In the City of Montreal, the borough of Anjou electoral profile, as well as all the other Election Montreal electoral profiles are divided into a specific number of districts based on the electoral geography of each borough.
Each of our 19 boroughs and each of their respective electoral districts are
divided in such a way that each electoral district offer a similar number of
electoral votes and voters. A series of 19 districts divided into 58 electoral districts by Élection Montréal according to our elections electoral systems.
Anjou three (3) electoral districts
On our next municipal election day, local residents will vote for
and for the five (5) members of the Borough Council
The Agglomeration Council of Montreal adopts by-laws and authorizes expenditures on shared services accross the Island of Montreal. Expenditures such as social housing, emergency services and public transit.
An Agglomeration Council composed of the mayor of the City of Montreal, 15 city councillors and the mayors of each of the following 14 reconstituted cities of the Island of Montreal.
The City Council is the primary decision-making body of the City of Montreal. As such, the City Council is permitted by law to approve or disapprove municipal budgets, by-laws, programs, subsidies and governmental agreements.
The Executive Committee prepares the documents submitted to City Council for approval, including budgets, by-laws and contracts. The Executive Committee includes the Mayor of the City of Montreal, 12 municipal elected officials, including a chair and two vice-chairs along with eight special advisors.
The 19 borough councils of the City of Montreal make decisions and adopt by-laws related to local culture, fire prevention, financial management, housing, human resources, non-taxation fees, parks, recreation, roads, social and community development, urban planning and waste collection.
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Anjou Electoral Profile by Rachel Louise Barry
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