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Trois-Rivières City Council

The Trois-Rivières City Council (in French: Conseil municipal de Trois-Rivières) is the governing body for the mayor–council government in the city of Trois-Rivières, in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada.

Contents

  • Mayor 1
  • Councillors 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Mayor

Councillors

As of the Quebec municipal elections, 2013

District 1, Du Carmel

  • André Noël

District 2, De Châteaudun

  • Jean Perron

District 3, De Chavigny

  • Marie-Claude Camirand

District 4, Des Estacades

  • Pierre-Luc Fortin

District 5, De Laviolette

  • Guy Daigle

District 6, De la Madeleine

  • René Goyette

District 7, De Marie-de-l'Incarnation

  • Jean-François Aubin

District 8, Des Plateaux

  • Joan Lefebvre

District 9, De Pointe-du-Lac

  • François Bélisle

District 10, De Rigaud

  • Ginette Bellemare

District 11, De Saint-Louis-de-France

  • Michel Cormier

District 12, De Sainte-Marguerite

  • Pierre A Dupont

District 13, De Sainte-Marthe

  • Daniel Cournoyer

District 14, Du Sanctuaire

  • Sabrina Roy

District 15, Des Terrasses

  • Yves Landry

District 16, Des Vieilles-Forges

  • Jeannot Lemieux

See also

External links

  • Official site of councilor Yves Landry (French)
  • City Council page on the Yves Landry site (French)
  • Official Trois-Rivières municipal site (French)
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