Presentation of Elected Officials

Madeleine Leduc

Mayor

Mayor of Rosemère since December 9, 2012, Madeleine Leduc is the mother of two and a Rosemère resident since 1981. A lawyer specializing in labour, civil and administrative law, she served as a member of Rosemère’s Municipal Council from 2008 to 2012. During that time, she sat on various municipal committees including the Human Resources Committee, the Finance Committee, the Rosemère-Lorraine Intermunicipal Fire Committee and the Urban Planning Advisory Committee. For more than 25 years, she has also been a dedicated volunteer both locally (Chair of the Board of the Rosemère OMH and Le Verdier Foundation, Sainte-Thérèse Lions Club) and regionally (Centre jeunesse des Laurentides [youth centre], CSSS Lac-des-Deux-Montagnes, Régie régionale de la santé et des services sociaux des Laurentides [health and social services board], Centre hospitalier Saint-Eustache [medical centre], Centre du Florès).


Guylaine Richer

Seat 2, in charge of sector 2

A commissioner with the Seigneurie-des-Mille-Îles School Board from 2003 to November 2014, Guylaine Richer raised her four children in Rosemère, where she has lived for 21 years. As Chair of the school board’s Executive Committee (2008) as well as its Governance and Ethics Committee, she has been called to meet significant challenges. On a community level, she has been a member of the board of governors of Alpha School and a volunteer with the Rosemère Figure Skating Club. Ms. Richer holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education.



Marie-Andrée Bonneau

Seat 3, in charge of sector 3

Marie-Andrée Bonneau was elected to the municipal council in 2013. At 31 years of age, this young mother is currently employed as administrator of interactive productions with the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). Holder of a certificate in administration and a bachelor’s degree in scenography with a profile in production management, she previously worked as a production accountant with various television production firms and the TVA Group. Ms. Bonneau sits on the board of directors of Lower Laurentians Television (TVBL).



Normand Corriveau

Seat 4, in charge of sector 4

A Rosemère resident since 1994 and a municipal councillor since 2009, Normand Corriveau has a son as well as a stepdaughter. A graduate of the HEC and the University of Montréal, he holds a degree in business administration and personnel management. During the course of his career, he has worked as an instructor, project manager, and specialist in the field of executive support and succession. In his most recent municipal mandate, he was entrusted with files relating to culture, recreation and sports, as well as human resources, urban planning and finance. In addition, he represented the Town on the board of directors of the CITL (Public Transit Corporation). Mr. Corriveau is also credited with the creation of the Rosemère International Caricature Biennial.


Eric Westram

Seat 5, in charge of sector 5

A member of the Municipal Council since 2005, Eric Westram has been a Rosemère resident since 1980. Holder of a bachelor’s degree in economics, he has been involved with major municipal files and committees, notably road safety, infrastructures, human resources, recreation, finance and commercial development. Active as a Rosemère volunteer for more than 33 years, particularly with soccer, this sales management professional has 35 years of experience in the paper and industrial equipment sectors to his credit.



Kateri Lesage

Seat 6, in charge of sector 6

Elected to the municipal council in 2013 and a Rosemère resident for 23 years, Kateri Lesage made a significant contribution to the success of the Town of Rosemère’s 50th anniversary celebrations, where she was responsible for the Arts and Culture Committee. In addition to organizing two exhibitions, she assumed responsibility for the design and production of a book on 50 years of art in Rosemère. Profits from the sale of this publication were donated to various community organizations. Ms. Lesage holds bachelor’s degrees in environmental and interior design as well as a Master’s in Environment. She teaches interior design at Marie-Victorin College.






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