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Encyclopedia > Sherbrooke City Council

The Sherbrooke City Council (in French: Conseil municipal de Sherbrooke) is the governing body for the city of Sherbrooke, in the Estrie region of Quebec. Downtown Sherbrooke with the Saint-François River in the foreground Sherbrooke (2001 population 75,916, post-merger population 141,200) is a city in south-eastern Quebec, Canada. ... Categories: Regions of Quebec | Quebec geography | Canada-place stubs ... This article describes the Canadian province. ...

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Mayor

  • Jean Perrault (1997-present)

Councilors

Arrondissement n°1

  • Clément Nault

District 1.1

  • Michel Lamontagne

District 1.2

  • Nicole Bergeron

Arrondissement n°2

District 2.1

  • Mariette Fugère

District 2.2

  • Roger Labrecque

District 2.3

  • Francis Gagnon

District 2.4

  • Louida Brochu

District 2.5

  • Bertrand Tanguay

Arrondissement n°3

  • Douglas MacAulay

District 3.1

  • William Smith

District 3.2

  • Thomas A. Allen

Arrondissement n°4

District 4.1

  • Serge Paquin

District 4.2

  • Robert Y. Pouliot

District 4.3

  • Pierre Boisvert

District 4.4

  • Jean-François Rouleau

Arrondissement n°5

District 5.1

  • Diane Délisle

District 5.2

  • Bernard Sévigny

District 5.3

  • Serge Forest

District 5.4

  • Julien Lachance

Arrondissement n°6

District 6.1

  • Jacques Testulat

District 6.2

  • Chantal L'Espérance

District 6.3

  • Marc Denault

District 6.4

  • Dany Lachance

See also

Downtown Sherbrooke with the Saint-François River in the foreground Sherbrooke (2001 population 75,916, post-merger population 141,200) is a city in south-eastern Quebec, Canada. ...

External links

  • Sherbrooke City Council page (http://ville.sherbrooke.qc.ca/fr/conseil/rmcm.html)
  • Official Sherbrooke municipal site (http://ville.sherbrooke.qc.ca)
  • Tourism and indusrty Sherbrooke page (http://ville.sherbrooke.qc.ca/en/index.html)


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