The CSDC, Villes Régions Monde and the Centre de recherche sur les politiques et le développement social organize a roundtable on the
Quebec Municipal Elections 2021*
*the event will be held in French.
Where and when: Wednesday, October 27, from 11:30am to 1pm. Room B-3280, Jean-Brillant building, Université de Montréal, and online.
Hybrid event: the roundtable will be a hybrid event. When you register, select “Registration (online) if you want to attend remotely, or select “Registration (in person)” if you want to attend in person. Please note that the allowed number of in person tickets is limited.
About: The goal of the roundtable is to assess the research on municipal elections in Quebec, including on the electoral participation (participation, who votes, why, etc.), and on representation issues (who are the candidates, why, what are the challenges of a municipal career, what are the diversity issues, the political parties, etc.).
- Laurence Bherer (Université de Montréal)
- Éric Bélanger (McGill)
- Sandra Breux (INRS)
- Philippe Dubois (Université Laval)
- Anne Mévellec (Université d’Ottawa)
- Masks: mandatory at all time (except for the panelists)
- No proof of vaccination required
- No food
- Please stay seated during the roundtable