Elections are held every four years in more than 1,100 Quebec municipalities to fill some 8,000 elected positions. They represent the population and defend your interests in order to provide services that meet your needs.

The next municipal election will be held in 2025.

The electors of the City of Westmount will be asked to elect a new council for a four-year term. The territory of our municipality is divided into eight electoral districts. Every elector will be asked to elect not only Westmount’s Mayor but also the councillor for his or her own district.

We invite you to read about the requirements for running for mayor or councillor and for voting.

Voter turnout

The returning officer informs the public that the turnout for this election is 28.2 %.

Turnout on advance polling days 9.8 %
Turnout for mail-in voting 0.6 %
Turnout on polling day 17.8 %
Total Turnout 28.2 %

Me François Peter-Edmond Rivard
Returning officer

Declaration of election

Friday, October 1st, 2021 at 4:31 p.m., having authorized only one candidacy for the position of City councillor for districts 3, 4 and 6 of the City of Westmount, I declared candidates Mr. Jeff J. Shamie (district 3),   Mr. Conrad Peart (district 4) and Ms. Mary Gallery (district 6) elected.

Mr. Jeff J. Shamie and Ms. Mary Gallery were sworn in on October 14th, 2021.

Mr. Conrad Peart was sworn in on October 18th, 2021.

Me François Peter-Edmond Rivard
Returning Officer