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Gatineau City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gatineau City Council

Le conseil municipal de Gatineau
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin, Action Gatineau
Structure
Seats18 councillors and mayor
Action Gatineau
7 / 19
12 / 19
Elections
Last election
November 5, 2017
Website
www.ville.gatineau.qc.ca

The Gatineau Municipal Council (in French: Le conseil municipal de Gatineau) is the governing body for the mayor–council government in the city of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. It is composed of 18 city councillors and the mayor. The mayor is elected at large, while each of the councillors represent districts throughout the city. Council members are elected to four year terms with the last election being the 2017 election.

Members (2017-2021)

See 2017 Gatineau municipal election
Name Party District
  Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin Action Gatineau Mayor
     Audrey Bureau Independent Aylmer (1)
     Gilles Chagnon Independent Lucerne (2)
     Mike Duggan Independent Deschênes (3)
  Maude Marquis-Bissonnette Action Gatineau Plateau (4)
     Jocelyn Blondin Independent Manoir-des-Trembles-Val-Tétreau (5)
  Isabelle N. Miron Action Gatineau Orée-du-Parc (6)
     Louise Boudrias Independent Parc-de-la-Montagne-Saint-Raymond (7)
  Cédric Tessier Action Gatineau Hull-Wright (8)
  Renée Amyot Action Gatineau Limbour (9)
     Nathalie Lemieux Independent Touraine (10)
  Myriam Nadeau Action Gatineau Pointe-Gatineau (11)
     Gilles Carpentier Independent Carrefour-de-l'Hôpital (12)
     Daniel Champagne Independent Versant (13)
     Pierre Lanthier Independent Bellevue (14)
     Jean-François LeBlanc Independent Lac-Beauchamp (15)
     Jean Lessard Independent Rivière-Blanche (16)
     Marc Carrière Independent Masson-Angers (17)
  Martin Lajeunesse Action Gatineau Buckingham (18)

Members (2013-2017)

See 2013 Gatineau municipal election
Name Party District
  Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin Action Gatineau Mayor
     Josée Lacasse Independent Aylmer (1)
     Mike Duggan Independent Lucerne (2)
  Richard M. Bégin Action Gatineau Deschênes (3)
     Maxime Tremblay Independent Plateau (4)
     Jocelyn Blondin Independent Manoir-des-Trembles-Val-Tétreau (5)
  Mireille Apollon Action Gatineau Orée-du-Parc (6)
     Louise Boudrias Independent Parc-de-la-Montagne-Saint-Raymond (7)
     Denise Laferrière Independent Hull-Wright (8)
     Cédric Tessier Independent Limbour (9)
     Denis Tassé Independent Touraine (10)
  Myriam Nadeau Action Gatineau Pointe-Gatineau (11)
     Gilles Carpentier Independent Carrefour-de-l'Hôpital (12)
     Daniel Champagne Independent Versant (13)
     Sylvie Goneau Independent Bellevue (14)
     Stéphane Lauzon (until October 19, 2015) Independent Lac-Beauchamp (15)
     Jean-François Leblanc (since March 7, 2016) Independent Lac-Beauchamp (15)
     Jean Lessard Independent Rivière-Blanche (16)
     Marc Carrière Independent Masson-Angers (17)
  Martin Lajeunesse Action Gatineau Buckingham (18)

Members (2009-2013)

See: 2009 Gatineau municipal election

Members (2005-2009)

Former members

  • Yves Ducharme, Mayor, (2001–2005), defeated in last election
  • André Levac - District 1, District of Aylmer (2001–2005), defeated in last elections
  • Alain Labonté - District 2, District of Lucerne (2001–2005), did not run in 2005
  • André Touchet - District 3, District of Deschênes (2001–2003), deceased in 2003
  • Richard Jennings - District 3, District of Deschênes (2003–2005), did not run in 2005
  • Lawrence Cannon - District 4, District of Val-Tétreau (2001–2005), run successfully in federal election in 2006
  • Thérèse Cyr - District 10, District of Riverains (2001–2005), retired - did not run in 2005
  • Paul Morin - District 11, District of Promenades (2001–2005), defeated in last election

Members (1999-2001)

(Pre-amalgamated city of Gatineau)

External links

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