A general election will be held on November 5, 2017 to fill the office of city mayor, and the offices of borough mayor, city councillor and borough councillor in the 19 boroughs in Montréal.
The Bureau des elections de Montréal (Élection Montréal) has taken various measures to make it easier for everyone to vote. See the section Need help to vote?
Montréal’s returning officer, Me Yves Saindon, published today the complete review of the last general municipal election held in Montréal on November 5, 2017. He took this opportunity to acknowledge the dedication and hard work of his team who brilliantly met the challenges of offering Montrealers the best possible conditions to exercise their right to vote.November 17, 2017
Following the judicial recount requested after the election on November 5, 2017 for the office of borough councillor for the La Pointe-aux-Prairies district in the Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles borough, Me Yves Saindon, Returning Officer for Montréal, hereby announces that pursuant to the decision of the Court of Québec, Lisa Christensen, candidate with Projet Montréal – Équipe Valérie Plante, has officially been declared elected by a majority of 30 votes over Manuel Guedes, candidate with Équipe Denis Coderre pour Montréal.November 14, 2017
The returning officer for Montréal has announced that only one application for a recount was submitted to the Court of Québec by the legally prescribed deadline. Lisa Christensen (Projet Montréal - Équipe Valérie Plante), who obtained the largest number of votes for the position of borough councillor in the La Pointe-aux-Prairies electoral district (Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles borough) cannot be sworn in on Thursday, since she cannot be declared elected until the results have been certified by a judge, as required by law.