The Town is represented and its affairs are administered by its Council. The Council of the Village of Senneville is constituted of one mayor who represents the interests of the municipality overall and six (6) councillors who represent each a district. To know the name of your councillor, please consult the following list of addresses divided into the six electoral districts.
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The agglomeration council, which came into existence on January 1, 2006, is headed by the mayor of Montréal and consists of 31 elected officials representing all the municipalities on the island of Montréal, specifically:
- The mayor of Montréal
- 15 members of Montréal’s city council
- 14 mayors of reconstituted municipalities (L'Île-Dorval and Dorval have one representative)
- An additional representative from Dollard-Des Ormeaux (because of the size of its population), selected by the mayor of Dollard-Des Ormeaux.
The agglomeration is structured democratically. The mayor names 15 elected officials to the agglomeration council, who continue their terms as city councillors. The city council determines the direction that elected officials take as part of the agglomeration council. The same goes for mayors of reconstituted cities, whose respective city councils determine the orientations of their work with the agglomeration council.
The ASM represents 15 municipalities on the Island of Montreal, with a combined total population of some 243 000 citizens.
There municipalities are Baie D’Urfé, Beaconsfield, Côte-Saint-Luc, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Dorval, Dorval Island, Hampstead, Kirkland, Montreal East, Montreal West, Mount Royal, Pointe-Claire, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Senneville and Westmount.
The Village of Senneville welcomes you to its website.
Our intent is to provide you with useful information to keep you informed on current and upcoming events, public notices and civic reminders in a timely fashion.
Furthermore, we hope that the website serves as a practical introduction to our community for all newcomers, those who are considering a move to Senneville, coming for a visit or just wishing to learn more about the Village and the region.
We will continue to improve the information and presentation of the material. Our website will constantly evolve and change reflecting the wide assortment of activities and events occurring in the Village. Your comments and suggestions are welcome and important to us. They can only help us give you a website worthy of its residents.
Our kindest regards,
The Village Council
A resident of Senneville since 2003, Julie Brisebois began her career in public service in 2009 as a member of Council. Over the past eight years, she has served on multiple committees including chairing the Finance and Administration Committee. A Certified Public Accountant (CPA, CA), Ms. Brisebois previously worked for the international audit and consulting firm - KPMG in both Quebec and Switzerland, for Capital International - asset manager and for theCaisse de dépôt et placement du Québec. She raises her three daughters in Senneville with her husband Mark.
François Vaqué has lived in Senneville for the past eighteen years. First elected to Council in 2014, Mr. Vaqué is an active member of the community, and previously served on the Planning Advisory Committee (PAC). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Trade from Rouen, France, a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Université du Québec à Montréal, and an MBA from the University of Ottawa. A professional consultant with expertise in strategic planning and communications, Mr. Vaqué has provided expert counsel to some of the country’s most prestigious firms including Cohn & Wolfe, Centaurus, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg, KPMG and more. He raises his three children in Senneville with his wife Anne.
A resident of Senneville since 2005, Alain Savoie has been involved with the Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) for the past two years and his family are active members of the municipal pool. A mechanic by trade, Mr. Savoie works in the family business and has over twenty years’ experience in business management, particularly in the mini-warehouse industry. He is the proud father of two daughters, Justine and Maxime.
A resident of Senneville for the past twenty years, Christopher Jackson previously served on Council in 2005, was a member of the Planning Advisory Committee (PAC), and chaired the Finance Committee. A Certified Management Accountant (CMA) who graduated from McGill University, he worked in the manufacturing and software industries. Committed to his community, Mr. Jackson currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Senneville Yacht Club. He has coached children’s soccer, basketball and rugby. He lives in Senneville with his wife Maryse who has also been an active participant in Senneville’s pool and triathlon committees.
Michelle Jackson Trepanier spent the first twenty-four years of her life in Senneville and returned to the village to raise her family in 2002. A committed volunteer, Ms. Jackson Trepanier has been actively involved in Senneville’s community life, and co-chaired the Pool Committee, the Triathlon Committee and coordinated the village’s Neighborhood Watch Program. She holds a Bachelor of Education from McGill University and taught elementary school in Montreal, London (England) and Zimbabwe. She currently volunteers at Trafalgar School for Girls, Loyola High School and with the Lakeshore Hockey and Soccer clubs. Michelle Jackson Trepanier lives in Senneville with her husband Mark and their two children.
Dennis Dicks has lived in Senneville with his wife Yoshiko since 1993 and has served on Town Council since 2009. He retired from Concordia University in 2008, after a long career in the field of educational technology. A native of Ottawa, Mr. Dicks attended Carleton University, the University of Chicago, and Imperial College, London. When not busy with Council business, he enjoys playing hockey, sailing, biking, travelling and babysitting his four granddaughters. Two of his three children, spouses and their families are all residents of Senneville.
First elected to Council in 2005, Peter Csenar has spent the last twelve years representing the residents of District 6. Prior to his election, he served on the Senneville Demerger and Transition (SCCT) Committees, was a Block Captain in the Neighbourhood Watch program and was a member of the Planning Advisory Committee (PAC). He also served as a Warden and part of the Pastoral Council at Corpus Christi Parish. Retired from Nortel in 2006 after twenty-six years in business planning, he is presently semi-retired with a small private practice. Mr. Csenar has been married to Doris Richards for the past forty years. The couple have resided in Senneville for twenty-five years and have four adult children and three grandchildren living in the surrounding area.