General Management

General management

General Manager: Julie Boyer: jboyer@cantondegore.qc.ca
450-562-2025 ext. 3531 
 

The general director ensures the link between the various municipal departments and the elected officials, so as to offer the best services to the residents. It assumes all planning, organization and direction of all municipal activities, in order to achieve the priorities and objectives of the council. It also promotes the quality of relations between administrative staff and residents. 
 
Assistant Director General: Dominique Aubry: daubry@cantondegore.qc.ca 450-562-2025 ext. 3536 
 
The Assistant Director General assists the Director General in her mandate and deals more specifically with the Public Works Department and the coordination of the municipal inspectors.

  • Access to information

    Access to information

    As a public body, the Municipality of the Township of Gore is subject to the Act on Access to Documents Held by Public Bodies and the Protection of Personal Information. 
     
    A person may request access to a document produced or a personal document archived at the Municipality. A person may also request the correction of personal information concerning him or her. Personal information is defined as information that relates to a specific person and that makes it possible to identify him or her. This information is confidential and can not be communicated without the consent of the person concerned.

    How to make a request for information

    An access to information request must contain:

    • The detailed description of the documents you want to access;
    • Your details.

    To apply, send your request to Mrs. Julie Boyer by mail to the municipality, by fax (450-562-5424), or by email to jboyer@cantondegore.qc.ca. The response time is 20 days from the date of receipt of the request. However, this period may be extended by 10 days upon notice.

    Consultation mode

    The right of access is exercised by on-site consultation during normal working hours or by obtaining copies of the document. Access to a document by consultation at the municipal office is free. When the applicant chooses to obtain copies of the document, he must pay the fees prescribed in the Tarification Municipal By-law, which is established by the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction and transmission of documents and Personal Information (see A-2.1, r.1.1).

    Whatever the method of consultation chosen by the applicant, he must first make a written request with a response time of 20 days.

    For more information, visit the website of the
    Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information.