Learn how the city worked with members of the Kahnawà:ke community to highlight archaeological discoveries dating back to 1350, which reveal Iroquoian presence in what is now central Montréal.
One of the main objectives of the Peel project is to promote active transportation and transit by improving the pedestrian and cyclist experience. In doing this, the project will also help create a human-scaled street, accessible and attractive for everyone.
Would you like to know if you have a lead water service line? There are a few different ways to find out. Locate your service line and follow our tips to learn how to recognize a lead pipe.
A street improvement project will transform Rue Peel between Avenue des Pins at the north and Rue Smith at the south. Follow its progress.
Saint-Laurent Master Plan for Urban Promenades proposes a vision for the redevelopment of Vieux Saint-Laurent, the true historic heart of the borough, by combining biodiversity and urbanity on a city-wide scale.
The Montréal libraries offer varied workshops and conferences for seniors. From health to science to digital technologies, enjoy a diverse program from the comfort of your own home.
Montréal has hundred-year-old underground infrastructures that must be progressively replaced. The city is taking advantage of these necessary major projects to get as much work done at the same time as possible and reduce nuisances to residents.
The city is working on certain commercial streets to rebuild infrastructures that are outdated or in poor condition. This work gives merchants access to quality infrastructures. It also offers an opportunity to redesign commercial streets to be more user-friendly.
Hard-hit by the pandemic, Montréal restaurant owners can take advantage of affordable ordering and delivery service platforms. These platforms offer fairer commissions and let users reduce their operating costs. It’s also a great way to encourage Montréal-based businesses.
Are you an artistic commissioner or a cultural worker from one of the city’s diverse ethnocultural or racialized groups? Submit your candidacy to collaborate with the maisons de la culture (arts centres) by no later than October 31.
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