Gatineau City Council


Gatineau City Council

The Gatineau Municipal Council (French: Le conseil municipal de Gatineau) is the governing body of the city of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. It is composed of 17 city councillors and the mayor. The mayor is elected at large, while each of the councillors represent wards throughout the city. Council members are elected to four year terms with the last election being the 2005 election.

Members (2005-2009)

* Marc Bureau - Mayor

* Frank Thérien - District 1, Aylmer District
* André Laframboise - District 2, Lucerne District
* Alain Riel - District 3, Deschênes District
* Alain Pilon - District 4, Val-Tétreau District
* Patrice Martin - District 5, Wright–Parc-de-la-Montagne District
* Louise Poirier - District 6, Orée-du-Parc District
* Pierre Philion - District 7, Saint-Raymond–Vanier District
* Denise Laferrière - District 8, Hull District
* Simon Racine - District 9, Limbour District
* Denis Tassé - District 10, Riverains District
* Luc Angers - District 11, Promenades District
* Joseph De Sylva - District 12, Versant District
* Richard Côté - District 13, Bellevue District
* Aurèle Desjardins - District 14, Lac-Beauchamp District
* Yvon Boucher - District 15, Rivière-Blanche District
* Luc Montreuil - District 16, Masson-Angers District
* Jocelyne Houle - District 17, Buckingham District

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

* Marc Bureau - District 5, District of Wright-Parc-de-la-Montagne (2001-2005), run successfully for mayoral position

* 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

Links

* [http://www.ville.gatineau.qc.ca/conseil-ang.htm City Of Gatineau Council]


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