LaSalle Electoral Profile

The borough of LaSalle 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 the borough.

Each of our 19 boroughs and each of their respective socio-economic characteristics and electoral districts are divided in such a way that each district has a similar number of electoral total members.

LaSalle Electoral Map

LaSalle two (2) electoral districts

  1. Sault-Saint-Louis
  2. Cecil-P.-Newman and a total of 53,702 electors in 2017

On our next election day, local residents will vote for

  • the mayor of the City of Montreal

and for the seven (7) members of the Borough Council

  • the mayor and city Councillor of the borough
  • one (1) city Councillor for each of the two (2) electoral districts
  • two (2) borough Councilors for each of the two (2) electoral districts.

LaSalle Electoral Profile & Home Urban Living

1. High-Quality Diversified and Complete Living Environments

In Montreal, residential environments must include a variety of housing units of sufficient quality and quantity to meet the requirements of various types of households including one-family households and multiple-family households. 

Residential environments that must also provide a wide range of public services and facilities including stores, schools, librairies, green spaces such as parks, recreational facilites and sports facilities. 

Residential environments that should be healthy and safe, that must benefit from adequate access to various employment areas and that must be well served by public transportation.

2. Structuring, Efficient Transportation Networks Integrated Into the Urban Fabric

The City and the Master Plan strongly supports public transportation and propose two objectives for the movement of passengers and freight:

  • Consolidate and develop Montréal’s territory in relation to existing and planned transportation networks;
  • Confirm the strategic role of freight transportation through the consolidation of existing infrastructure.

The Plan also emphasizes the importance of keeping existing transportation networks in good condition and in improving their efficiency. A plan that also encourages travel by foot and bicycle in accordance with the requirements of a healthy environment.

3. A Prestigious, Convivial and Inhabited Centre

Although relatively small, the Centre of Montreal houses over sixty prestigious international organizations as well as beint the host to a major concentration of academic and research activity. 

Mount Royal and the St. Lawrence River are the natural boundaries of the Centre to the North and to the South as well as an exceptional background.

The Havre extends from the Champlain Bridge to the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and encompasses Île Sainte-Hélène, Île Notre-Dame and the Old Port. The Center is a lot like a window on the river.

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LaSalle Electoral Profile by Rachel Louise Barry


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