Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Electoral Profile

The borough of Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve 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.

Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Map

Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve four (4) electoral districts

  1. Tétreauville
  2. Maisonneuve-Longue-Pointe 
  3. Hochelaga
  4. Louis-Riel and a total of 99,125 electors in 2017

On our next municipal election day, local residents will vote for

  • the mayor of the City of Montreal

and for the five (5) members of the Borough Council

  • the mayor and city Councillor of the borough
  • one (1) city Councillor for each of the four (4) electoral districts

Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Electoral Profile - 
Montreal Master Plan - Synthesis of Actions - Part 2

  • Ensure the harmonious integration of institutions into the urban environment
  • Preserve the character of Mount Royal and its predominance in the urban landscape
  • Assert Montréal’s island character and enhance its waterside roadway
  • Preserve and improve Montréal’s green network
  • Preserve and enhance rural character and agricultural activities in certain areas of the West Island
  • Preserve the specific features of Montréal’s urban framework
  • Highlight the gateways to Montréal’s territory
  • Highlight Montréal’s nightscape
  • Promote quality architecture that is ecologically sound and respectful of Montréal’s character
  • Enhance the quality of the public realm
  • Promote pedestrian travel through improved public space design
  • Improve the image of Montréal’s main thoroughfares
  • Improve the integration of public transportation infrastructure into the urban landscape
  • Protect areas of heritage value
  • Protect heritage buildings
  • Protect and enhance Montréal’s archaeological heritage
  • Maintain and intensify heritage education and enhancement efforts
  • Preserve and enhance natural environments by ensuring their harmonious integration into urban development
  • Support healthier urban development
  • Reduce air pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions
  • Ensure efficient management of the water and wastewater infrastructure
  • Ensure the recovery and re-use of waste
  • Pursue the rehabilitation of contaminated sites with government funding
  • Give priority to rehabilitating contaminated sites in the vicinity of certain metro and commuter train stations, as well as in areas to be transformed
  • Control the impact of nuisances
  • Control construction in areas with environmental constraints

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Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Electoral Profile by Rachel Louise Barry


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