Members of the Council
Ordinary and extraordinary meetings of the municipal council are public and all citizens are welcome.
They are held on the second Monday of each month at 7:30 pm (except for the month of January and November, the meetings will be held on the third Monday, and for October, the meeting will be held on the first Monday) in the Council Chamber at 601 Chemin de la Gare, in Ivry-sur-le-Lac.
The 2022 calendar of regular meetings:
If applicable, the dates of the extraordinary sessions will be communicated through our website.
Code of Ethics
All municipal elected officers must respect the rules of conduct and be guided by the values of the Code d’éthique et de déontologie des élus municipaux of Ivry-sur-le-Lac.
Mandotary training for elected officials
Mandatory Training for Elected Officials
In accordance with section 15 of the Loi sur l’éthique et la déontologie en matière municipale, all newly elected and re-elected members of the municipal council must take ethics and professional conduct training within six months of taking office.
The Municipality of Ivry-sur-le-Lac is required to publish the list of elected officials who have completed the mandatory ethics training.
Mayor – André Ibghy – Training completed March 8, 2022
Councillor no. 1 – Julia Ann Wilkins – Training completed March 8, 2022
Councillor #2 – David Lisbona – Completed March 8, 2022
Advisor #3 – Gabriella Opas – Training completed March 8, 2022
Advisor #4 – Julia Bourke – Training completed March 8, 2022
Councillor #5 – Maxime Arcand – Training taken on March 8, 2022
Councillor #6 – Jean-Pierre Charette – Training taken on March 8, 2022
Remuneration of the Elected Officers
Elected officers are paid under the Wages for Elected Municipal Representative Act which regulates the remuneration of elected officers, spending allowances, indexation and reimbursements.
Section 2 of the Act provides that the council of a municipality may, through by-law, fix the remuneration of its mayor and other members. To that effect, on January 21st, 2019, the municipal council adopted by-law 2018-108 repealing by-law 2017-099 establishing the salary of elected municipal officers.
Planning Advisory Committee (PAC)
The Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) is a committee mandated by the municipal council to advice on applications submitted with respect to urban planning and land use planning.
This committee is governed by the Land Use Planning and Development Act (LUPDA). It is composed of at least one municipal council member and residents appointed by resolution of the municipal council. In Ivry-sur-le-Lac, the PAC has one elected officer and five citizens. The term of office of the members-citizens is two years and is renewable.
The PAC’s decisions are relayed to the council as recommendations. The council has the freedom to accept or not accept the PAC’s recommendation. The council may also ask the PAC to analyze any other project or specific request for urban planning and land use planning.
For more information on the role of the PAC, please refer to the website of the website of the Department of Municipal Affairs and Housing
To become aware of the dates of the next meetings of the PAC, see the 2022 calendar. However, please note that a meeting can be canceled in the absence of topics to be discussed; it is always better to get information about these meetings before attending.
- Mr. Jean-Pierre Charette, Municipal Councillor representative and President of the PAC
- Ms. Corina Enoais, Citizen
- Ms. Christine Harkness, Citizen
- Mr. Louis-Philippe Dorion, Citizen
- Mr. Gilles Fortin, Citizen
- Mr. Elliot Berzan, Citizen
- Mrs. Marie-France Matteau, General Director
- Mrs. Mylène Thibault, Administrative assistant for urban planning, roads and citizen services
Balance of Boating Behaviour versus Code Enforcement: Ms. Julia-Ann Wilkins
Finance: Mr. David Lisbona
Environmental Policy and recommendations for consequential regulatory changes: Ms. Julia Bourke
Environmental literacy: Ms. Gabriela Opas
Human Resources: Mr. André Ibghy
Roads: Mr. Maxime Arcand