Born in Algeria and settled in Montreal since his arrival in Canada, Salah-Eddine is the eldest of a small family of four. Being the first of his family to take the step towards higher education in Canada, Salah-Eddine has always wanted to be an example of perseverance for his little sister. He passed high school with flying colours despite all the obstacles he encountered. He started a bachelor's degree in physics at Concordia University, then headed to the École des Technologies Supérieures where he obtained his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. He is passionate about programming and design. During his university career, he participated in the design of many applications and devices to facilitate the work of health professionals -including a robot to assist pharmacists in the preparation of prescriptions and medications.
Salah-Eddine knows LaSalle inside and out. He has lived in every corner of Lasalle from Shevchenko to Dupras - so he knows the needs of this borough. His involvement in politics comes from his desire to bring a new breath and to put the real issues on the table. He understands that change comes when you participate. Today, thanks to his academic and professional background and his life experience, he feels ready to take on the responsibility of representing the people of Lasalle at Borough Council.
What motivates Jean-François Lefebvre's team for Projet Montréal in LaSalle is a deep desire to do more for the environment, culture, transportation, safety and the local economy. We want LaSalle to draw on the strength and richness of the diversity of its residents' lives and experiences to build a more resilient and equitable borough that reflects our community. Through a collaborative approach, Jean-François' team wants the borough's 76,853 residents to thrive with safe and inclusive facilities and infrastructure for today and tomorrow.See more