Le Sud-Ouest Electoral Profile

The borough of Le Sud-Ouest 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.

Le Sud-Ouest Electoral Map

Le Sud-Ouest two (2) electoral districts

  1. Saint-Henri-Est-Petite-Bourgogne-Pointe-Saint-Charles-Griffintown
  2. Saint-Paul-Émard-Saint-Henri-Ouest and a total of 54,562 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 two (2) electoral districts
  • one (1) borough Councillor for each of the two (2) electoral districts

Le Sud-Ouest Electoral Profile - 
Montreal Master Plan - Synthesis of Actions - Part 1

  • Ensure proper maintenance of residential buildings and the adaptation of the housing stock
  • Design public and private green spaces that enrich living environments
  • Promote the consolidation of the City’s most dynamic commercial streets, strips and centres
  • Improve community services by maintaining or establishing local public or institutional facilities in living environments
  • Stimulate housing construction on suitable vacant land
  • Support the conversion to residential purposes of areas and buildings now fulfilling other roles
  • Facilitate travel between different areas of the City by establishing new public transportation services
  • Promote urban development that favours the use of public transportation
  • Strategically connect areas of the City by completing the road network
  • Complete the City-wide bikeway network to provide access to activity areas and public transportation infrastructure
  • Promote urban development and the use of public transportation and bicycles by taking action on the supply of parking
  • Improve accessibility and service for major freight transportation generators
  • Consolidate the Ville-Marie Business District
  • Strengthen the retail vitality of Ville-Marie
  • Ensure and promote the presence of major academic and health care institutions in Ville-Marie
  • Develop the tourism potential in Ville-Marie
  • Increase the cultural outreach in Ville-Marie
  • Ensure the quality of established living environments
  • Consolidate the residential function in Ville-Marie
  • Foster the fulfillment of the residential function in Ville-Marie
  • Ensure high-quality architecture and design in Ville-Marie
  • Develop the unbuilt lots in Ville-Marie
  • Guide the development of the indoor pedestrian network
  • Reinforce or improve the character of some key roadways in Ville-Marie
  • Support the development of quality employment areas
  • Promote the densification and redevelopment of business and retail areas 
  • Develop new sites for employment purposes by reconfiguring the road network
  • Redevelop large abandoned sites in order to prepare them for new economic activities
  • Support the transformation of the employment structure within the existing industrial fabric
  • Convert, to a mixed-use function, changing industrial sites that could be integrated into the residential fabric

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Le Sud-Ouest Electoral Profile by Rachel Louise Barry


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