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Montreal City Council

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Montreal City Council

Conseil municipal de Montréal (French)
Seats64 councillors and mayor
Montreal City Council diagram.svg
36 / 65
19 / 65
Équipe Barbe Team
3 / 65
Équipe Anjou
2 / 65
5 / 65
Last election
5 November 2017

The Montreal City Council (French: Conseil municipal de Montréal) is the governing body in the mayor–council government in the city of Montreal, Quebec. The head of the city government in Montreal is the mayor, who is first among equals in the city council. The council is a democratically elected institution and is the final decision-making authority in the city, although much power is centralized in the executive committee. The council consists of 65 members from all boroughs of the city.[1] The council has jurisdiction over many matters, including public security, agreements with other governments, subsidy programs, the environment, urban planning, and a three-year capital expenditure program. The city council is also required to supervise, standardize or approve certain decisions made by the borough councils.

City Hall

  • Shed near Pointe a Callieres 1642 - as town hall
  • Chateau Maisonneuve ??
  • Palais de l’Intendance 1698-1713?
  • Chateau Ramezay 1760-1774
  • Maison Beaujeu (320 Notre Dame)
  • Bonsecours Market - home to city hall and council from 1852 to 1878
  • Old Montreal Courthouse (now Édifice Lucien-Saulnier) 1922-1926, 2019–present
  • Montreal City Hall - 1878-1922; 1926-2019 (closed for renovations until 2022)


Reporting directly to the city council, the executive committee exercises decision-making powers similar to that of the cabinet in a parliamentary system and is responsible for preparing various documents including budgets and by-laws, submitted to the city council for approval. The decision-making powers of the executive committee cover, in particular, the awarding of contracts or grants, the management of human and financial resources, supplies and buildings. It may also be assigned further powers by the city council.

Standing committees are the council's prime instruments for public consultation. They are responsible for the public study of pending matters and for making the appropriate recommendations to the council. They also review the annual budget forecasts for departments under their jurisdiction. A public notice of meeting is published in both French and English daily newspapers at least seven days before each meeting. All meetings include a public question period. The standing committees, of which there are seven, have terms lasting two years. In addition, the city council may decide to create special committees at any time. Each standing committee is made up of seven to nine members, including a chairman and a vice-chairman. The members are all elected municipal officers, with the exception of a representative of the government of Quebec on the public security committee.


The current city council consists of the mayor and 64 elected city councillors, including borough mayors. Unlike most Canadian cities, the city of Montreal has political parties; however, these are not chapters of any federal or provincial political parties, but are standalone entities at the municipal level.

Each borough is divided into between two and five districts, and has a different system of representation depending on its population. Each borough also has a five-member borough council, consisting of the borough mayor, any city councillors, and in certain boroughs additional borough councillors, as follows:

Borough Representation on city council Additional representation on borough council
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough mayor and city councillors for 4 districts None
Anjou Borough mayor and 1 city councillor Borough councillors for 3 districts
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Borough mayor and city councillors for 5 districts None
L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève Borough mayor only Borough councillors for 4 districts
Lachine Borough mayor and 1 city councillor Borough councillors for 3 districts
LaSalle Borough mayor and city councillors for 2 districts Each district elects 2 borough councillors
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Borough mayor and city councillors for 4 districts None
Montréal-Nord Borough mayor and city councillors for 2 districts Each district elects 1 borough councillor
Outremont Borough mayor only Borough councillors for 4 districts
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Borough mayor and city councillors for 2 districts Each district elects 1 borough councillor
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Borough mayor and city councillors for 3 districts Each district elects 1 borough councillor
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles Borough mayor and city councillors for 3 districts Each district elects 1 borough councillor
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie Borough mayor and city councillors for 4 districts None
Saint-Laurent Borough mayor and city councillors for 2 districts Each district elects 1 borough councillor
Saint-Léonard Borough mayor and city councillors for 2 districts Each district elects 1 borough councillor
Le Sud-Ouest Borough mayor and city councillors for 2 districts Each district elects 1 borough councillor
Verdun Borough mayor and city councillors for 2 districts Each district elects 2 borough councillors
Ville-Marie Mayor of Montreal (ex officio borough mayor)
and city councillors for 3 districts
2 city councillors from other boroughs named by the Mayor
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension Borough mayor and city councillors for 4 districts None

Party standings

The most recent election was the 2017 Montreal municipal election,[2] in which Valérie Plante's Projet Montréal won 34 out of 65 available seats. She became the first female mayor of Montréal.

Party standings
  Party Leader Seats as of August 23, 2017 Seats as of November 5, 2017 election Current seats
  Projet Montréal Valérie Plante 19 34 35
  Ensemble Montréal Lionel Perez 36 25 18
  Équipe Barbe Team Manon Barbe 2 3 3
  Équipe Anjou Luis Miranda 2 2 2
  Coalition Montréal Marvin Rotrand 1 1 0
  Vrai changement pour Montréal Justine McIntyre 2 0 0
  Équipe Dauphin Lachine Claude Dauphin 1 0 0
  Independent 2 0 6

Changes since November 5, 2017 election

Current members

Borough Position Party Name Location
Ville-Marie Mayor of Montreal PM  PlanteValérie Plante C
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough mayor PM  ThuillierÉmilie Thuillier NW
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Councillor, Ahuntsic PM  GouletNathalie Goulet NW
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Councillor, Bordeaux-Cartierville EDC  GiannouEffie Giannou NW
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Councillor, Saint-Sulpice Ind.  ParizeauHadrien Parizeau NW
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Councillor, Sault-au-Récollet PM  NormandJérôme Normand NW
Anjou Borough mayor EA  MirandaLuis Miranda NE
Anjou Councillor EA  HenaultAndrée Hénault NE
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Borough mayor PM  MontgomerySue Montgomery C
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Councillor, Côte-des-Neiges PM  PopeanuMagda Popeanu C
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Councillor, Darlington EDC  PerezLionel Perez C
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Councillor, Loyola PM  ArseneaultChristian Arseneault C
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Councillor, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce PM  McQueenPeter McQueen C
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Councillor, Snowdon Ind.  RotrandMarvin Rotrand C
L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève Borough mayor PM  MarinacciNormand Marinacci NW
Lachine Borough mayor PM  VodanovicMaja Vodanovic S
Lachine Councillor PM  RouleauMicheline Rouleau S
LaSalle Borough mayor EB  BarbeManon Barbe S
LaSalle Councillor, Cecil-P.-Newman EB  ZaracLise Zarac S
LaSalle Councillor, Sault-Saint-Louis EB  DeschampsRichard Deschamps S
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Borough mayor PM  LessardPierre Lessard-Blais E
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Councillor, Hochelaga PM  CaldwellÉric Alan Caldwell E
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Councillor, Louis-Riel EDC  Boivin RoyKarine Boivin Roy E
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Councillor, Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe PM  LalondeLaurence Lavigne Lalonde E
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Councillor, Tétreaultville PM  MironSuzie Miron E
Montréal-Nord Borough mayor EDC  BlackChristine Black NE
Montréal-Nord Councillor, Marie-Clarac EDC  SariAbdelhaq Sari NE
Montréal-Nord Councillor, Ovide-Clermont EDC  RossiChantal Rossi NE
Outremont Borough mayor PM  TomlinsonPhilipe Tomlinson C
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Borough mayor EDC  BeisDimitrios Jim Beis NW
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Councillor, Bois-de-Liesse EDC  LangevinBenoit Langevin NW
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Councillor, Cap-Saint-Jacques EDC  Clément-TalbotCatherine Clément-Talbot NW
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Borough mayor PM  RabouinLuc Rabouin C
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Councillor, De Lorimier PM  GiguèreMarianne Giguère C
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Councillor, Jeanne-Mance PM  NorrisAlex Norris C
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Councillor, Mile-End PM  RyanRichard Ryan C
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles Borough mayor PM  BourgeoisCaroline Bourgeois NE
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles Councillor, La Pointe-aux-Prairies EDC  GuayRichard Guay NE
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles Councillor, Pointe-aux-Trembles EDC  DecarieSuzanne Décarie NE
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles Councillor, Rivière-des-Prairies Ind.  RapanaGiovanni Rapanà NE
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie Borough mayor PM  CroteauFrançois Croteau E
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie Councillor, Etienne-DesmarteauCouncillor, Étienne-Desmarteau PM  WattStéphanie Watt E
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie Councillor, Marie-Victorin PM  PauzeJocelyn Pauzé E
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie Councillor, Saint-Édouard PM  LimogesFrançois Limoges E
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie Councillor, Vieux-Rosemont PM  GosselinChristine Gosselin E
Saint-Laurent Borough mayor EDC  DeSousaAlan DeSousa NW
Saint-Laurent Councillor, Côte-de-Liesse EDC  MieleFrancesco Miele NW
Saint-Laurent Councillor, Norman-McLaren EDC  SalemAref Salem NW
Saint-Léonard Borough mayor EDC  BissonnetMichel Bissonnet NE
Saint-Léonard Councillor, Saint-Léonard-Ouest EDC  PerriDominic Perri NE
Le Sud-Ouest Borough mayor PM  DoraisBenoit Dorais S
Le Sud-Ouest Councillor, Saint-Henri-Est–
PM  SauveCraig Sauvé S
Le Sud-Ouest Councillor, Saint-PaulÉmardSaint-Henri-Ouest PM  SigouinAnne-Marie Sigouin S
Verdun Borough mayor Ind.  ParenteauJean-François Parenteau S
Verdun Councillor, Champlain–L'Île-des-Sœurs PM  ParentMarie-Josée Parent S
Verdun Councillor, Desmarchais-Crawford PM  DowneySterling Downey S
Ville-Marie Councillor, Peter-McGill PM  WongCathy Wong C
Ville-Marie Councillor, Saint-Jacques PM  BeaudryRobert Beaudry C
Ville-Marie Councillor, Sainte-Marie PM  MauzerolleSophie Mauzerolle C
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension Borough mayor Ind.  FumagalliGiuliana Fumagalli E
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension Councillor, François-Perrault PM  OuelletSylvain Ouellet E
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension Councillor, Parc-Extension EDC  DerosMary Deros E
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension Councillor, Saint-Michel EDC  CorvilJosué Corvil E
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension Councillor, Villeray PM  FilatoRosannie Filato E

See the members of the Montreal Executive Committee


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