News and announcements

Consultation on Feb. 26 at 2pm at Cummings Centre regarding Montreal action plan for seniors

Our neighbours at the City of Montreal are developing its 2018–2020 municipal action plan for seniors and would like to receive comments on its objectives and proposed measures from residents and other concerned citizens.

There is a survey available for residents of the City of Montreal only, and a series of public consulations, including on Monday, February 26, 2018 at 2pm at the Cummings Centre (5700 Westbury Ave, Montreal). Register online for the consultation at the Cummings Centre or call 514-343-3510.

Côte Saint-Luc encourages its residents to attend as many of the issues most affecting seniors relate to public transit, which is an Agglomeration of Montreal issue. (Côte Saint-Luc is one of the 16 cities that make up the Agglomeration of Montreal.) Côte Saint-Luc has been asking the Montreal transit authority to establish a shuttle bus service connecting the west end to the hospital district, which includes the Jewish General Hospital, St. Mary's Hospital and the medical offices along Côte-des-Neiges Rd.

This forum provides another opportunity for seniors from all the west end communities to make this request

Representatives from Côte Saint-Luc will attend the consultation to listen to comments.

 

 

 

 

Lace and Tape Drive in Côte Saint-Luc

The Lace and Tape Drive is on until March 15, 2018, at the Samuel Moskovitch Arena (6985 Mackle Rd.) in the City of Côte Saint-Luc.

Donors can drop off a roll of tape or a box of hockey laces at the arena Pro Shop. In return, donors will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a pair of tickets to a Montreal Canadiens game later this season. 

The hockey equipment will go to the Canada Israel Hockey School in Metula, Israel, which brings together Jewish, Christians, Druze and Muslim kids.

“We encourage people who are coming to the arena to watch their kids play or coming for free skate to bring a roll or tape or a box of laces,” Mayor Mitchell Brownstein said. “Côte Saint-Luc has helped facilitate the collection of equipment for the Canada Israel Hockey School for more than 25 years. When youth play sport as a team they forget about their differences and create bonds that help guide them through life’s sometimes difficult journey.  It’s a great cause and we’re happy to be a part of this.”

Côte Saint-Luc resident David Lisbona spearheads the drive and another initiatives in support of the hockey program in Israel. For more information about the Lace and Tape Drive, contact him at cfihockey@gmail.com.

Call for Candidates - Planning Advisory Committee

CALL FOR CANDIDATES

Planning Advisory Committee

 

The City of Côte Saint-Luc is looking for a resident to fill a vacant position on its Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) for a two-year renewable mandate.

The PAC is a working group established under a City by-law in accordance with the Act Respecting Land Use and Development (RSQ c. A-19.1). This committee sits in closed meetings once a month in the early evening. It is made up of seven members designated by Council resolution, including three members of City Council and four residents. The committee is assisted in its work by the staff of the City’s Urban Development Department.

The Municipal Council entrusted this committee with the task of studying and making recommendations in particular regarding applications for minor exemptions, site planning and architectural integration programs (SPAIP) applicable to new constructions and building modifications or for applications concerning signs.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest and any other relevant documents, in which they will present their skills, expertise or training in architecture, construction, urban planning or other disciplines that are an asset to play a role on the committee.

Please send your application by Monday, April 2, 2018.

by email at: cchiasson@cotesaintluc.org

or by mail at:           City of Côte Saint-Luc

Urban Development Department

                              5801 Cavendish Boulevard

                              Côte Saint-Luc, QC

                              H4W 3C3

To the attention of Mr. Christian Chiasson, Urban Planner and Secretary of the PAC

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Chiasson at 514-485-6800, extension 1602.

 

This call for candidates also aims to create a bank of potential candidates for the PAC. Any selected candidate will be recommended to the City Council which will make the final decision regarding his or her appointment, as appropriate.

Council meeting - Monday, February 12, 2018 at 8pm

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, February 12, 2018 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd. For information, visit: www.cotesaintluc.org/councilmeetings

Winter Carnival 2018

The Côte Saint-Luc Winter Carnival takes place on Sunday, February 18 from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm at Trudeau Park. Come early for a pancake breakfast (while supplies last), horse drawn carriage rides, taffy on snow, face painting, ice sculpture activities, public skating (1:30 pm to 2:45 pm), hockey games, a figure-skating exhibition, and more.

Throughout the Carnival we will be accepting donations for Ronald McDonald House. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sewer rehabilitation

The City of Côte Saint-Luc is investing nearly $2.1 million to rehabilitate sewers across the city. We have mandated CWW Réhabilitation (Clean Water Works) to perform the work. There are several phases involved in sewer rehabilitation work and residents in affected areas will receive a more detailed letter. 
 

Affected sectors are:

  • Baily between Glencrest and Rosedale
  • Borden between Fleet and Merton
  • Caldwell between Kildare and Mackle
  • Fleet between Borden and Cavendish
  • Guelph between Wentworth and Jellicoe
  • Kincourt between Lockwood and Lockwood
  • Léger between Kildare and Guelph
  • Léger between Kildare and Mclear
  • Melling between Mackle and Guelph
  • Oakwood between Earle and Baily
  • Palmer between Wavell and Guelph
  • Parkhaven between Kildare and Trinity
  • Redwood between Holland and Heywood
  • Robinson between Fleet and Régal
  • Silverson between Côte-Saint-Luc and Elgin
  • Smart between Côte Saint-Luc and the C.P.R. Yards 
  • Trinity between Kildare and Parkhaven
  • Wentworth between Mackle and Kildare
  • Westminster between Kildare and Wavell
  • Westminster between Westover and Côte-Saint-Luc

During this first phase (called flushing), expected to last until end of Feburary, residents can expect:  

  • No disruption to sewer service
  • Drinking water not to be affected
  • Some occasional noise
  • Some traffic and parking restrictions

For urgent matters

To report any problems during the work, please contact our contractor CWW Réhabilitation 24/7 at 514-738-2666. For general information about the project, contact the Côte Saint-Luc Engineering Division at 514-485-6800 ext. 1501 or engineering@cotesaintluc.org.

ACC Indoor pools closed January 26 and 27

The Aquatic and Community Centre indoor pools will be closed to the public Saturday, Jan. 27 and Sunday, Jan. 28 for a swim meet. The public is encouraged to come cheer the local teams. Swimming lessons are cancelled.

Regular pool schedule resumes on Monday, Jan. 28.

Adoption of the city budget on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 6pm

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 6pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd. A second special meeting will take place on the same evening at 6:30pm to set the tax rate.

For information, visit: www.cotesaintluc.org/councilmeetings

Montreal’s surprise budget increase: what Côte Saint-Luc is doing

The 2018 budget for the City of Montreal and the Agglomeration, filed on Wednesday, January 10, came as a shock and disappointment to Côte Saint-Luc and the 15 suburban municipalities on the island of Montreal. 

Côte Saint-Luc had prepared a draft budget with no tax increases. Montreal’s draft budget, if adopted, will change that.
Côte Saint-Luc had built a draft budget assuming a 2 percent (or $500,000) increase in how much it must pay for island-wide Agglomeration services such as the police and fire departments. However, the increase ended up being 6.7 percent (or 1.8 million). This difference between the assumed increase and real increase is $1.3 million, which amounts to $125 per average single-family dwelling.

Côte Saint-Luc and the other cities of the Association of Suburban Municipalities have adopted resolutions denouncing the unexpectedly large Agglomeration bill increase directed at our cities. We’ve also written to Montreal Mayor Plante to express this outrage, and participated in a news conference. We encourage our residents to attend a rally on Sunday, January 21 at noon in front of the Pointe-Claire City Hall (451 St. Jean Blvd.).

While Côte Saint-Luc hopes this pressure works, we have had to make a Plan B in case it doesn’t. We have prepared another draft budget to pay for the extra $1.3 million Montreal is forcing us to pay.

Regardless of whether Montreal changes its draft budget or not, Côte Saint-Luc will adopt its budget on Wednesday, January 24 at 6pm. The public is welcome to attend to ask questions after the budget is presented.

For more information

Council meeting - Monday, January 15, 2018 at 8pm

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, January 15, 2018 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd. For information, visit: www.cotesaintluc.org/councilmeetings

 

 

The 15 suburban municipalities urgently call for a revision of the City’s inflationary budget

WESTMOUNT, January 12, 2018 – The 15 mayors of the suburban municipalities of the Montreal Island are urgently asking the Plante-Dorais administration to revise the inflationary budget that it submitted on Wednesday of this week. To everyone’s surprise, the new budget brings in tax hikes that are, on average, twice as high as in previous years and nearly six times the inflation rate for some of the Island’s municipalities!

“This increase is both unacceptable and unfair and must be rectified out of respect for taxpayers,” stated these 15 mayors. Collectively, their municipalities represent 246,000 Montreal Island residents who pay on average 50% of their municipal taxes to the Agglomeration. These people did not vote for such draconian tax hikes,” stated Beny Masella, President of the Association of Suburban Municipalities and Mayor of Montreal West.

While many Montrealers in the City’s 19 boroughs palpably expressed their dissatisfaction over this 3.3% increase, taxpayers in the 15 suburban municipalities are feeling even more aggrieved because they will see hikes of up to 9.8% of their assessments.

These 15 suburban municipalities face average contribution increases equivalent to 5.3% of their Agglomeration budget assessments which equates to three times the 1.7% inflation rate projected for 2018. These 246,000 taxpayers are thus looking at tax increases ranging from $30 to $440 per residence.

"As mayors and public administrators, we have the duty each year to make judicious choices between expenditures and tax rates that reflect the ability of our citizens to pay. This is one of the obligations of elected officials. Ms. Plante is Mayor of Montreal but she is also the leader of the Agglomeration and, in this capacity, she must consider the impact of her decisions on all taxpayers, including those in our 15 municipalities who pay half their taxes to the Agglomeration,” pointed out Georges Bourelle, Vice-President of the Agglomeration’s Finances and Administration Commission and Mayor of Beaconsfield.

There is a recent precedent in the City of Montreal where its administration urgently revised its budget after it had been tabled, in order to lessen the impact on taxpayers’ ability to pay and to fulfil its electoral promises.

“This is what we are seeking in this first Plante-Dorais budget and we are doing so on behalf of the quarter of a million people whom we represent on the Montreal Island. Budget growth must not exceed the inflation rate, which was one of the promises of the new administration. This is the spirit in which we all prepared our own local budgets, and it is in this spirit that we are asking for a revision of the Plante-Dorais budget,” said President Masella.

Working as partners 

The mayors of the 15 suburban municipalities are partners of the City of Montreal within the Agglomeration; they are familiar with the rigorous, demanding exercise involved in the preparation of a municipal budget and are offering to help Mayor Plante revise the budget in such a way as to ensure a balanced result.

“As always, we are acting as true partners, and it is our hope that Ms. Plante will fulfil her promise to treat us as partners in turn, in a spirit of respect for all taxpayers,” said Mr. Masella. 

Thanks to a revision of the City of Montreal’s budget in 2006, it was possible to contain the budget and fulfil the promises made to taxpayers during the electoral campaign.

The Montreal Island suburban municipalities linked to the City of Montreal represent the sixth largest population in Quebec (246,000) and the second largest economic power. These municipalities include Baie-D’Urfé, Beaconsfield, Côte-Saint-Luc, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Dorval, Hampstead, Kirkland, Dorval Island, Town of Mount Royal, Montreal East, Montreal West, Pointe-Claire, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Senneville and Westmount.

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Source:    Association of Suburban Municipalities of Montreal

Information:    Astérisme, Public Relations and Communication
    Jean Maurice Duddin, jmduddin@asterisme.com
    514 771-5777

How to prevent frozen pipes and what to do when pipes do freeze?

As temperatures plummet, there is a risk of water pipes freezing in homes across the country.

Here's a list of tips from the Red Cross on how to prevent frozen pipes and what to do when pipes do freeze:

  • Keep garage doors closed if water supply lines are in the garage.
  • Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing.
  • When the weather is very cold outside, let the cold water drip from the faucet served by exposed pipes. Running water through the pipe - even at a trickle - helps prevent pipes from freezing.
  • Keep the thermostat set to the same temperature both during the day and at night.
  • Leave the heat on in the home, even while out of town. Set to a temperature no lower than 13 C or 55 F.

How to Thaw Frozen Pipes

If only a trickle of water comes out when taps are turned on, suspect a frozen pipe. Here are some tips on what do when pipes freeze:

Likely places for frozen pipes include against exterior walls or where water service enters the home through the foundation.

Keep the faucet open while treating a frozen pipe and as the frozen area begins to melt, water will begin to flow through the frozen area. Running water through the pipe will help melt ice in the pipe.

Apply heat to the section of pipe using an electric heating pad wrapped around the pipe, an electric hair dryer, a portable space heater (kept away from flammable materials), or by wrapping pipes with towels soaked in hot water.

Do not use a blowtorch, kerosene or propane heater, charcoal stove, or other open flame device.

Apply heat until full water pressure is restored. If the frozen area can’t be found, if the frozen area is not accessible, or if the pipe cannot be thawed, call a licensed plumber.

Check all other faucets in the home to find out if there are additional frozen pipes. If one pipe freezes, others may freeze, too.

Future Protection

Consider relocating exposed pipes to provide increased protection from freezing. Pipes can be relocated by a professional if the home is remodeled.

Add insulation to attics, basements and crawl spaces. Insulation will maintain higher temperatures in these areas.

For more information, please contact a licensed plumber or building professional.

 

Source: www.cbc.ca

Dog owners invited to attend special meeting at City Hall January 8

The City of Côte Saint-Luc inviting dog owners to a special meeting on Monday, January 8 (7:30pm) in the Council Chamber of City Hall (5801 Cavendish Boulevard).

Councillor Mike Cohen, who is responsible for the Animal Protection portfolio, has asked two new councillors who are dog owners – Mitch Kujavsky and Oren Sebag – to join him at the podium along with Public Safety Director Jordy Reichson.

“The objective of this meeting is to begin the process of having an actual Dog Owners Committee established,” said Councillor Cohen. “Eight years ago we held such a public meeting for cat owners. The turnout was outstanding and as a result a very successful hard working committee was born.”

Councillor Cohen expects the subject of allowing dogs in parks (on leashes) to be a major topic of discussion. He has invited Diane Liebling, the chair of the CSL Cats Committee, to deliver opening remarks about what is needed to set up a successful committee.

Two years ago Councillor Cohen set up an ad hoc Dog Run Advisory Committee. It was headed by Abe Haim, who became a spokesman for dog owners using the Mackle Road facility. Haim proposed that a fence be constructed to sub-divide the area between small and large dogs. This was done in the fall. More recently, he requested that lighting be installed. That was done too. In the spring a new dog run will debut near Meadowbrook Golf Course on Côte Saint-Luc Road.

For more information about the meeting call 514-485- 6945 or e-mail mcohen@cotesaintluc.org.

 

 

Special council meeting to adopt three-year capital expenditures budget - Monday, December 18, 2017 at 7:30pm

Council Meeting

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, December 18, 2017 at 7:30pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

Council agenda

View agenda (PDF)

 

Location

5801 Cavendish Blvd., Council Chamber

 

More resources

Previous council meeting minutes

Members of council

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow-up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

Hours of operation, waste collection and overnight parking tolerance during end of year holidays (Dec. 22, 2017 to Jan. 2, 2018 inclusive)

All administrative offices will be closed (except Public Works) 

Public Works (Administrative office and Yard): closed from Dec. 25 to Jan. 3 inclusively.

Aquatic and Community Centre:

December 22 and 23: 8am to 8pm
December 24: 8am to 5pm
December 25: 12pm to 5pm
December 26, 27, 28, 29, & 30: 8am to 8pm
December 31: 8am to 5pm
January 1: 12pm to 5pm
January 2: 8am to 8pm
*Pools are open from 10am (except December 25 & January 1) and will close 30 minutes before the building closes.

Gymnasium: 

December 23:  8 am to 8 pm
December 24: 12 pm to 5 pm
December 25: 12 pm to 5pm
December 26 to 29:  4 pm to 8 pm
December 30: 10 am to 5 pm
December 31 & January 1:  12 pm to 5 pm
January 2: 4 pm to 8 pm
January 3 & 4:  4 pm to 10 pm
January 5: 4 pm to 9 pm
*The gym is only open to play basketball during this period. 

Library: 12 pm to 5 pm

Samuel Moskovitch Arena: Closed December 24, 25, 26, 30, 31 and January 1 and 2.
For the public skating schedule, visit: CoteSaintLuc.org/ArenaPublicSkatingSchedule

Curbside collection of organic waste, recyclables, bulky waste and garbage:

Monday garbage (multi dwelling buildings only) and organic waste collections: Collection takes place on Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Jan. 2 (instead of Monday pick-up)
Recycling: Regular Tuesday collection 
Bulky: Regular Wednesday collection 
Garbage: Regular Thursday collection 

Overnight parking will be tolerated during from Dec. 22, 2017 at 5 pm to January 3, 2018 at 8 am
Note: Vehicles are not permitted to park in front of fire hydrants, in fire lanes, in front of driveways, in no-stopping zones, no parking signs, or anywhere else where parking is not permitted etc.
 

Côte Saint-Luc adopts resolution proclaiming city as a proud "Bonjour-Hi" community

The City of Côte Saint-Luc adopting the following resolution at the city council meeting of Monday, December 12, 2017.

 

RESOLUTION PROCLAIMING CÔTE SAINT-LUC A PROUD BONJOUR HI COMMUNITY

WHEREAS Bonjour Hi has been the defacto greeting defining the proud character of Quebec's communities for decades;

WHEREAS we encourage people to speak in multiple languages;

WHEREAS the bonjour hi greeting creates a sense of harmony and respect;

WHEREAS we are proud to be a bilingual community;

WHEREAS we wish to promote the use of French, English and other languages in verbal communication among individuals;

WHEREAS we want to be a community that welcomes visitors and individuals of all linguistic backgrounds;

 

It was

MOVED BY COUNCILLOR RUTH KOVAC

SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR MITCH KUJAVSKY

 

AND RESOLVED:

“THAT the City of Cote Saint Luc be proclaimed a proud Bonjour Hi community.”

 

ADOPTED UNANIMOUSLY

 

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RÉSOLUTION PROCLAMANT CÔTE SAINT-LUC UNE FIÈRE COMMUNAUTÉ BONJOUR HI

ATTENDU QUE Bonjour Hi a été la salutation defacto reflétant le fier caractère des communautés québécoises pendant des décennies;

ATTENDU QUE nous encourageons le multilinguisme;

ATTENDU QUE la salutation bonjour hi dégage une harmonie et du respect;

ATTENDU QUE nous sommes fiers d’être une communauté bilingue;

ATTENDU QUE nous souhaitons promouvoir l’utilisation du français, l’anglais et toutes autres langues dans les échanges entre individus;

ATTENDU QUE nous souhaitons être une communauté qui accueille les visiteurs et les individus provenant de divers milieux linguistiques;

 

Il fut

PROPOSÉ PAR LE CONSEILLER RUTH KOVAC

APPUYÉ PAR LE CONSEILLER MITCH KUJAVSKY

 

ET RÉSOLU :

« QUE la Ville de Côte Saint-Luc soit proclamée une fière communauté Bonjour Hi. »

 

ADOPTÉ À L’UNANIMITÉ

ACC Indoor pools closed Friday, December 15 until Sunday, December 17 inclusively

Please note that the Aquatic and Community Centre indoor pools will be closed to the public starting Friday, December 15 until Sunday, December 17 inclusively for a swim meet. The public is encouraged to come cheer the local teams. 
Regular pool schedule resumes on Monday, Dec. 18 

Council meeting - Monday, December 11, 2017 at 8pm

City Council Meeting - December 11, 2017

Council Meeting

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

Council agenda

View agenda (PDF)

 

Location

5801 Cavendish Blvd., Council Chamber

 

More resources

Previous council meeting minutes

Members of council

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow-up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

 

Tickets on sale for the 2018 Winter Carnival Dance

Tickets for the Saturday, February 10, 2018 Côte Saint-Luc Winter Carnival Valentine Dance will go on sale at the Aquatic and Community Centre starting Monday, December 11 from 8 am to 9 pm daily. Tickets are available for $35 each (tax included) in advance. The dance has been sold out for the past six years, so buy your tickets early. The dance begins at 7:30pm.

There will be hot and cold hors d’oeuvres served at your table, catered full size buffet and sweet table by Blossom by la plaza, and plenty of door prizes, etc. Guests can bring their own wine.

Entertainment and music will provided by the George Thomas Entertainment Group. The event is partly subsidized by community sponsors and the City of Côte Saint-Luc.

To learn more about the 2018 Côte Saint-Luc Winter Carnival Valentine Dance, call 514-485-6806, ext. 2200 or email recreation@cotesaintluc.org.

 

Valentine Dance

Extended free skate at the Arena in honour of Canada 150 on Dec. 10 from 12:30 pm to 2:15 pm

On Sunday, Dec. 10 from 12:30 pm to 2:15 pm come for an extended free skate at the Arena (6985 Mackle). Lots of fun activities including face painting and tattoo stations, free hot chocolate and music by George Thomas. Everyone is encouraged to come dressed in red and white. Free admission. Non-perishable food items will be collected for the NDG Food Depot.

Public Skating at the Samuel Moskovitch Arena cancelled on Friday, Dec. 8 at 7:30pm.

The Samuel Moskovitch Arena is hosting a hockey tournament until December 10. Public Skating is cancelled on Friday, Dec. 8 at 7:30pm. Please come cheer the local teams and bring a non-perishable food item for the NDG Food Depot.

Lane closures in Cavendish underpass overnight period of November 20 and 21, 2017

The Cavendish underpass in both directions will be reduced from three lanes two lanes on Monday, November 20 and Tuesday November 21, 2017 in the overnight hours of 10pm to 5am. The reason for the partial lane closure is to replace the existing high pressure sodium lighting with new LED lighting.

 

Siren test at Parmalat factory at 2pm on Tuesday, November 14, 2017

On Tuesday, November 14 at 2pm, several factories across the island will be testing their sirens as part of their emergency preparedness. One of these factories is the Parmalat south of CSL. Some parts of CSL may hear the sound. You can ignore it. It is only a test.

 

>> More information: http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?_pageid=7637%2C100603631&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL

Council meeting - Monday, November 13, 2017 at 8pm

Council Meeting

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, November 13, 2017 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow-up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

Council agenda

View agenda (PDF)
 

Location

5801 Cavendish Blvd., Council Chamber

 

More resources

Previous council meeting minutes

Members of council

Election results 2017

The following is a table showing the final vote tally with percentages. The participation rate was 43.88 percent.

 

Mayor / Maire X BROWNSTEIN, Mitchell 5,605 57.80%
    LIBMAN, Robert 4,092 42.20%
    Rejected / Rejetés 207  
         
District 1   GOLDBLOOM, Sam 546 48.06%
  X SEBAG, Oren 590 51.94%
         
District 2 X COHEN, Mike 1,008 81.69%
    COHN, Mélodie 226 18.31%
         
District 3 X BERKU, Dida    
         
District 4   BANON, Eric 304 28.87%
  X ERDELYI, Steven 749 71.13%
         
District 5   ESSIMINY, Armand 161 10.73%
  X KUJAVSKY, Mitch 837 55.80%
    LEVINE, Allan J. 502 33.47%
         
District 6   NASHEN, Glenn J. 571 43.86%
  X TORDJMAN, David 731 56.14%
         
District 7 X BENIZRI, Sidney 919 79.98%
    SERERO LORAN, Matitya 230 20.02%
         
District 8   ASSOULINE, Monique 412 33.07%
  X KOVAC, Ruth 834 66.93%

Election day: Sunday, November 5, 2017

Election day is Sunday, November 5, 2017 from 10:00am to 8:00pm. Check the yellow card you received in the mail for polling place information. For more information, visit the election page.

Heywood overpass closed from Wednesday morning (Nov. 8) to Thursday (Nov. 9) at 5pm

The Heywood overpass will be closed in both directions from Wednesday, November 8, 2017 morning until Thursday, November 9 at 7pm. It's being closed so the contractor have pour asphalt and complete the renovation.

 

 

Halloween costume winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Côte Saint-Luc Halloween On Ice costume contest.

  • Sarah Vischoff
  • Sofia Sira
  • Hila Cohen
  • Everett Penner
  • Nathan Manel
  • Adam Abouchakra
  • Liana Benigaminov
  • Paris Solermanipan
  • Kaitlyn Caron
  • Diana Lebbadi
  • Lia Gadshi
  • William Schwartz

You can see photos from the event, which took place on Sunday, October 29, 2017 at the Samuel Moskovitch Arena:

> Facebook

> Google Photos

 

Flu vaccination schedule

Keep your distance from the flu

Beginning in the fall and continuing in winter, the Influenza (flu) vaccine is free for people at high risk and people in close contact with them:

  • Children aged 6 to 23 months old
  • People aged 60 years and over
  • People with chronic illnesses
  • Healthy pregnant women in their second or third trimester
  • People in contact with babies under 6 months old
  • Health network workers

The flu vaccine is available at the CLSC René-Cassin (Quartier Cavendish Mall) at the date and times listed below. Bring your health insurance card.

 

DATE

SCHEDULE

 

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Friday, November 3, 2017

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Monday, November 6, 2017

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Thursday, November 9, 2017

10am to 6pm

8am to 3pm

8am to 3pm

10am to 6pm

10am to 6pm

noon to 7pm

 

Info: http://www.ciusss-centreouestmtl.gouv.qc.ca/en/care-and-services/vaccination/

 

UPDATE: Remembrance Day Commemoration on Friday, November 10 at City Hall

UPDATE: A Remembrance Day Commemoration takes place on Friday, November 10 at 11am at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.