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Last updated: 03/03/2017
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Council members

Mr. Robert Grimaudo, Mayor

Mr. Robert Grimaudo, Mayor 450 424-8000 poste 223

Mrs. Lise Jolicoeur, district 1 councillor

Mrs Lise Jolicoeur, district 1 councillor A native of Quebec City, Lise Nadeau Jolicoeur moved to Saint-Lazare in 2003 with her husband and two children. She obtained a diploma of collegial studies in business administration in 1974 and worked mainly in payroll and human resources in the field of social affairs. In 2011, her daughter Patricia passed away after 50 months in a semi-vegetative state following a tragic accident. Lise and her family will never forget the support they received from the Saint-Lazare residents and business community. She will be forever grateful.

450-424-8000 ext.301

Mrs. Pamela Tremblay, district 2 councillor

Mrs Pamela Tremblay, district 2 councillor A Saint-Lambert native living in Saint-Lazare with her family since 2010, Pamela Tremblay quickly joins in the community life of her adopted city. Long before her election in November 2013, she is well known by many residents, as much for her attendance and participation at municipal assemblies as for her efforts to save the Dunes Woods Forest.

A registered nurse since 1992, Mrs. Tremblay is currently redirecting her career. Her constant will to be of service to others drives her to pursue her studies in Political Science at Concordia University.

As a city councillor, she choses to get involved in two municipal committees that are of significant importance to her: the CCU in order to help preserve Saint-Lazare’s country charm and the CCSM in order to promote public safety. Always attentive to the needs of her constituents, Mrs. Tremblay remains determined to make sound decisions that are in the best interest of the community and with a constant consideration for the future.

450-424-8000 ext. 302

Mrs. Brigitte Asselin, district 3 councillor

Mrs Brigitte Asselin, district 3 councillor Municipal politics are Brigitte Asselin’s passion. She believes in transparency, open dialogue, integrity and harmony and her decisions as a member of council are based on these values.

Brigitte Asselin was born in Saint-Lazare where she lives with her husband and three children. In her 25 years as a volunteer for various organizations, she was named volunteer of the year no less than three times for her significant contribution to the community. In 2012, she was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal for her dedicated service to her peers, to her community and to Canada.

As coordinator of a group of partners for a healthy lifestyle, she is in daily contact with towns and municipalities, community and sport organizations, school boards and public institutions.

Brigitte Asselin began her political career in the 1999 by-election. In November 2002, she was elected municipal councillor for District 3.

Families have always been at the heart of her concerns and she wants to further initiatives that meet the growing needs and interests of Saint-Lazare families and make a difference in their everyday life. Road safety, the sound management of the Town’s finances, preserving the environment and our town’s rural character and developing sports and community activities are all of great importance to her. And maintaining a high level of satisfaction among residents of all ages remains her top priority.

450-424-8000 ext. 303

Mr. Marc-André Esculier, district 4 councilor

Mr. Marc-André Esculier, district 4 councilor Close to 9 years of military service in the Air Force. An academic career marked by a one-year mandate to implement Francophonie courses at the military college in Kingston, Ontario followed by 3 years of teaching.

35 years’ commercial experience at the national and international level.

Founder (2004), administrator and coordinator of what is now considered the 2nd-largest shoe trade show in Canada (open-air concept).

450-424-8000 poste 304

Mr. Serge David, district 5 councillor

Mr Serge David, district 5 councillor Like most residents, Serge David was first charmed by Saint-Lazare’s rural setting and equestrian tradition, by its green spaces and by the quality of life it offers. So much so that he decided to settle in our fair town.

Given his interest in the public sector, he regularly attended council meetings. He registered as a candidate for the November 2013 municipal election and was elected councillor.

His main concerns: the well-being of families, environmental protection, access to recreational services and proper management of public funds without neglecting all the other aspects of community life.

Serge David strongly believes that the key to sound municipal government is a receptive, dedicated and upright council where respect and harmony prevail.

450-424-8000 ext. 305

Mr. Richard Nataf, district 6 councillor

Mr. Richard Nataf, district 6 councillor Richard Nataf has lived in Saint-Lazare for about sixteen years. A newcomer to politics, he will listen attentively to the residents of his district and all of Saint-Lazare.

Richard Nataf advocates sound, transparent management and an inclusive policy based on the values ​​of integrity and harmony. The family, the environment and animal welfare are causes that he espouses.

450-424-8000 ext. 306
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