As tradition dictates in Blainville, on October 6, the City paid tribute to former mayor Richard Perreault, who served from 2013 to 2021, by naming the VIP room of the Center of Excellence on ice (Centre d’excellence sur glace.)
“It was natural to associate his name with hockey since before politics, Richard taught this sport and even created a hockey concentration at Lucille-Teasdale high school. He also chaired the Board of Directors of the Center of Excellence on Ice from 2014 to 2021,” said Mayor Liza Poulin.
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Under the administration of Richard Perreault, the City of Blainville continued its growth and development while rigorously controlling its public finances. Residents owe to the leadership of this mayor the development of large woodlands at the Equestrian Park, Plan-Bouchard and Fauvel lakes and the development of a large part of the territory made up of natural environments. It was also under the leadership of Richard Perreault that the Paul-Mercier library was completed, and the new municipal workshops were built. It should also be noted that Mr. Perreault also represented the district of Alençon on the municipal council from 2005 to 2013. The city of Blainville council wished a very heartfelt “Happy retirement and thank you, Richard Perreault!”
On the photo: (from left to right) Patrick Marineau, Hirondelles district councillor, Serge Paquette, Saint-Rédempteur district councillor, Stéphane Dufour, Coteau district councillor, Jean-François Pinard, Henri-Dunant district councillor, Richard Perreault, the Mayor Liza Poulin, Marie-Claude Collin, district councilor for Blainvillier, Marie-Claude Perron, district councillor for Fontainebleau, Francis Allaire, district councilor for Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption, Stéphane Bertrand, district councillor for Alençon, and Philippe Magnenat , Plan-Bouchard district councillor.