A Montreal Island electoral profile of its 15 cities, towns, ville and village. The City of Montreal and its 19 boroughs being the 16th city of the island of Montreal.
Fifteen electoral profiles for those who are interested in municipal politics and who might eventually move to any of the 15 cities located on the Island of Montreal. Municipal politics that each revolve around the mayor together with the elected councillors and district.
The Town Council is composed of a mayor and six councilors who represent the population, determine the Town’s priorities and oversee daily activities and special projects.
The City of Beaconsfield is divided into six electoral districts and six City Councils. A City represented by a mayor elected by all voters and by six councillors elected by the voters of each of the six districts.
The City of Cote-Saint-Luc is administered by a mayor and eight city councillors elected for a four-year period. One city mayor and eight city councils with responsibilities that include public works, traffic, parks and recreation, the environment...
The City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux is represented by a mayor and by eight city councillors, one for each district of the City with, in 2017, 36,207 voters.
The administrative structure of the City of Dorval is extremely well presented. An interesting list of city departments and of the responsibilities of the services offered by the City.
As for the Town of Dorval Island located in the Lac Saint-Louis, the municipal concil is composed of one mayor and one councillor, or so it seems.
One mayor responsible for intergovernmental relations, human resources, agglomeration council and urban planning accmpanied by six councillors and six portfolios.
One mayor to represent the town and its eight districts and eight municipal councillors to represent each electoral district.
Le conseil municipal de la Ville de Montréal-Est est composé d'un maire et de six conseillers/conseillères et de six directions.
The Town’s municipal Council consists of the mayor and 4 councillors who are responsible for establishing the Town policy and annual objectives.
One mayor to defend the interest of the citizens of Mount-Royal and six councillors, one for each district. Among them, three lawyers, one engineer, one dentist and two highly experienced councillors.
A City divided into one mayor, eight districts and eight interesting names such as Le Village, Lakeside, Valois, Cedar Park Heights, Lakeside Heights, Seigniory, Northview, Oneida and a variety of municipal services.
The democratic life in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue consists of one mayor who is also Chairwoman of the Advisory Committee on Urban Planning and six municipal councillors.
Among the councillors three are chairman of, either the Advisory Committee on Environment, the Advisory Committee on Community Development and the Advisory Committee on Traffic and Public Safety.
The Village is represented by its Council and its affairs are administered by its Councillors. A Council composed of one mayor who represents the interests of the municipality and six councillors who represent te interests of each district.
The mayor and eight city councillors form the council and represent the City of Westmount. The Council is the main governing and legislative body of the city. Mayor and Councillors who also sit on various standing committees and municipal organizations.
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