In Fall 2023, here is the programming of the Arrondissement de Lachine.
The Patrimoine en fête will take place on September 23, 2023, from noon to 5 p.m. in Parc Henri-Bourassa. This event highlights the history and heritage of Montréal-Nord’s ethnocultural groups.
The city has made a $500,000 financial contribution to the Partenariat Quartier des Spectacles to develop initiatives designed to improve the user experience and enhance the attractiveness of Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest while it’s under reconstruction.
The Accès-Loisirs program provides people with a modest income an opportunity to register for free recreational activities in the borough.
Work on the major western aqueduct project is underway in Pointe-Claire. Find out what’s new with the project and measures being taken by the city to reduce the impact on your daily routine.
Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve is taking steps to get permits to create a swimming area, and to protect and develop the shoreline. These actions will improve Montrealers’ access to the riverbanks.
The organic waste collection is coming in two phases to Lachine buildings with nine housing units or more, schools, commercial establishments and industrial facilities: phase 1 in the fall of 2023 and phase 2 in the fall of 2024.
The borough of LaSalle is proud to present cultural programs filled with discoveries.
Discover the vision and strategic principles that will guide Montréal’s economic development actions through 2025, and learn how the city intends to implement them.
In Montréal, several streets have been developed so that cyclists can use the full width of the roadway while maintaining access to cars. Learn more about bike routes.
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