Each month, the Town’s elected officials welcome you to a regular Council meeting. Attend the meetings not only to learn about decisions affecting the Town’s operations but also to ask questions.
Check our calendar to learn the date of the next meeting and click the button on the right side of this page to view the related documents, namely the agendas, minutes of meeting and public notices.
Please note that minutes of meeting are posted on the website only once they have been approved by Council, usually the month after the meeting concerned. The agendas are usually posted on the Friday before the meeting.
Recordings of the Council meetings
Past Council meetings can be listened to or viewed online. Recorded in audio or video format, the meetings are posted on the Town’s YouTube channel.
Code of Ethics and Good Conduct for the Elected Officials
By-law No. 1464 Concerning the Code of Ethics and Good Conduct for the Elected Officials of Town of Mount Royal.
Town Clerk's Report on Ethics and Good Conduct Training for the Elected Officials of Town of Mount Royal. (In French Only)
New Electoral Map
New electoral districts have been created since the November 7, 2021 election. The Town is divided into eight electoral districts.
Peter J. Malouf
Peter J. Malouf was elected as the 16th Mayor of the Town of Mount Royal in the 2021 general election with 55,47 % of the votes.
Mayor Peter Malouf was elected to preside over Town of Mount Royal's municipal council and to help guide and develop policies and protocols that ensure the quality of life in the Town. The mayor also represents the interests of the Town’s citizens on the Montreal Urban Agglomeration Council.
Councillor for District No. 1, Antoine Tayar. Elected with 54,89 % of the votes in the 2021 general election.
Antoine Tayar is a seasoned professional with extensive international experience working with leading global companies in Canada and around the world, private regional companies and startups. He is recognized for building trust-based relationships and strategic networks and partnerships.
Maryam Kamali Nezhad
Councillor for District No. 2, Maryam Kamali Nezhad. Elected with 53,85 % of the votes in the 2021 general election.
A hydraulic engineer since 1996, Maryam holds a PhD in hydraulics and hydrology from the Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble (INPG)’s École d’ingénieur, in France. During her graduate studies, she developed remarkable technical versatility in engineering. She completed her postdoctoral studies at the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) in Quebec City and then worked at the Centre d’expertise hydrique du Québec (CEHQ).
Councillor for District No. 3, Daniel Pilon. Elected with 57.42% of the votes in the 2021 general election.
Daniel holds a master’s degree in urban planning from the Université de Montréal and worked in the municipal sector for nearly 40 years before retiring in 2019. He was Director General of MRC Les Moulins for 33 years, working in all spheres of urban planning, land use planning and transit.
Councillor for District No. 4, Maya Chammas. Elected with 53.48% of the votes in the 2021 general election.
Maya is a trained recreologist and an entrepreneur. She currently divides her time between her volunteer work and running her business, Dose of Happy, a company she created in 2018 that specializes in community and recreational programming. In 2016, Maya founded Move for a cure, a non-profit organization whose mission is to raise funds for medical research through fitness-based events.
Councillor for District No. 5, Julie Halde. Elected with 51.97% of the votes in the 2021 general election.
Julie boasts over 20 years’ experience in strategy consulting. She has also worked in the areas of social enterprise strategy and diversity and inclusion. She currently manages a small family investment fund supporting a startup.
Councillor for District No. 6, Caroline Decaluwe. Elected with 51.60% of the votes in the 2021 general election.
Architect and member of the Quebec Association of Architects since 2010, Caroline has worked in Montreal and Toronto on a large spectrum of architectural and urban projects (urban planning, feasibility studies, programming & regulations analysis, design & construction, etc). Prior to being an architect, Caroline graduated in finance and economics from HEC Montreal and worked in various divisions in a multinational firm (General Electric) in financial planning & analysis, accounting and cost management, real estate and process improvements (black belt).
Councillor for District No. 7, Sébastien Dreyfuss. Elected with 50.74% of the votes in the 2021 general election.
Sébastien grew up in Mount Royal, where he lived until he turned 30. He got involved in his town’s activities from an early age, first as a hockey player and then as a minor league hockey coach. After completing a degree in German studies from Université de Montréal and a communications degree from UQAM, Sébastien continued his studies in Koblenz, Germany.
Councillor for District No. 8, Sophie Séguin. Elected with 66.43% of the votes in the 2021 general election.
Sophie Séguin holds a bachelor’s degree in actuarial science and an Executive MBA. She has been working in the financial services industry for over 25 years. She began her career in a financial institution, worked with a large pension plan consultant, and provided her expertise to an insurance company before creating her own consulting firm in 2006.