  Gilles Déziel EDC hold
Rivière-des-Prairies 25,096 City councillor 39.86%   Giovanni Rapanà
5,749 (59.94%)
Hector Perlera
3,836 (40.06%)
  Giovanni Rapanà EDC hold
Borough councillor 39.86%   Nathalie Pierre-Antoine
5,733 (60.34%)
Jean-Eddie Jr Désiré
3,768 (39.66%)
  Nathalie Pierre-Antoine EDC hold

Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal
99,459 Borough mayor 50.32% Marc-André Gadoury
15,452 (31.71%)
  François Croteau
33,275 (68.29%)
  François Croteau PM hold
Étienne-Desmarteau 23,307 City councillor 52.85% Scott McKay
3,928 (32.62%)
  Stéphanie Watt
8,113 (67.38%)
  Marc-André Gadoury PM gain from EDC
Marie-Victorin 23,259 City councillor 48.09% Nathalie Fortin
5,122 (47.37%)
  Jocelyn Pauzé
5,690 (52.63%)
  Guillaume Lavoie PM hold
Saint-Édouard 25,683 City councillor 49.77% Jack Hallak
2,813 (22.61%)
  François Limoges
9,626 (77.39%)
  François Limoges PM hold
Vieux-Rosemont 27,210 City councillor 50.52% Mariam Laagad
4,333 (32.46%)
  Christine Gosselin
9,014 (67.54%)
  Érika Duchesne PM gain from EDC

Saint-Laurent[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   VCM   Other
61,623 Borough mayor 32.17%   Alan DeSousa
12,877 (66.93%)
Nora Chénier-Jones
6,363 (33.07%)
  Alan DeSousa EDC hold
Côte-de-Liesse 33,071 City councillor 32.83%   Francesco Miele
7,171 (68.39%)
Salman Farah
3,314 (31.61%)
  Francesco Miele EDC hold
Borough councillor 32.82%   Jacques Cohen
6,680 (63.59%)
Julio Rivera
3,323 (31.64%)
Mario Bonenfant (Ind.)
501 (4.77%)
  Maurice Cohen EDC hold
Norman-McLaren 28,552 City councillor 31.34%   Aref Salem
4,887 (56.73%)
Julie Lamontagne
3,727 (43.27%)
  Aref Salem EDC hold
Borough councillor 31.37%   Michèle Biron
4,847 (56.39%)
Rafik Hakim
2,849 (33.15%)
Elias Bitar
695 (8.09%)
Jamil Ahmad Gondal (Ind.)
204 (2.37%)
  Michèle Biron EDC hold

Saint-Léonard[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Other
50,593 Borough mayor 37.42%   Michel Bissonnet
11,651 (64.61%)
Julie Caron
5,495 (30.47%)
Tommaso Di Paola (Ind.)
888 (4.92%)
  Michel Bissonnet EDC hold
Saint-Léonard-Est 21,692 City councillor 38.79%   Patricia Lattanzio
5,351 (67.45%)
Arij-Abrar El Korbi
2,582 (32.55%)
  Patricia Lattanzio EDC hold
Borough councillor 38.80%   Lili-Anne Tremblay
4,602 (58.61%)
Giovanni Capuano
3,250 (41.39%)
  Lili-Anne Tremblay EDC hold
Saint-Léonard-Ouest 28,901 City councillor 36.38%   Dominic Perri
6,632 (66.89%)
Oualid Frej
3,283 (33.11%)
  Dominic Perri EDC hold
Borough councillor 36.36%   Mario Battista
6,427 (64.41%)
Anick Druelle
3,175 (31.82%)
Nickenson Aldonzar (Ind.)
376 (3.77%)
  Mario Battista EDC hold

Le Sud-Ouest[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Coalition Montréal   Other
55,657 Borough mayor 40.44% Denise Mérineau
6,231 (28.59%)
  Benoit Dorais
15,567 (71.41%)
  Benoit Dorais PM hold
Saint-Henri-Est–Petite-Bourgogne–Pointe-Saint-Charles–Griffintown 30,537 City councillor 39.72% Daniel Doyle
3,763 (31.81%)
  Craig Sauvé
7,794 (65.88%)
Taimur Tanoli
154 (1.30%)
Thomas Tsukalas (Ind.)
119 (1.01%)
  Craig Sauvé PM hold
Borough councillor 39.73% Nicole Picher
3,996 (33.85%)
  Sophie Thiébaut
7,808 (66.15%)
  Sophie Thiébaut PM hold
Saint-Paul–Émard–Saint-Henri-Ouest 25,120 City councillor 40.99% Marc-Antoine Audette
3,369 (33.95%)
  Anne-Marie Sigouin
6,553 (66.05%)
  Anne-Marie Sigouin PM hold
Borough councillor 41.10% Claudia Olga Ouamabia
3,233 (32.53%)
  Alain Vaillancourt
6,705 (67.47%)
  Alain Vaillancourt PM hold

Verdun[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal
49,529 Borough mayor 45.30%   Jean-François Parenteau
11,925 (54.19%)
Michèle Chappaz
10,082 (45.81%)
  Jean-François Parenteau EDC hold
Champlain–
L'Île-des-Sœurs
27,348 City councillor 44.72%   Marie-Josée Parent
6,265 (52.88%)
Nathalie Pedro
5,582 (47.12%)
  Manon Gauthier EDC hold
Borough councillor I 44.70%   Pierre L'Heureux
6,215 (52.50%)
Jean-Pierre Boivin
5,623 (47.50%)
  Pierre L'Heureux EDC hold
Borough councillor II 44.69%   Véronique Tremblay
6,264 (52.82%)
Gabriel Bégin
5,596 (47.18%)
  Marie-Eve Brunet EDC hold
Desmarchais-Crawford 22,181 City councillor 46.00% Marie-Eve Brunet
4,203 (42.02%)
  Sterling Downey
5,799 (57.98%)
  Sterling Downey PM hold
Borough councillor I 46.11% Ann Guy
4,044 (40.40%)
  Luc Gagnon
5,967 (59.60%)
  Luc Gagnon PM hold
Borough councillor II 46.03% Tracey Arial
3,609 (36.10%)
  Marie-Andrée Mauger
6,388 (63.90%)
  Marie-Andrée Mauger PM hold

Ville-Marie[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   VCM   Coalition Montréal   Other
Peter-McGill 18,591 City councillor 27.94%   Cathy Wong
2,356 (46.32%)
Jabiz Sharifian
1,709 (33.60%)
Steve Shanahan
601 (11.82%)
John Symon
Co-candidate[3] for Jean Fortier
382 (7.51%)
Liyousa Kilani (Ind.)
38 (0.75%)
  Steve Shanahan EDC gain from VCM
Saint-Jacques 21,320 City councillor 38.10% Richard Bergeron
3,642 (45.64%)
  Robert Beaudry
4,174 (52.31%)
Daniel Gaudreau
164 (2.06%)
  Richard Bergeron PM gain from EDC
Sainte-Marie 18,385 City councillor 43.87% Pierre Mainville
2,460 (31.21%)
  Sophie Mauzerolle
Co-candidate[3] for Valérie Plante
5,276 (66.95%)
Artur Adam Urbanowicz
145 (1.84%)
  Valérie Plante PM hold

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

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates   Incumbent Result
  Équipe Coderre   Projet Montréal   Other
89,591 Borough mayor 41.29% Anie Samson
16,306 (45.93%)
  Giuliana Fumagalli
19,196 (54.07%)
  Anie Samson PM gain from EDC
François-Perrault 22,575 City councillor 39.21% Érika Duchesne
3,443 (40.79%)
  Sylvain Ouellet
4,998 (59.21%)
  Sylvain Ouellet PM hold
Parc-Extension 20,775 City councillor 40.47%   Mary Deros
4,035 (49.77%)
Rafik Bentabbel
3,567 (43.99%)
Mohammad Tanbir Yousuf (CM)
506 (6.24%)
  Mary Deros EDC hold
Saint-Michel 21,856 City councillor 30.48%   Frantz Benjamin
3,882 (61.95%)
Rana Alrabi
2,384 (38.05%)
  Frantz Benjamin EDC hold
Villeray 24,385 City councillor 53.64% Elsie Lefebvre
6,190 (48.18%)
  Rosannie Filato
6,499 (50.59%)
Charles Sounan (Ind.)
158 (1.23%)
  Elsie Lefebvre PM gain from EDC

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