Would you like to ask elected officials on the agglomeration council a question? You can do so in person or in writing.
A public question and answer period is held during each meeting, whether ordinary or extraordinary.
Each person may ask only one question. The chair of the meeting can limit the number of questions on a given topic to three. The public question and answer period ends when time is up or when there are no more questions.
Questions in person
To ask a question in person, you must register at the Édifice Lucien-Saulnier between 3 and 4:30 p.m. The order of questions is determined by a random draw.
Questions in writing
Written questions can be submitted using the form below before the start of the meeting, or by mail. They are read by the chair.
The agglomeration council meets at city hall (Édifice Lucien-Saulnier) and its meetings are Webcast.
No matter whether it is an attachment or a link, the Web form can no longer be used to submit documents related to your questions.
Maître Emmanuel Tani-Moore
Montréal, QC H2Y 1B5
1. Draft your question
Your letter must contain:
- the name of the elected official to whom your question is addressed
- the elected official to whom your question is addressed
2. Send in your question
We must receive your question at least 15 business days prior to the date of the city council session.