CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

LaSalle's second participatory budget process, launched last January, has reached its final stage: the start of the residents' voting period.

What is a participatory budget?

Under the theme "A living environment that reflects your aspirations", the participatory budget process aims to:

  • Introduce residents to municipal democratic life.

  • Involve residents in improving their living environment by calling on their expertise and creativity.

  • Promote social cohesion and a sense of belonging to the community.

A total of $150,000 has been budgeted to carry out innovative and creative civic projects that will make a difference on Borough territory. Nearly one hundred ideas have been received. Following development and analysis, a list of 9 projects is being submitted to LaSalle residents for a vote.

And now it's time to vote!

October 4-30, 2022, anyone living on borough of LaSalle territory who is 12 years of age or older may vote; one vote per person. However, when voting, a resident may select up to 4 projects among the 9 submitted for voting.

« Whose vote counts »


Either online : « Vote here »

Or on paper, using the special form available at the:

Bureau Accès LaSalle

55 avenue Dupras

LaSalle, Québec H8R 4A8

L'Octogone library

2101 avenue Dollard

LaSalle, Quebec H8N 2T9

Centre culturel et communautaire Henri-Lemieux

7644 rue Édouard

LaSalle, Québec H8P 1T3

Carrefour récréatif et communautaire de LaSalle

8700, rue Hardy

Montréal (Québec)

H8N 1S2

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