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  • Three new candidates join the Ensemble Montréal team in Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

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  • Ensemble Montréal presents two new candidates in the borough of Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

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  • Lionel Perez will run for mayor of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

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  • Ensemble Montréal Presents Its Candidates In The Boroughs Of Pierrefonds-Roxboro And Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève For The Municipal Elections

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    “Together, let’s give ourselves the means to achieve our ambitions and rediscover Montreal”
    – Denis Coderre, Leader of Ensemble Montréal

    While the need to rally around the same social project has never been felt so strongly in Montreal, citizens have never been so divided by an administration that governs for its militant base rather than for the two million residents. Ensemble Montréal proposes to bring together citizens who want more balance and less ideology. Montrealers want an inclusive administration that makes room for bicycles and cars, the environment and development, in neighbourhoods and downtown. Living better together means, first of all, knowing how to listen to each other’s points of view. Whether in the boroughs or at the Town Hall, our elected officials listen attentively to all concerns in order to imagine an accessible city, oriented on the citizen experience and the efficient delivery of services. Montreal is a city with a strong identity, which vibrates to the rhythm of its culture, commercial vitality and diversity. To love Montreal is first of all to make room for all Montrealers.

    “Together, let’s give ourselves the means to achieve our ambitions and rediscover Montreal”
    – Denis Coderre, Leader of Ensemble Montréal

    While the need to rally around the same social project has never been felt so strongly in Montreal, citizens have never been so divided by an administration that governs for its militant base rather than for the two million residents. Ensemble Montréal proposes to bring together citizens who want more balance and less ideology. Montrealers want an inclusive administration that makes room for bicycles and cars, the environment and development, in neighbourhoods and downtown. Living better together means, first of all, knowing how to listen to each other’s points of view. Whether in the boroughs or at the Town Hall, our elected officials listen attentively to all concerns in order to imagine an accessible city, oriented on the citizen experience and the efficient delivery of services. Montreal is a city with a strong identity, which vibrates to the rhythm of its culture, commercial vitality and diversity. To love Montreal is first of all to make room for all Montrealers.

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