2001 Quebec municipal elections

Several municipalities in the Canadian province of Quebec held elections on November 4, 2001, to elect mayors, reeves, and city councillors. The most closely watched contest was in the newly amalgamated city of Montreal, where Gérald Tremblay defeated incumbent Pierre Bourque.[1]



Mayor of Longueuil[2]
Candidate Party Vote %
  Jacques OlivierParti municipal Rive-Sud - Équipe Jacques Olivier75,70762.0%
  Marguerite Pearson RichardRalliement démocratique - Équipe Marguerite Pearson Richard46,30838.0%
  Total valid votes122,015100%


2001 Montreal municipal election results: Mayor of Montreal


2001 Mont-Saint-Michel municipal election, Mayor
Candidate Total votes % of total votes Notes
(x)Roger Lapointe acclaimed .

Source: Élections municipales 2001 - Résultats des élections pour le poste de maire, Affaires municipales, Régions et Occupation du territoire Québec.


2001 Potton municipal election, Mayor of Potton
Candidate Total votes % of total votes Notes
Claude Laplume 625 69.60
(x)André Marcoux 273 30.40
Total valid votes 898 100.00

Source: "Election 2001 Sherbrooke & Townships," Sherbrooke Record, 6 November 2001, p. 5.


  1. Jeff Heinrich, "New city, new mayor," Montreal Gazette, 5 November 2001, A1.
  2. "Jacques Olivier est déclaré vainqueur à Longueuil" (in French). TVA Nouvelles. 2001-11-04. Retrieved 19 October 2013.
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