Here are all the mayors elected across the Outaouais

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Pierre Guénard secured his seat as the new mayor for Chelsea, Que., after running nearly unopposed.  (Hugo Belanger/Radio-Canada - image credit)
Pierre Guénard secured his seat as the new mayor for Chelsea, Que., after running nearly unopposed. (Hugo Belanger/Radio-Canada - image credit)

Residents in western Quebec hit the polls Sunday for their municipal elections and we have compiled all of the election results.

Some municipalities will see new faces, including in Gatineau where France Bélisle became the first woman elected as mayor.

After losing in 2017, David Gomes defeated Aimé Sabourin to become the new mayor of Cantley. Gomes served three terms as municipal councillor in Val-des-Monts and now he takes over for Madeleine Brunette, who chose not to seek re-election.

Here are all the newly elected or re-elected mayors across the Outaouais:

  • Alleyn-et-Cawood: Carl Mayer

  • Boileau: Jean-Marc Chevalier

  • Bryson: Alain Gagnon

  • Cantley: David Gomes

  • Cayamant: Nicolas Malette

  • Chelsea: Pierre Guénard

  • Chénéville: Maxime Proulx-Cadieux

  • Déléage: Anne Potvin

  • Denholm: Gaétan Guindon

  • Fort-Coulonge: Christine Francoeur

  • Kazabazua: Robert Bergeron

  • Lac-des-Plages: Richard Jean

  • Lac-Simon: Jean-Paul Descoeurs

  • L'Ange Gardien: Marc Louis-Seize

  • La Pêche: Guillaume Lamoureux

  • L'Isle-aux-Allumettes: Corey Spence

  • Mansfield-et-Pontefract: Sandra Armstrong

  • Montpellier: Stéphane Séguin

  • Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix: Myriam Cabana

  • Plaisance: Micheline Cloutier

  • Pontiac: Roger Larose

  • Portage-du-Fort: Lynne Judd-Cameron

  • Rapides-des-Joachims: Doug Rousselle

  • Saint-André-Avellin: Jean-René Carrière

  • Saint-Sixte: Matthew MacDonald-Charbonneau

  • Shawville: Bill William McCleary

  • Thorne: Karen Daly Kelly

  • Val-des-Monts: Jules Dagenais

Mayors who won without opposition

In Chelsea, Que., councillor Pierre Guénard came very close to running unopposed until Shelley Fraser signed up last minute a few weeks ago.

Despite her efforts, the unilingual Anglophone could not upend Guénard, who is the new mayor-elect of Chelsea, winning with 1,650 votes.

Guénard has held several key positions in the municipality over his past two terms, including head of the recreation committee and the natural resources committee.

Here are the mayors already elected without opposition:

  • Aumond: Alphée Moreau

  • Blue Sea: Laurent Fortin

  • Bouchette: Pierre Lacasse

  • Bowman: Gaston Donovan

  • Bristol: Brent Orr

  • Campbell's Bay: Maurice Beauregard

  • Chichester: Donald Gagnon

  • Duhamel: David Pharand

  • Egan-Sud: Neil Gagnon

  • Fassett: François Clermont

  • Grand-Remous: Jocelyne Lyrette

  • Lac-Sainte-Marie: Cheryl Sage-Christensen

  • Litchfield: Colleen Larivière

  • Lochaber: Alain Gamache

  • Lochaber-Part-West: Pierre Renaud

  • Low: Carole Robert

  • Maniwaki: Francine Fortin

  • Messines: Ronald Cross

  • Mulgrave-et-Derry: Marcel Beaubien

  • Namur: Gilbert Dardel

  • Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours: Carol Fortier

  • Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette: Antonin Brunet

  • Otter Lake: Terry Lafleur

  • Sainte-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau: Roch Carpentier

  • Sheenboro: Doris Venasse Ranger

  • Ripon: Luc Desjardins

  • Thurso: Benoit Lauzon

  • Val-des-Bois: Roland Montpetit

  • Waltham: Odette Godin

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