The 16th mayor of
Town of Mount Royal
Entrepreneur, community leader and former sport center owner
Peter is passionate about sports.
Peter and his wife Carol were born and raised in the town and raised their five children here. Throughout his life, he has championed healthy lifestyles for children and families.
Moving from university athlete to entrepreneur, Peter owned and operated the 2,500 member Rockland Sport Indoor Tennis Squash and Fitness Center for 16 years and managed a staff of 70 (1985 - 2001).
Peter was a founding member of the executive leadership of ACTIQ (L’Association des Clubs de Tennis Intérieur du Québec | Quebec Association of Indoor tennis clubs) and coordinated one of the largest junior programs in Quebec featuring over 1,000 registered players.
Peter professionally developed tennis staff to be selected as Head Pros for private and public clubs including Mohawk Park, Mount Royal Tennis Club (Westmount) , Hampstead Tennis Club, and Hillside Tennis Club.
In addition to creating and coordinating TMR's Summer Tennis and Fitness program for Mohawk Park, he created similar programs for Hampstead, Westmount and Côte Saint-Luc.
Peter coached hockey for 22 years, captained teams in the TMR executive league and even now, he remains active in hockey, tennis, alpine skiing and slalom water skiing.
Peter Malouf holds an MBA in finance and economics from York University - Schulich School of Business. He taught finance at Concordia University and as a Board Chair, spearheaded strategic planning initiatives for both the Study School and Marianopolis College in Montréal.
Currently, he is a partner in a US based corrugated box manufacturing firm specializing in state-of-the-art recyclable technology and a key investor for a cutting-edge tech company developing proprietary ‘bionic ear technologies’ for institutional health, safety and first responders communications.
Peter represented the concerns of residents in two critical TMR conflicts. With the help of 2000 petition signers in 2019, he was able to prevent the REM from simultaneously demolishing two of the three bridges that connect the east to west side of the town.
The following year, he mobilized more than 40% of voters in the 2020 referendum on borrowing for the Sports and Community Center project, to demand transparent financial and architectural details.
Respected equally for his financial expertise, dedication and lifelong attachment to TMR, as mayor, Peter is determined to bring back the voice of citizens, and ensure the quality of life of our town residents.