Need help with food security, transportation for an older person or emotional support? Looking for low-cost housing, legal aid or a place to volunteer? It’s easy – just dial 211.
Montréal has made its site accessible. Accessibility ensures that people with handicaps and special needs can have access to information, and makes browsing easier.
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Do you want to know what the acronyms in our job opportunities mean? Check the list of the acronyms we use in job descriptions and what they stand for.
With its 876 km of bike paths, plenty of places to jog and skate parks, Montréal has plenty to offer to people who want to stay in shape during the summertime. Here are some ideas for sports you can enjoy solo or with family and friends.
Our goal is to reflect the diversity of the people of Montréal in our workforce. To do so, we draw on the talents of employees of different genders, ages, backgrounds, cultures and experience.
Having a kit already prepared means you can react faster in an emergency. Prepare in advance for a major storm, flooding, an industrial accident or any other disaster in Montréal. Follow the guidelines.
As the biggest employer in the metropolitan area, Montréal posts new job openings every month. Here are five good reasons why you should send us your resume.
You must show proof of ID and/or address for certain services and permit applications. Here are the documents that are accepted at all of our points of service.