2021 Montreal municipal election

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2021 Montreal municipal election

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65 seats in the Montreal City Council
33 seats needed for a majority
Turnout38.32%
  First party Second party Third party
  2016-09-20 Valerie Plante (cropped).jpg Denis Coderre 2011.jpg Bala H Web.jpg
Leader Valérie Plante Denis Coderre Balarama Holness
Party Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal
Leader since December 4, 2016 April 7, 2021[1] May 20, 2021
Leader's seat Mayor
(co-candidate won in Sainte-Marie)
(won in Ovide-Clermont; ceded election to co-candidate)[2] Lost election in Peter-McGill
Last election 34 seats, 51.42% 25 seats, 45.66% 0
Seats won 37 23 0
Seat change Increase3 Decrease2
Popular vote 217,986 158,751 30,235
Percentage 52.14% 37.97% 7.23%
Swing Increase0.72% Decrease7.69%

Mayor before election

Valérie Plante
Projet Montréal

Elected Mayor

Valérie Plante
Projet Montréal

Municipal elections were held in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada on November 7, 2021,[3] as part of the 2021 Quebec municipal elections. Voters elected 103 representatives in a first-past-the-post electoral system. The general election decides the majority composition of the city council and each of the 19 borough councils. The newly elected mayor appoints 2 city councillors for the Ville-Marie borough.[4] In total, 18 borough mayors, 46 city councillors and 38 borough councillors were elected.

Since the previous election, the number of registered political parties has increased, including a number of borough-specific parties.[5]

Political parties[edit]

Registered political parties of Montreal[6]
  Party Leader
Action Montréal - Équipe Gilbert Thibodeau Gilbert Thibodeau
Citoyen.ne.s Outremont Marc Poulin
Courage - Équipe Sue Montgomery Sue Montgomery
Engagement pour Montréal Félix-Antoine Joli-Coeur
Ensemble Montréal - Équipe Denis Coderre Denis Coderre
Équipe Anjou Luis Miranda
Équipe CDN - NDG / Team CDN - NDG Alexander Montagano
Équipe LaSalle Team Nancy Blanchet
Équité Montréal - Équipe Cloutier Jean-François Cloutier
Montréal 2021 Luc Ménard
Mouvement Montréal Balarama Holness
Parti Outremont Jean-Marc Corbeil
Projet Montréal - Équipe Valérie Plante Valérie Plante (Incumbent)
Quartiers Montréal Giuliana Fumagalli
Ralliement pour Montréal Marc-Antoine Desjardins
Vrai Changement Montréal Justine McIntyre

Timeline[edit]

2017[edit]

  • November 20 - Jean-François Parenteau, borough mayor of Verdun, leaves Équipe Denis Coderre to sit as an independent, upon taking a position on the executive council.[7]

2018[edit]

2019[edit]

  • January 11 - Marvin Rotrand, city councillor for Snowdon, the only member of Coalition Montréal on the council, announces that he will sit as an independent.[15]
  • March 27 - Lynne Shand, borough councillor for the district of Anjou West, is expelled from Équipe Anjou and sits as an independent.
  • April 9 - Cathy Wong, speaker of the city council and city councillor for the district of Peter-McGill, leaves Ensemble Montréal and sits as an independent.[16]
  • May 14 - Luc Ferrandez, borough mayor of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, resigns.[17]
  • October 3 - Cathy Wong, speaker of the city council and city councillor for the district of Peter-McGill, sitting as an independent, joins Projet Montréal.[18]
  • October 7 - Luc Rabouin of Projet Montréal is elected in a by-election to serve as borough mayor of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, succeeding Luc Ferrandez.[19]
  • October 21 - Patricia Lattanzio, city councillor for the district of Saint-Léonard-Est, leaves the city council upon being elected to the House of Commons of Canada.

2020[edit]

  • January 24 - Sue Montgomery, borough mayor of Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, is expelled from the Projet Montréal caucus after refusing to fire a member of her staff that had been accused of psychological harassment. She sits as an independent.[20]
  • October 23 - Julie-Pascale Provost, borough councillor for the district of Du Canal, is expelled from Projet Montréal and sits as an independent.
  • December 9 - Christian Arseneault, city councillor for the district of Loyola, leaves Projet Montréal and sits as an independent.
  • December 17 - Christine Gosselin, city councillor for the district of Vieux-Rosemont, leaves Projet Montréal and sits as an independent.

2021[edit]

  • March 11 - Sue Montgomery, borough mayor of Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, sitting as an independent, creates a new party, Courage - Équipe Sue Montgomery.[22]
  • March 17 - Jean-Marc Corbeil, borough councillor for the district of Robert-Bourassa, is expelled from Ensemble Montréal and sits as an independent.
  • April 21 - Hadrien Parizeau, city councillor for the district of Saint-Sulpice, sitting as an independent, rejoins Ensemble Montréal.
  • June 4 - Julie-Pascale Provost, borough councillor for the district of Du Canal, sitting as an independent, joins Ensemble Montréal.
  • June 16 - Marvin Rotrand, city councillor for the district of Snowdon, sitting as an independent, joins Ensemble Montréal.
  • June 18 - Giovanni Rapanà, city councillor for the district of Rivière-des-Prairies, sitting as an independent, rejoins Ensemble Montréal.
  • June 23 - Citoyen.ne.s Outremont allies with Ensemble Montréal.[23]
  • July 12 - Équité Montréal allies with Ralliement pour Montréal.[24]
  • July 13 - Véronique Tremblay, borough councillor for the district of Champlain–L'Île-des-Sœurs, leaves Ensemble Montréal to join Projet Montréal.
  • August 10 - Robert Samoszewski, borough councillor for the district of Jacques-Bizard, leaves Projet Montréal to join Mouvement Montréal.
  • August 16 - Christian Arseneault, city councillor for the district of Loyola, announces his resignation.[25]
  • September 14 - Équipe Anjou allies with Ensemble Montréal.[26]
  • September 17 - Official beginning of the electoral campaign
  • September 30 - Ralliement pour Montréal merges with Mouvement Montréal.
  • October 1 - Last day of the nomination period: 347 candidates are confirmed by Élections Montréal.[27]
  • October 4 - Outremont borough councillor candidate Katchik Ebruchumian withdraws candidacy.
  • October 13 - Verdun borough councillor candidate Jean-Pierre Boivin leaves Mouvement Montréal.[28]
  • October 15 - Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie city councillor candidate Marc-André Bahl and Verdun borough councillor candidate Jean-Pierre Boivin are expelled from Mouvement Montréal and lose candidacies.
  • October 19 - Marc-Antoine Desjardins, leader of Ralliement pour Montréal, announces dropping out of the race for Outremont mayor.[29]
  • October 23 - Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve city councillor candidates Jean-Philippe Martin and Sylvain Medzalabenleth withdraw candidacies.
  • October 23 - French mayoral debate opposing Valérie Plante, Denis Coderre and Balarama Holness on LCN
  • October 25 - French mayoral debate opposing Valérie Plante and Denis Coderre on ICI Télé and ICI RDI
  • October 26 - Outremont borough councillor candidate Dan Kraft withdraws candidacy.[30]
  • October 28 - English mayoral debate opposing Valérie Plante, Denis Coderre and Balarama Holness
  • October 30 and 31 - Advance poll with a turnout of 12.9% of the registered electors
  • November 4 - Craig Sauvé, city councillor for the district of Saint-Henri-Est–Petite-Bourgogne–Pointe-Saint-Charles–Griffintown, withdraws as a Projet Montréal candidate. His party affiliation continues to be listed on the ballot as Projet Montréal but he announces that if elected he will sit as an independent.[31]

Incumbents not running for re-election[edit]

Borough Electoral District Position Incumbent Political Party
Anjou West Borough councillor Lynne Shand Independent
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Snowdon City councillor Marvin Rotrand[32] Ensemble Montréal
L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève Denis-Benjamin-Viger Borough councillor Christian Larocque[33]  Projet Montréal
Pierre-Foretier Borough councillor Yves Sarault[33]  Projet Montréal
Lachine Du Canal Borough councillor Julie-Pascale Provost[34]  Ensemble Montréal
LaSalle Borough mayor Manon Barbe[35]  Équipe LaSalle Team
Cecil-P.-Newman City councillor Lise Zarac[36] Équipe LaSalle Team
Borough councillor Serge Declos[36] Équipe LaSalle Team
Montréal-Nord Ovide-Clermont Borough councillor Renée-Chantal Belinga[37] Independent
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Cap-Saint-Jacques Borough councillor Yves Gignac[38] Ensemble Montréal
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Mile-End City councillor Richard Ryan[39] Projet Montréal
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles La Pointe-aux-Prairies City councillor Richard Guay[40] Ensemble Montréal
Pointe-aux-Trembles City councillor Suzanne Décarie[41] Ensemble Montréal
Borough councillor Gilles Déziel Ensemble Montréal
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie Borough mayor François William Croteau[42] Projet Montréal
Étienne-Desmarteau City councillor Stéphanie Watt[43] Projet Montréal
Vieux-Rosemont City councillor Christine Gosselin[39] Independent
Saint-Laurent Côte-de-Liesse City councillor Francesco Miele[44] Ensemble Montréal
Norman-McLaren Borough councillor Michèle D. Biron[45] Ensemble Montréal
Le Sud-Ouest Saint-Henri-Est–Petite-Bourgogne–Pointe-Saint-Charles–Griffintown Borough councillor Sophie Thiébaut[39] Projet Montréal
Verdun Borough mayor Jean-François Parenteau[46] Independent
Champlain–L'Île-des-Sœurs City councillor Marie-Josée Parent[47] Projet Montréal
Borough councillor Pierre L'Heureux[48] Independent
Desmarchais-Crawford Borough councillor Luc Gagnon[47] Projet Montréal
Ville-Marie Peter-McGill City councillor Cathy Wong[49] Projet Montréal
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension Villeray City councillor Rosannie Filato[50] Projet Montréal

Mayoral opinion polling[edit]

Dates Valérie
Plante
Denis
Coderre
Balarama
Holness
Other Undecided Polling firm Sample
size
MoE Polling
method
November 6–7, 2021 51.2% 37.3% 7.1% 2.6% 1.8% Final result[51] 425 766 N/A in-person
November 3–4, 2021 40% 35% 13% 4% 9% Léger[52] 515 ± 4.3% online
November 2–4, 2021 46% 40% 5% 2% 7% Mainstreet Research[53] 850 ± 3% online
October 21–26, 2021 36% 36% 12% 6% 9% Léger[54] 600 N/A online
October 9–16, 2021 25% 26% 5% 4% 27% CROP[55] 1 043 N/A hybrid
September 27–30, 2021 36% 35% 10% 6% 13% Léger[56] 1 001 N/A online
September 14–19, 2021 36% 37% 8% 5% 14% Léger[57] 500 N/A online
August 13–24, 2021 27% 34% 9% 11% 19% CROP[58] 1 000 N/A online
May 19–20, 2021 29% 39% N/A 16% 16% Léger[59] 500 ± 4.4% online
March 26–29, 2021 24% 29% N/A 10% 37% SOM[60] 1 070 ± 3.6% online
March 20–23, 2021 24% 40% N/A 11% 25% Mainstreet
Research
[61]
2 313 N/A online
November 4, 2020 20% 32% N/A 21% 27% Léger[62] 501 ± 4.4% online
August 20–26, 2020 23% 28% N/A 18% 31% CROP[63] 1 200 N/A online
November 5, 2017 50.2% 44.6% N/A 2.8% 2.4% Previous result 485 635 N/A in-person

Results[edit]

Much as with the 2017 Montreal municipal election, early polls were promising for former mayor Denis Coderre, now challenging incumbent mayor Valérie Plante. Despite these, and despite ongoing polling placing the two neck-and-neck, Plante ultimately won the mayoralty with 51.2% of the vote compared to 37.3% for Coderre.

Pending recounts, Projet Montréal also increased its seat total on city council from 34 after the last election to 37 after this one. Projet Montréal won unanimous control of five borough councils and majorities on six more. Ensemble Montréal won unanimous control of five borough councils and majorities on one more. The two remaining boroughs, Anjou and LaSalle, were won unanimously by local parties, Équipe Anjou and Équipe LaSalle Team respectively, the same as last election.

Following his defeat, Denis Coderre announced he would once more resign from political life, leaving his city council seat to his co-candidate[64] Chantal Rossi.[2] On November 16, Aref Salem, councillor for Norman-McLaren district, was announced as interim leader of Ensemble Montréal.[65]

Despite a prominent campaign, Balarama Holness's Mouvement Montréal party failed to win any seats.

Recounts[edit]

There were six requests for judicial recounts.[66]

Borough Position Preliminary result Preliminary margin Final result Final margin
Côte-des-Neiges–
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Borough mayor   Gracia Kasoki Katahwa (Projet) 212   Gracia Kasoki Katahwa (Projet)
confirmed
161[67]
City councillor
Loyola
  Despina Sourias (Projet) 97   Despina Sourias (Projet)
confirmed
101[68]
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve City councillor
Tétreaultville
  Julien Hénault-Ratelle (Ensemble) 42   Julien Hénault-Ratelle (Ensemble)
confirmed
55
Outremont Borough mayor   Laurent Desbois (Ensemble) 23   Laurent Desbois (Ensemble)
confirmed
31
Rivière-des-Prairies–
Pointe-aux-Trembles
Borough mayor   Caroline Bourgeois (Projet) 303   Caroline Bourgeois (Projet)
confirmed
135
City councillor
La Pointe-aux-Prairies
  Lisa Christensen (Projet) 13   Lisa Christensen (Projet)
confirmed
13[67]

Seat totals[edit]

Pending recounts, the parties won the following seats:

Position Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Équipe LaSalle Team Équipe Anjou
Mayor of Montreal 1 0 0 0
Borough mayor 10 6 1 1
City councillor 26[69] 17 2 1
City council total 37 23 3 2
Borough councillor 16 15 4 3
Total seats 53 38 7 5

Composition of city and borough councils[edit]

Depending on their borough, Montrealers voted for:

  • Mayor of Montreal
  • Borough mayor, who is also a city councillor and borough councillor
    • Ville-Marie: No borough mayor election; the mayor of Montreal is ex officio borough mayor
  • One city councillor per district, who is also a borough councillor. Exceptions:
  • Zero, one, or two additional borough councillors per district
Borough District
City Councillors Borough Councillor Borough Councillor
Borough Mayor City Councillor
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Ahuntsic   Émilie Thuillier   Nathalie Goulet  
Bordeaux-Cartierville   Effie Giannou  
Saint-Sulpice   Julie Roy  
Sault-au-Récollet   Jérôme Normand  
Anjou Centre   Luis Miranda   Andrée Hénault   Kristine Marsolais  
East   Richard Leblanc  
West   Marie-Josée Dubé  
Côte-des-Neiges–
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Côte-des-Neiges   Gracia Kasoki Katahwa   Magda Popeanu  
Darlington   Stephanie Valenzuela  
Loyola   Despina Sourias  
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce   Peter McQueen  
Snowdon   Sonny Moroz  
L'Île-Bizard–
Sainte-Geneviève
Denis-Benjamin-Viger   Stéphane Côté     Alain Wilson  
Jacques-Bizard     Richard Bélanger  
Pierre-Foretier     Danielle Myrand  
Sainte-Geneviève     Suzanne Marceau  
Lachine Du Canal   Maja Vodanovic   Vicki Grondin   Micheline Rouleau  
Fort-Rolland   Michèle Flannery  
J.-Émery-Provost   Younes Boukala  
LaSalle Cecil-P.-Newman   Nancy Blanchet   Laura Palestini   Michel Noël   Josée Troilo
Sault-Saint-Louis   Richard Deschamps   Daniela Romano   Benoit Auger
Mercier–
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Hochelaga   Pierre Lessard-Blais   Éric Alan Caldwell  
Louis-Riel   Alba Zuniga Ramos  
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe   Alia Hassan-Cournol  
Tétreaultville   Julien Hénault-Ratelle  
Montréal-Nord Marie-Clarac   Christine Black   Abdelhaq Sari   Jean Marc Poirier  
Ovide-Clermont   Chantal Rossi   Philippe Thermidor  
Outremont Claude-Ryan   Laurent Desbois     Mindy Pollak  
Jeanne-Sauvé     Caroline Braun  
Joseph-Beaubien     Valérie Patreau  
Robert-Bourassa     Marie Potvin  
Pierrefonds-Roxboro Bois-de-Liesse   Dimitrios (Jim) Beis   Benoit Langevin   Louise Leroux  
Cap-Saint-Jacques   Catherine Clément-Talbot   Chahi (Sharkie) Tarakjian  
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal De Lorimier   Luc Rabouin   Marianne Giguère   Laurence Parent  
Jeanne-Mance   Alex Norris   Maeva Vilain  
Mile-End   Marie Plourde   Marie Sterlin  
Rivière-des-Prairies–
Pointe-aux-Trembles
La Pointe-aux-Prairies   Caroline Bourgeois   Lisa Christensen   Daphney Colin  
Pointe-aux-Trembles   Virginie Journeau   Marie-Claude Baril  
Rivière-des-Prairies   Giovanni Rapanà   Nathalie Pierre-Antoine  
Rosemont–
La Petite-Patrie
Étienne-Desmarteau   François Limoges   Ericka Alneus  
Marie-Victorin   Jocelyn Pauzé  
Saint-Édouard   Josefina Blanco  
Vieux-Rosemont   Dominique Ollivier  
Saint-Laurent Côte-de-Liesse   Alan DeSousa   Vana Nazarian   Jacques Cohen  
Norman-McLaren   Aref Salem   Annie Gagnier  
Saint-Léonard Saint-Léonard-Est   Michel Bissonnet   Angela Gentile   Arij El Korbi  
Saint-Léonard-Ouest   Dominic Perri   Suzanne De Larochellière  
Le Sud-Ouest Saint-Henri-Est–Petite-Bourgogne–
Pointe-Saint-Charles-Griffintown
  Benoit Dorais   Craig Sauvé[69]   Tan Shan Li  
Saint-Paul–Émard–
Saint-Henri-Ouest
  Alain Vaillancourt   Anne-Marie Sigouin  
Verdun Champlain–L'Île-des-Sœurs   Marie-Andrée Mauger   Véronique Tremblay   Céline-Audrey Beauregard   Enrique Machado
Desmarchais-Crawford   Sterling Downey   Benoit Gratton   Kaïla A. Munro
Ville-Marie Peter-McGill (Mayor of
Montreal)
  Serge Sasseville  
Saint-Jacques   Robert Beaudry  
Sainte-Marie   Sophie Mauzerolle  
Villeray–Saint-Michel–
Parc-Extension
François-Perrault   Laurence Lavigne Lalonde   Sylvain Ouellet  
Parc-Extension   Mary Deros  
Saint-Michel   Josué Corvil  
Villeray   Martine Musau Muele  

Seat-by-seat results[edit]

Mayoral election[edit]

2021 Montreal municipal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Projet Montréal Valérie Plante 217,986 52.14 +0.72
Ensemble Montréal Denis Coderre 158,751 37.97 -7.69
Mouvement Montréal Balarama Holness[70] 30,235 7.23
Action Montréal Gilbert Thibodeau 4,327 1.03 +0.68
Independent Beverly Bernardo 1,760 0.42
Montréal 2021 Luc Ménard 1,666 0.40
Independent Jean Duval 1,129 0.27
Independent Fang Hu 1,035 0.25
Independent Dimitri Mourkes 841 0.20
Independent Widler Jules 349 0.08
Total valid votes 418,079 98.19
Total rejected ballots 7,687 1.81 -0.59
Turnout 425,766 38.32 -4.15
Eligible voters 1,111,100
Projet Montréal hold Swing +4.21
Source: Elections Montreal[71]

Ahuntsic-Cartierville[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal Independent
85,647 Borough mayor 42.27%   Émilie Thuillier
19,873 (56.31%)
Chantal Huot
13,505 (38.27%)
Kassandre Chéry Théodat
1,912 (5.42%)
  Émilie Thuillier
Ahuntsic 21,532 City councillor 48.45%   Nathalie Goulet
6,781 (66.43%)
Yves Normandin
3,110 (30.47%)
Éric Lessard
316 (3.14%)
  Nathalie Goulet
Bordeaux-Cartierville 20,899 City councillor 32.92% Anne-Marie Kabongo
2,468 (36.72%)
  Effie Giannou
3,436 (51.12%)
Jean David Prophète
373 (5.55%)
Rana Atie
445 (6.62%)
  Effie Giannou
Saint-Sulpice 23,353 City councillor 40.47%   Julie Roy
4,609 (49.96%)
Hadrien Parizeau
4,094 (44.37%)
Briana McCarthy
523 (5.67%)
  Hadrien Parizeau
Sault-au-Récollet 19,863 City councillor 47.92%   Jérôme Normand
5,447 (58.61%)
Gaetana Colella
3,388 (36.46%)
Dimitrios Tomaras
457 (4.92%)
  Jérôme Normand

Anjou[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Équipe Anjou Mouvement Montréal
28,673 Borough mayor 40.29% Kettly Beauregard
2,732 (24.49%)
  Luis Miranda
7,857 (70.42%)
Wassim Meradi
568 (5.09%)
  Luis Miranda
City councillor 40.25% François Plourde
3,084 (27.72%)
  Andrée Hénault
7,544 (67.81%)
Marc II Réjouis
497 (4.47%)
  Andrée Hénault
Centre 10,653 Borough councillor 40.98% Kadri Shérifi
1,115 (27.04%)
  Kristine Marsolais
3,009 (72.96%)
  Kristine Marsolais
East 8,513 Borough councillor 38.67% Claudia Servant
994 (31.47%)
  Richard Leblanc
2,165 (68.53%)
  Richard Leblanc
West 9,507 Borough councillor 40.69% Houda Ouraghi
962 (26.13%)
  Marie-Josée Dubé
2,719 (73.87%)
  Lynne Shand

Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Courage Mouvement Montréal Team CDN - NDG Other
94,935 Borough mayor 34.24%   Gracia Kasoki Katahwa
11,964 (37.56%)
Lionel Perez
11,803 (37.06%)
Sue Montgomery
3,115 (9.78%)
Matthew Kerr
3,569 (11.21%)
Alexander Montagano
1,135 (3.56%)
Neal Mukherjee (Action Montréal)
263 (0.83%)
  Sue Montgomery
Côte-des-Neiges 16,556 City councillor 34.71%   Magda Popeanu
3,112 (55.29%)
Dimitra Kostarides
1,466 (26.04%)
Patrice Cesar
505 (8.97%)
Rita Ikhouane
435 (7.73%)
Snowdon Romeo
111 (1.97%)
  Magda Popeanu
Darlington 16,846 City councillor 28.25% Jérémie Alarco
1,231 (26.55%)
  Stephanie Valenzuela
2,715 (58.56%)
Sabine Monpierre
179 (3.86%)
Rosemarie McPherson
351 (7.57%)
Kamala Thevi Jegatheeswaran
160 (3.45%)
  Lionel Perez
Loyola 20,952 City councillor 35.49%   Despina Sourias
2,205 (30.23%)
Gabriel Retta
2,104 (28.85%)
Annalisa Harris[72]
700 (9.60%)
Joel DeBellefeuille
1,123 (15.40%)
Gianpaolo Trani
370 (5.08%)
Joe Ortona (Ind.)
708 (9.71%)
Dora Caroline Orchard (Action Montréal)
84 (1.15%)
Vacant
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 21,074 City councillor 41.46%   Peter McQueen
5,022 (58.16%)
Ashley Thornton
1,601 (18.54%)
Louise Kold-Taylor
831 (9.62%)
Luciana Arantes
950 (11.00%)
David Handelman
231 (2.68%)
  Peter McQueen
Snowdon 19,507 City councillor 29.95% Victor Armony
1,814 (31.68%)
  Sonny Moroz
2,682 (46.84%)
France Stohner
390 (6.81%)
Mauro Peña
680 (11.88%)
Madeleine Soos
160 (2.79%)
  Marvin Rotrand

L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal
13,679 Borough mayor 49.00% Normand Marinacci
2,226 (33.93%)
  Stéphane Côté
3,150 (48.01%)
Susan Kennerknecht Bastien
1,185 (18.06%)
  Normand Marinacci
Denis-Benjamin-Viger 3,724 Borough councillor 53.87% Stephanie Soussamian
775 (39.38%)
  Alain Wilson
877 (44.56%)
Manal Soujaa
316 (16.06%)
  Christian Larocque
Jacques-Bizard 3,288 Borough councillor 48.66% Geneviève Delisle
499 (31.72%)
  Richard Bélanger
735 (46.73%)
Robert Samoszewski
339 (21.55%)
  Robert Samoszewski
Pierre-Foretier 4,191 Borough councillor 51.63% Maxime Deshaies
830 (39.26%)
  Danielle Myrand
1,018 (48.16%)
Claudio Onorati
266 (12.58%)
  Yves Sarault
Sainte-Geneviève 2,476 Borough councillor 36.59% Fadima Touré-Diallo
335 (38.46%)
  Suzanne Marceau
376 (43.17%)
Caroline Arslanian
160 (18.37%)
  Suzanne Marceau

Lachine[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal Independent
31,168 Borough mayor 39.24%   Maja Vodanovic
7,377 (62.21%)
Josée Côté
4,482 (37.79%)
  Maja Vodanovic
City councillor 39.44%   Vicki Grondin
6,395 (53.33%)
Denis Boucher
4,537 (37.83%)
Nadine Chalati
1,060 (8.84%)
  Micheline Rouleau
Du Canal 11,351 Borough councillor 34.89%   Micheline Rouleau
1,972 (51.05%)
Lise Poulin
1,462 (37.85%)
Curren Dewan
270 (6.99%)
Jean-Ricardo André
89 (2.30%)
André Lavigne
70 (1.81%)
  Julie-Pascale Provost
Fort-Rolland 10,074 Borough councillor 51.56%   Michèle Flannery
3,268 (64.75%)
Simon Masella
1,779 (35.25%)
  Michèle Flannery
J.-Émery-Provost 9,743 Borough councillor 31.74%   Younes Boukala
1,709 (57.50%)
Kymberley Simonyik
1,263 (42.50%)
  Younes Boukala

LaSalle[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal LaSalle Team Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal
51,813 Borough mayor 30.87% Jean-François Lefebvre
3,127 (20.08%)
Steven Laperrière
3,163 (20.31%)
  Nancy Blanchet
7,508 (48.21%)
Theodros Wolde
1,274 (8.18%)
Francisco Moreno
502 (3.22%)
  Manon Barbe
Cecil-P.-Newman 25,331 City councillor 27.41% Anila Erindi
1,419 (21.19%)
Monique Vallée
1,694 (25.29%)
  Laura Palestini
2,672 (39.89%)
Elijah Olise
725 (10.82%)
Eric Tremblay
188 (2.81%)
  Lise Zarac
Borough councillor I 27.39% Anh Dao
1,460 (21.98%)
Catherine Bourgoin
1,807 (27.20%)
  Michel Noël
2,501 (37.65%)
Joe Blanco
875 (13.17%)
  Serge Declos
Borough councillor II 27.35% Pierre Marc Ngamaleu
1,472 (22.31%)
Michael Peter Morin
1,834 (27.80%)
  Josée Troilo
3,291 (49.89%)
  Josée Troilo
Sault-Saint-Louis 26,482 City councillor 33.68% Jean-François Bernier
2,260 (26.02%)
Naveed Hussain
1,684 (19.39%)
  Richard Deschamps
4,460 (51.36%)
Lise Vallée
280 (3.22%)
  Richard Deschamps
Borough councillor I 34.20% Salah-Eddine Dahel
2,238 (25.42%)
Anthony Perrotti
1,926 (21.88%)
  Daniela Romano
4,459 (50.65%)
Ihor Kravchuk
180 (2.04 %)
  Laura Palestini
Borough councillor II 34.21% Ben Chung
2,163 (24.60%)
Juan Mendez
1,858 (21.14%)
  Benoit Auger
4,770 (54.26%)
  Nancy Blanchet

Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal Independent
96,141 Borough mayor 41.55%   Pierre Lessard-Blais
20,022 (51.24%)
Karine Boivin Roy
15,774 (40.37%)
Patricia Tulasne
2,404 (6.15%)
Robert Sévigny
874 (2.24%)
  Pierre Lessard-Blais
Hochelaga 23,374 City councillor 39.75%   Éric Alan Caldwell
5,973 (65.70%)
Réal Ménard
2,467 (27.14%)
Jean-Philippe Martin
Candidacy withdrawn
Ariane Beaudin
651 (7.16%)
  Éric Alan Caldwell
Louis-Riel 21,482 City councillor 44.54% Julie Lamontagne
4,095 (44.00%)
  Alba Zuniga Ramos
4,698 (50.48%)
Philippe Corbeil
513 (5.51%)
  Karine Boivin Roy
Maisonneuve–Longue-Pointe 24,649 City councillor 39.54%   Alia Hassan-Cournol
5,490 (57.95%)
Emilia Tamko
3,356 (35.42%)
Sylvain Medzalabenleth
Candidacy withdrawn
Murielle Albert
628 (6.63%)
  Laurence Lavigne Lalonde
Tétreaultville 26,636 City councillor 42.63% Suzie Miron
5,098 (46.06%)
  Julien Hénault-Ratelle
5,153 (46.56%)
Priscille Dossouvi
421 (3.80%)
Jean-Pierre Dakouo
396 (3.58%)
  Suzie Miron

Montréal-Nord[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal
51,140 Borough mayor 33.53% Will Prosper
4,851 (29.29%)
  Christine Black
10,638 (64.24%)
Carl-Henry Jean-François
735 (4.44%)
Vito Salvaggio
337 (2.03%)
  Christine Black
Marie-Clarac 27,280 City councillor 34.11% Mathieu Léonard
3,452 (38.95%)
  Abdelhaq Sari
5,411 (61.05%)
  Abdelhaq Sari
Borough councillor 34.11% Ana E Mejia
2,892 (32.50%)
  Jean Marc Poirier
5,478 (61.56%)
Fabrice Horace
528 (5.93%)
  Jean Marc Poirier
Ovide-Clermont 23,860 City councillor 32.93% Fatima Gabriela Salazar Gomez
2,423 (32.38%)
  Chantal Rossi
Co-candidate[64] for Denis Coderre
5,060 (67.62%)
  Chantal Rossi
Borough councillor 32.94% D-yana Bommier
2,384 (32.36%)
  Philippe Thermidor
4,461 (60.56%)
Daphney Celestin
521 (7.07%)
  Renée-Chantal Belinga

Outremont[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Parti Outremont Mouvement Montréal
15,328 Borough mayor 55.98% Philipe Tomlinson
4,120 (49.81%)
  Laurent Desbois
4,151 (50.19%)
Marc-Antoine Desjardins
Candidacy withdrawn
  Philipe Tomlinson
Claude-Ryan 4,106 Borough councillor 53.46%   Mindy Pollak
1,461 (81.53%)
Dan Kraft
Candidacy withdrawn
Joshua Rosenbaum
331 (18.47%)
  Mindy Pollak
Jeanne-Sauvé 3,729 Borough councillor 55.22% Fanny Magini
709 (34.77%)
  Caroline Braun
844 (41.39%)
Simon Latraverse
486 (23.84%)
  Fanny Magini
Joseph-Beaubien 4,084 Borough councillor 60.55%   Valérie Patreau
1,053 (43.00%)
Philippe Guertin
579 (23.64%)
Céline Forget
817 (33.36%)
  Valérie Patreau
Robert-Bourassa 3,409 Borough councillor 53.83% Jill Lance
701 (38.47%)
  Marie Potvin
771 (42.32%)
Jean-Marc Corbeil
350 (19.21%)
Katchik Ebruchumian
Candidacy withdrawn
  Jean-Marc Corbeil

Pierrefonds-Roxboro[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal
47,706 Borough mayor 30.50% Patricio Cruz-Gutierrez
3,631 (25.43%)
  Dimitrios (Jim) Beis
8,650 (60.57%)
Nadeem Sohail
1,999 (14.00%)
  Dimitrios Jim Beis
Bois-de-Liesse 24,854 City councillor 31.02% Mokhtar Liamini
2,241 (29.96%)
  Benoit Langevin
3,901 (52.15%)
Nic Paterson
1,338 (17.89%)
  Benoit Langevin
Borough councillor 31.08% Matthieu Bélanger
2,331 (31.04%)
  Louise Leroux
3,781 (50.35%)
Ahmed Malik
1,397 (18.60%)
  Louise Leroux
Cap-Saint-Jacques 22,852 City councillor 29.97% Irina Cazac
2,089 (31.07%)
  Catherine Clément-Talbot
3,316 (49.32%)
Marilyn Lanni
1,319 (19.62%)
  Catherine Clément-Talbot
Borough councillor 29.97% Mirian Perez
2,352 (35.05%)
  Chahi (Sharkie) Tarakjian
3,067 (45.71%)
Nayab Tariq
1,291 (19.24%)
  Yves Gignac

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal Independent
62,495 Borough mayor 44.70%   Luc Rabouin
20,440 (74.63%)
Shant Karabajak
4,924 (17.98%)
Daniel Vazquez
2,025 (7.39%)
  Luc Rabouin
De Lorimier 21,808 City councillor 48.83%   Marianne Giguère
6,890 (65.72%)
Olivia Kowalski
1,616 (15.41%)
Juliette Côté-Turcotte
1,978 (18.87%)
  Marianne Giguère
Borough councillor 48.52%   Laurence Parent
8,400 (81.27%)
Hugo Vallée
1,936 (18.73%)
  Josefina Blanco
Jeanne-Mance 20,130 City councillor 39.48%   Alex Norris
5,390 (69.17%)
Martin Oré
1,698 (21.79%)
John Tessier
599 (7.69%)
Bougadari Sanogo
105 (1.35%)
  Alex Norris
Borough councillor 39.85%   Maeva Vilain
5,394 (68.53%)
Jean-Pierre Szaraz
1,758 (22.34%)
Rebecca Lessard
719 (9.13%)
  Maeva Vilain
Mile-End 20,557 City councillor 45.81%   Marie Plourde
6,926 (75.16%)
Mélissa Bernier-Emond
1,534 (16.65%)
Alexandre Zaezjev
755 (8.19%)
  Richard Ryan
Borough councillor 45.56%   Marie Sterlin
6,818 (74.30%)
Benoit Rouleau
1,517 (16.53%)
Maggie Bolduc
841 (9.17%)
  Marie Plourde

Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal
79,658 Borough mayor 38.86%   Caroline Bourgeois
14,259 (47.59%)
Lyne Laperrière
14,124 (47.14%)
Charles Sounan
1,578 (5.27%)
  Caroline Bourgeois
La Pointe-aux-Prairies 26,644 City councillor 38.35%   Lisa Christensen
4,695 (47.37%)
Vincent Girard
4,682 (47.24%)
Paulo Saade
535 (5.40%)
  Richard Guay
Borough councillor 38.05%   Daphney Colin
4,749 (48.18%)
Patrick Laliberté
4,612 (46.79%)
Louis Chandonnet
495 (5.02%)
  Lisa Christensen
Pointe-aux-Trembles 25,987 City councillor 40.51%   Virginie Journeau
5,748 (56.56%)
Glenda Morris
4,414 (43.44%)
  Suzanne Décarie
Borough councillor 40.50%   Marie-Claude Baril
5,731 (56.48%)
Daniel McSween
4,416 (43.52%)
  Gilles Déziel
Rivière-des-Prairies 27,027 City councillor 37.68% Henri-Robert Durandisse
2,833 (28.95%)
  Giovanni Rapanà
6,253 (63.89%)
Marie-Carmel Michel
701 (7.16%)
  Giovanni Rapanà
Borough councillor 37.68% Joseph Paglia
3,264 (33.73%)
  Nathalie Pierre-Antoine
6,414 (66.27%)
  Nathalie Pierre-Antoine

Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal
96,544 Borough mayor 47.94%   François Limoges
31,620 (70.07%)
Gilles Grondin
13,507 (29.93%)
  François William Croteau
Étienne-Desmarteau 22,309 City councillor 51.66%   Ericka Alneus
8,175 (72.23%)
Émilia Diamadopoulou
2,605 (23.02%)
Manel Dhaher
275 (2.43%)
Karine Cusson
Co-candidate[64] for Gilbert Thibodeau
263 (2.32%)
  Stéphanie Watt
Marie-Victorin 22,370 City councillor 44.03%   Jocelyn Pauzé
5,318 (55.70%)
Vianney Godbout
4,230 (44.30%)
Marc-André Bahl
Candidacy withdrawn
  Jocelyn Pauzé
Saint-Édouard 24,466 City councillor 48.66%   Josefina Blanco
8,778 (75.17%)
Sallim Dahman
2,155 (18.45%)
Robert Constantin
745 (6.38%)
  François Limoges
Vieux-Rosemont 27,399 City councillor 47.34%   Dominique Ollivier
8,927 (70.70%)
Roxane Mercier
3,700 (29.30%)
  Christine Gosselin

Saint-Laurent[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Independent
60,381 Borough mayor 28.97% Blaise Guillotte
3,652 (21.41%)
  Alan DeSousa
11,929 (69.93%)
Nassif Zakaria
1,250 (7.33%)
Philippe Tessier
228 (1.34%)
  Alan DeSousa
Côte-de-Liesse 33,431 City councillor 29.65% Tania Goitiandia Moore
2,911 (30.31%)
  Vana Nazarian
5,679 (59.13%)
Shana Meo
1,014 (10.56%)
  Francesco Miele
Borough councillor 29.69% Valérie Maisonneuve
2,991 (31.35%)
  Jacques Cohen
6,551 (68.65%)
  Jacques Cohen
Norman-McLaren 26,950 City councillor 27.80% Mohammad-Afaaq Mansoor
2,517 (35.34%)
  Aref Salem
4,606 (64.66%)
  Aref Salem
Borough councillor 27.86% Dominik Tremblay-Perron
2,721 (38.26%)
  Annie Gagnier
4,390 (61.74%)
  Michèle D. Biron

Saint-Léonard[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Independent
49,574 Borough mayor 32.68% Nerlande Gaetan
2,759 (17.71%)
  Michel Bissonnet
10,016 (64.30%)
Lili-Anne Tremblay
2,802 (17.99%)
  Michel Bissonnet
Saint-Léonard-Est 21,180 City councillor 34.10% Nathan Dratler
1,173 (16.88%)
  Angela Gentile
4,372 (62.90%)
Paulina Ayala
832 (11.97%)
Dallal Boukhari
574 (8.26%)
Vacant
Borough councillor 34.09% Leila Benkhaled
1,617 (23.80%)
  Arij El Korbi
3,312 (48.76%)
Giovanni Valvano
1,864 (27.44%)
  Lili-Anne Tremblay
Saint-Léonard-Ouest 28,394 City councillor 31.64% Andres Larrea
1,703 (19.78%)
  Dominic Perri
4,954 (57.55%)
Franco Conciatori
1,951 (22.66%)
  Dominic Perri
Borough councillor 31.64% Dante Ventulieri
1,713 (19.92%)
  Suzanne De Larochellière
3,933 (45.74%)
Djamel Lahlou
1,157 (13.46%)
Mario Battista
1,795 (20.88%)
  Mario Battista

Le Sud-Ouest[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal Independent
55,705 Borough mayor 35.08%   Benoit Dorais
10,953 (57.45%)
Francine Verrier
5,696 (29.88%)
Keeton Clarke
2,416 (12.67%)
  Benoit Dorais
Saint-Henri-Est–Petite-Bourgogne–Pointe-Saint-Charles–Griffintown 31,896 City councillor 34.74%   Craig Sauvé[69]
5,694 (52.82%)
Heidi Hollinger
3,401 (31.55%)
Stephanie Henry-King
1,685 (15.63%)
  Craig Sauvé
Borough councillor 34.57%   Tan Shan Li
5,520 (50.88%)
Romean Alam
3,040 (28.02%)
Nafija Rahman
1,268 (11.69%)
Patrick de Gruyter
1,020 (9.40%)
  Sophie Thiébaut
Saint-Paul–Émard–Saint-Henri-Ouest 23,809 City councillor 35.41%   Alain Vaillancourt
4,742 (57.61%)
Michel Martel
2,451 (29.78%)
Sam Donald
796 (9.67%)
Mario Giguère
242 (2.94%)
  Anne-Marie Sigouin
Borough councillor 35.37%   Anne-Marie Sigouin
4,803 (58.68%)
Guillaume Rudloff
2,504 (30.59%)
Tara-Starr McConnell
878 (10.73%)
  Alain Vaillancourt

Verdun[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Independent
48,147 Borough mayor 42.75%   Marie-Andrée Mauger
13,069 (64.81%)
Antoine Richard
5,646 (28.00%)
Jayoti Nanda
1,451 (7.20%)
  Jean-François Parenteau
Champlain–
L'Île-des-Sœurs
27,001 City councillor 43.09%   Véronique Tremblay
6,476 (56.71%)
Nadine Gelly
3,640 (31.87%)
Eric McCarty
697 (6.10%)
Alain Bossé
607 (5.32%)
  Marie-Josée Parent
Borough councillor I 43.01%   Céline-Audrey Beauregard
6,884 (61.19%)
Jean Airoldi
4,367 (38.81%)
  Pierre L'Heureux
Borough councillor II 42.57%   Enrique Machado
6,681 (60.69%)
Josée Léger
4,328 (39.31%)
Jean-Pierre Boivin
Candidacy withdrawn
  Véronique Tremblay
Desmarchais-Crawford 21,146 City councillor 42.42%   Sterling Downey
6,024 (68.43%)
Éric (Balou) Chartrand
2,160 (24.54%)
Nathe Perrone
619 (7.03%)
  Sterling Downey
Borough councillor I 42.36%   Benoit Gratton
5,457 (62.27%)
Natacha Louis
2,257 (25.75%)
Rosalie Bélanger-Rioux
1,050 (11.98%)
  Luc Gagnon
Borough councillor II 42.42%   Kaïla A. Munro
5,634 (64.08%)
Lili-Anne Bergeron
2,434 (27.68%)
Jonathan Reinglas
724 (8.23%)
  Marie-Andrée Mauger

Ville-Marie[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Mouvement Montréal Action Montréal
Peter-McGill 19,004 City councillor 26.75% Daniel Tran
1,816 (36.39%)
  Serge Sasseville
1,982 (39.71%)
Idil Issa
Co-candidate[64] for Balarama Holness
1,151 (23.06%)
Zbigniew Mandryk
42 (0.84%)
  Cathy Wong
Saint-Jacques 21,511 City councillor 35.78%   Robert Beaudry
4,500 (59.45%)
Malika Dehraoui
2,419 (31.96%)
Shane Thompson
651 (8.60%)
  Robert Beaudry
Sainte-Marie 17,303 City councillor 39.61%   Sophie Mauzerolle
Co-candidate[64] for Valérie Plante
4,482 (66.62%)
Daniel Vaudrin
1,793 (26.65%)
Samuel Miriello
337 (5.01%)
Jean-Christophe Trottier
116 (1.72%)
  Sophie Mauzerolle

Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension[edit]

Electoral District Eligible voters Position Turnout Candidates Incumbent
Projet Montréal Ensemble Montréal Quartiers Montréal[73] Mouvement Montréal Other
84,548 Borough mayor 36.97%   Laurence Lavigne Lalonde
16,210 (53.29%)
Guillaume Lavoie
9,796 (32.20%)
Giuliana Fumagalli
2,336 (7.68%)
Julien Kakpovi
1,657 (5.45%)
Clément Sauriol (Action Montréal)
422 (1.39%)
  Giuliana Fumagalli
François-Perrault 21,441 City councillor 36.07%   Sylvain Ouellet
4,334 (57.47%)
Mike Parente
2,428 (32.24%)
Chahrazed Zadi
338 (4.49%)
Nawal Bekhechi
432 (5.74%)
  Sylvain Ouellet
Parc-Extension 19,125 City councillor 35.61% Geneviève Morency
2,502 (37.49%)
  Mary Deros
2,885 (43.23%)
Leonora King
601 (9.01%)
Mohammad Yousuf
571 (8.56%)
Luc Lupien (Ind.)
115 (1.72%)
  Mary Deros
Saint-Michel 20,803 City councillor 24.28% Yong-Fat Chau
1,378 (28.33%)
  Josué Corvil
2,614 (53.74%)
Wendy Olivier
302 (6.21%)
Cynthia Nkamicaniye
282 (5.80%)
Daniel Bouffard (Action Montréal)
288 (5.92%)
  Josué Corvil
Villeray 23,179 City councillor 50.33%   Martine Musau Muele
7,876 (68.70%)
Mourad Romdhane
2,500 (21.81%)
Mariem Mathlouthi
677 (5.90%)
Anastasia Pomares
412 (3.59%)
  Rosannie Filato

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