Harout Chitilian Appointed as Deputy Mayor

Press Release, 12 July 2010

Monday, July 5, 2010, The Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough Council unanimously appointed Harout Chitilian deputy mayor of the borough for the period spanning from September 1 to December 31, 2010. Already a City Councilor for the district of Bordeaux-Cartierville and Associate Counsel to the Executive Committee, Mr. Chitilian will act as an alternate representative for the mayor of Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Mr. Pierre Gagnier.

Press Release, 12 July 2010

Monday, July 5, 2010, The Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough Council unanimously appointed Harout Chitilian deputy mayor of the borough for the period spanning from September 1 to December 31, 2010. Already a City Councilor for the district of Bordeaux-Cartierville and Associate Counsel to the Executive Committee, Mr. Chitilian will act as an alternate representative for the mayor of Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Mr. Pierre Gagnier.

Councilor Chitilian serves on the Board of the Corporation of Economic and Community Development (CEDC) of the Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal MR3 Relève and the executive committee of the Regional Conference of Elected Representatives of Montreal.

Keghart.com team congratulates Harout Chitilian on this occasion and wishes him all the success in his public career.
 

5 comments
  1. Congrats!

    Way to go Harut! It’s exhilarating to see a young person achieve so much in such a short time thanks to the youth. Kudos!!
  2. Best wishes and

    Best wishes and congratulations to Mr. Chitilian. We need more young people like him–Armenians who have a foot in both communities–Armenian and odar.
  3. Bravo!

    We should encourage every Armenian to reach similar positions, irrespective of their political affiliations. Armenian political parties should unite and support Harout and others by all means possible. The final rewards will be enjoyed by all Armenians!
  4. A+++

    This guy is a true Superman!  In such a short period of time he got the respect of many Canadian politicians and got promoted over and over again.

  5. Wonderful Harout
     

    I might not have believed the good things that I hear about Harout if I hadn’t met him at a private party in my friend’s house a couple of weeks ago.

    He was fluent in Armenian (a very encouraging fact and a big plus), fluent in English and French, very handsome, a graduate of AGBU Armen-Quebec school (Montreal), politically very mature, open and a scientific minded intellectual. Harout impressed me so deeply that I proposed him to come to Los Angeles and meet my students and the Armenian community. I am sure he’ll impress all ages of Armenians especially the youth and encourage them to go into politics.

    Canadian Armenians should be proud to have such a promising young politician in their community.
     

    Minas Kojayan
    Teacher 

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