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Anne-Marie Sigouin is a Canadian politician, who serves on Montreal City Council as representative for the Saint-Paul–Émard–Saint-Henri-Ouest district in the borough of Le Sud-Ouest.[1]

Anne-Marie Sigouin
Montreal City Councillor for Saint-Paul–Émard–Saint-Henri-Ouest
Assumed office
2013
Preceded byDaniel Bélanger
Personal details
Political partyProjet Montréal
ResidenceMontreal, Quebec

A member of the Projet Montréal political party, she was first elected in the 2013 municipal election and subsequently reelected in the 2017 election. She was also named by Mayor Valérie Plante as a designated councillor on the Ville-Marie borough council, which includes two city councillors from elsewhere in the city chosen by the mayor.

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