Global News will have up to the minute live Montreal and area election results from 11 p.m. to midnight on Sunday, November 3.
There will also be a live blog beginning at 8 p.m. when polls close.
How does voting work in Beaconsfield?
The territory of the municipality of Beaconsfield is divided into six electoral districts. Electors select a candidate for mayor and a councillor in their district.
Interactive ward map for the Island of Montreal
The proposed housing development in the Angell Woods has been a hot button issue for many residents worried about conserving green space in the area.
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The city of Beaconsfield also recently launched a pilot project to introduce composting – the start of long term plans to completely eliminate organic garbage in landfills.
Officials at Batshaw Youth and Family Services put the ceremonial shovel in the ground in Beaconsfield in September, marking the end of 12 years of legal battles as many local residents were concerned about the project.
Meet the candidates in Beaconfield’s mayoral race
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Global Montreal held a lively debate moderated by Jamie Orchard with the four mayoral candidates James Bonnell, Georges Bourelle, Hela Labene and Rhonda Massad.
Watch it here.
Roy Baird (Sortant)
Polls are open Sunday, November 3, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. local time.
You must be entered on the list of electors to vote. Bring either your driver’s licence, health insurance card, Canadian passport, Treaty status card or Canadian Forces ID.
District 1: Christmas Park Elementary School, 422 Beaconsfield Boulevard
Districts 2 and 3: Recreation Centre, 1974 City Lane
Districts 4 and 5: St. Paul Elementary School, 230 Sherbrooke Street
District 6: Sherwood Forest Elementary School, 313 Windermere Street