2013 Municipal Election – The Projet Montréal team in Pierrefonds-Roxboro is complete
Michael Labelle, the candidate for mayor of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, is pleased to introduce two new candidates, completing the Projet Montréal team in the borough. Lisa Sirignano and Nathalie Morin will be candidates for borough councillor in the districts of Cap Saint-Jacques and Bois-de-Liesse, respectively. They will join Eric McCarty and Sameer Zuberi, both candidates for city councillor in those districts.
Both candidates are parents and have been residents of Pierrefonds-Roxboro for the last twenty years. Nathalie Morin has been involved in a number of school committees which eventually led her to the position of school commissioner for Pierrefonds-Roxboro in 2007. She holds a certificate in advertising from Concordia University and is currently pursuing a degree in Information and Library Technologies.
Lisa Sirignano is a Human Resources Management graduate and has nearly 30 years of experience in project management and training. She has also been actively involved with the local swimming pool by organizing events to support aquatic programs. Both candidates plan to work directly with residents of Pierrefonds-Roxboro to develop an urban life which is good and equitable for all. “Lisa Sirignano is a great addition to our team. She has extensive experience in management and a thorough understanding of the issues that affect our community,” said Michael Labelle.” As a school trustee, Nathalie Morin also knows the needs of our community, both present and future. She also puts her beliefs into practice, as demonstrated by her return to school now that her children are have grown,” continued the candidate for Borough Mayor.
“We now have a full team in Pierrefonds-Roxboro made up of individuals with their heart in their community and the values of Projet Montréal. They will put forward our program and adapt it to the reality of their borough. They will ensure civic management which is honest, open and transparent,” said the leader of Projet Montréal and candidate for mayor of Montreal, Richard Bergeron.