Outremont

Outremont is a borough (arrondissement) of the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It consists entirely of the former city on the Island of Montreal in southwestern Quebec. The neighbourhood has been traditionally inhabited largely by Francophones, but is now also home to a large number of Hasidic Jews.

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Jocelyn Coulon - Politics
... as a Liberal candidate for the riding of Outremont in a by-election that was held on September 17, 2007 ... because the local Jewish community in Outremont makes up 10% of the riding demographics ... While Outremont was a Liberal stronghold since 1935 (except for the 1988 election), the NDP won their first Canadian House of Commons seat in the province of Quebec since 1990 ...
Outremont - Politics - Borough Council
... As of the November 1, 2009 Montreal municipal election, the current borough council consists of the following councillors District Position Name Party — Borough mayor Montreal city councillor Marie Cinq-Mars Independent Claude-Ryan Borough councillor Louis Moffatt Independent Jeanne-Sauvé Borough councillor Ana Nunes Union Montréal Joseph-Beaubien Borough councillor Céline Forget Independent Robert-Bourassa Borough councillor Marie Potvin Union Montréal. ...
Outremont (electoral District) - Political Geography
... The Bloc had its support concentrated in the borough of Outremont, and around the Université de Montréal ... Conservatives won just three polls in the riding all of which were around the western border of the Outremont border ... In the 2008 election, the NDP held on to Outremont, albeit with a lower percentage of overall support ...
Aurélien Noël
... He was first elected at the Outremont—Saint-Jean riding in a 29 May 1967 by-election, called when the previous Member of Parliament, Maurice Lamontagne ... become the Liberal candidate for the riding, which was then renamed Outremont ... Noël's career in Parliament ended when he was replaced as Outremont's Liberal party candidate by Marc Lalonde for the 1972 election ...
Denis Coderre - Politics - Quebec Lieutenant
... Coderre had chosen Nathalie Le Prohon to run in Outremont, formerly a Liberal safe seat now held by the NDP's Thomas Mulcair ... Cauchon was seeking a return to politics and wanted to run in Outremont, a riding he had held for 11 years prior to 2004 when then-Liberal leader Paul Martin would not guarantee Cauchon's nomination ... then reversed his decision and allowed Cauchon to run in Outremont ...