Municipal election candidates announced for C.D.N.-N.D.G., Île-Bizard, Sud-Ouest

Projet Montréal and Movement Montreal unveiled the latest additions to their slates on Wednesday.
Movement Montreal candidate Joel DeBellefeuille made headlines in November 2020

Projet Montréal and Movement Montreal on Wednesday added to their slates of candidates for the municipal election in November, announcing candidacies for city council in the borough of Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and borough councils in Île-Bizard—Ste-Geneviève and the Sud-Ouest.
Movement Montreal, led by mayoral candidate Balarama Holness, announced that “human rights advocate, prominent entrepreneur, investor and strategic business person” Joel DeBellefeuille will run for city councillor under its banner in the C.D.N.-N.D.G. district of Loyola.
DeBellefeuille made headlines last November when he won what was described as a precedent-setting racial profiling case against Longueuil police.
In Île-Bizard—Ste-Geneviève, Projet Montréal, led by incumbent mayor Valérie Plante, announced that special education teacher Geneviève Delisle will run for borough councillor in the district of Jacques-Bizard.
A member of the post-mortem committee created in the wake of the floods that plagued the borough two years ago, Delisle helped prepare a guide to assist local residents in the case of similar disasters.
Projet Montréal also announced that Tan Shan Li, a specialist in information technologies and communication who advises businesses on digital transformation, will run for borough councillor in the district of St-Henri-Est—Petite-Bourgogne—Pointe-St-Charles—Griffintown.
A party communiqué announcing her candidacy noted that her concerns include durable development and ecological transition.





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