The Anjou electoral geography is divided into three electoral profiles and districts. A division based on the electoral total members of the borough and on the socio-economic maps and profiles provided by the latest Statistics Canada five-year census.
The Anjou borough is number 4 out of the 19 boroughs of the City of Montreal in terms of population, number 6 in terms of area and also number 6 in terms of density.
The borough shares its borders with three other boroughs and one city, the Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles borough, the Saint-Léonard borough, the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough and the Ville de Montréal-Est.
According to the Elector's Manual provided by Élections Montréal, when the next mayor and councillors election takes place in November 2021, the residents of Anjou will vote for the following electoral offices.
The borough council of Anjou is composed of five (5) electoral members.
The services offered to the residents of the Anjou borough and to all the other boroughs of the City of Montreal are divided into four sections.
The first section is related to Permits, Regulations and Authorisations and the three others are related to three different categories of services all under the jurisdiction of the elected Borough Mayor and Borough Council of Anjou.
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During the last decades, the borough of Anjou witnessed the arrival of many families from a variety of cultural communities. Among them, Algeria, Haiti, Morocco, Italy and Portugal.
Also interesting, Anjou is known for its parks, its trees, its green spaces and its industrial park with its many factories and industrial businesses specialised in furniture, textile, food processing and transport equipment.
Three polling subdivisions maps are made available by Élections Montréal, one for each of the three electoral districts of the Anjou borough.