Quebec municipal elections, 2005

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The Canadian province of Quebec held municipal elections in its municipalities on November 6, 2005.

The municipalities in Quebec for the 2005 election were different from the previous 2001 election, as many municipalities had voted to de-amalgamate.

Every municipality in Quebec held elections except Port-Cartier, Thetford Mines, Sept-Îles and in the village and parish of Saint-Georges-de-Cacouna (they were held in 2006).

In addition to the municipalities, the prefects of 8 regional county municipalities were elected:

Selected results of the November 6 elections are as follows

Bécancour[edit]

2005 Bécancour mayoral election results
  • Pierre Duplessis is a farmer and former town councillor in Bécancour and a founding president of the Godefroy market. During his mayoral campaign, he accused the Richard administration of lacking transparency.[1]
2005 Bécancour municipal election, Council, Ward Sixedit
Candidate Total votes  % of total votes
Alain Levesque 2,362 57.67
Christian Richard 1,380 33.69
Blak D. Blackburn 354 8.64
Total valid votes 4,096 100

Blainville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
François Cantin X
Daniel Ratthé

Boucherville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Francine Gadbois Acclaimed

Brossard[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean-Marc Pelletier 9,118 57.1
Raymond Guyot 6,854 42.9

Châteauguay[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Sergio Pavone (inc.) 9,440 60.1
Alain Desjardins 6,266 39.9

Dollard-des-Ormeaux[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Ed Janiszewski Acclaimed

Drummondville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Francine Ruest-Jutras (inc.) Acclaimed

Gatineau[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Marc Bureau 55,650 68.3
Yves Ducharme (inc.) 25,834 31.7

Granby[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Richard Goulet 9,639 57.5
Denis Dumas 5,069 30.2
Guy Racine (inc.) 2,059 12.3

Laval[edit]

2005 Laval municipal election, Mayor of Lavaledit
Party Candidate Total votes  % of total votes
Parti PRO des Lavallois (x)Gilles Vaillancourt 58,804 74.61
Independent Audrey Boisvert 12,613 16.00
Independent Emilio Migliozzi 3,928 4.98
Independent Régent Millette 3,474 4.41
Total valid votes 78,819 100

Lévis[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Danielle Roy Marinelli 19,529
Mathieu Castonguay
Jean Garon (inc.)
Gilles Lehouillier

Longueuil[edit]

Mayor of Longueuil[2]
Candidate Party Vote  %
  Claude Gladu Parti municipal Rive-Sud 40,384 64.2%
  Claude Lamoureux Ralliement Longueuil 22,502 35.8%
  Total valid votes 62,886 100%

Montreal[edit]

2005 Montreal municipal election, Mayor of Montrealedit
Party Candidate Total votes  % of total votes
Montreal Island Citizens Union (x)Gérald Tremblay 202,302 53.73
Vision Montreal Pierre Bourque 136,769 36.32
Projet Montréal Richard Bergeron 32,126 8.53
White Elephant Party Michel Bédard 5,329 1.42
Total valid votes 376,526 100

Nicolet[edit]

Council

Hélène Langis was elected as the councillor for Nicolet's sixth ward. She later resigned, and a by-election was held to choose her replacement on December 17, 2006:

Candidate Vote  %
Denis Jutras 838 54.03
André Breton 359 23.15
Hélène Gelinas 294 18.96
Serge Goyette 37 2.39
Simonne Lizotte 23 1.48
Total valid votes 1,551 100

Québec[edit]

Candidate Party Vote  %
Andrée Boucher Independent 90,079 46.3
Claude Larose Renouveau municipal de Québec 65,192 33.5
Marc Bellemare Vision Québec 20,441 10.5
Pierre-Michel Bouchard Action civique de Québec 17,010 8.8
Patrice Fortin Independent 1,626 0.8

Repentigny[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Chantal Deschamps (inc.) 13,212 57.8
Michel Carignan 9,663 42.2

Rimouski[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Éric Forest X
Martin Poirier
François Thibodeau

Rouyn-Noranda[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Roger Caouette X
Jean-Claude Beauchemin (inc.)

Saguenay[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean Tremblay (inc.) 45,081 71.4
Mereille Jean 16,740 26.5
André Reid 1,295 2.1

Saint-Eustache[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Claude Carignan 11,635 80.6
Lucien Vallée 2,803 19.4

Saint-Hyacinthe[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Claude Bernier (inc.) 12,040 80.8
Dale Daigneault-Denio 2,853 19.2

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Gilles Dolbec (inc.) 14,982 61.0
Lucille Méthé 9,572 39.0

Saint-Jérôme[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Marc Gascon (inc.) 11,026 74.3
Gérald Cyr 3,822 25.7

Salaberry-de-Valleyfield[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Denis Lapointe (inc.) 8,833 71.1
Sylvain Guérin 3,591 28.9

Shawinigan[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Lise Landry (inc.) 11,396 52.2
Renée Fournier 6,789 31.1
Maxime Boisvert 3,327 15.3

Sherbrooke[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean Perrault (inc.) 25,687 53.9
Hélène Gravel 20,892 43.9
Hubert Richard 1,047 2.2

Terrebonne[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Jean-Marc Robitaille (inc.) Acclaimed

Trois-Rivières[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Yves Lévesque (inc.) 34,298 70.3
Guy Julien 13,741 28.2
Serge Simard 754 1.5

Victoriaville[edit]

Candidate Vote  %
Roger Richard (inc.) Acclaimed

All results by region[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Une 16e saison pour le Marché Godefroy, La Nouvelliste, 13 May 2010, accessed 21 August 2010; and Manque de transparence à Bécancour?, Radio-Canada, 28 October 2005, accessed 21 August 2010.
  2. ^ "RÉSULTATS LONGUEUIL 2006" (PDF). Point-Sud (in French) 5 (8): pp. 6,7. 22 November 2005. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 

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