Sherbrooke City Council

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The Sherbrooke City Council (in French: Conseil municipal de Sherbrooke) is the governing body for the mayor–council government in the city of Sherbrooke, in the Estrie region of Quebec. The council consists of a mayor and 14 councillors.

The councillors each sit both on the main city council and on separate borough councils, which serve a similar function for business that the city delegates to its boroughs instead of to the primary government. The city's smallest borough, Lennoxville, elects only a single representative to the main city council, and elects two representatives who serve only as borough councillors and do not sit on the main citywide body. In the three larger boroughs, however, only the borough's regular city councillors sit on the borough council.

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Councillors[edit]

Elected in the 2017 municipal elections

Borough District Representative Party
Mayor (at-large) Steve Lussier   Independent
1 Brompton–Rock Forest–Saint-Élie–Deauville
Deauville Pierre Tremblay   Independent
Rock Forest Annie Godbout   Independent
Saint-Élie Julien Lachance   Independent
Brompton Nicole Bergeron*   Independent
2 Fleurimont
Hôtel-Dieu Rémi Demers   Independent
Desranleau Danielle Berthold   Independent (elected for Renouveau sherbrookois)
Quatre-Saisons Vincent Boutin*   Independent (elected for Renouveau sherbrookois)
Pin-Solitaire Pierre Avard   Independent
3 Lennoxville
Lennoxville Claude Charron*   Independent
Upland (borough council) Jennifer Garfat   Independent
Fairview (borough council) Bertrand Collins   Independent
4 Des Nations
Université Paul Gingues   Independent
Ascot Karine Godbout   Independent
Lac-des-Nations Chantal L'Espérance*   Independent
Golf Marc Deneault   Independent
Carrefour Évelyne Beaudin   Sherbrooke citoyen

* Borough presidents

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