Montréal’s parks feature natural environments that are home to a rich diversity of flora and wildlife, including the following rare and little-known species, some of which have at-risk status.
The sale and use of pesticides is regulated by law in Montréal. Following organic gardening methods is a great way to keep your lawn, garden and vegetable patch healthy and pest-free without using pesticides.
As part of its commitment to the ecological transition, Montréal is funding projects that help to reduce greenhouse gas emission. The subsidy program for projects related to land development, mobility and sustainable practice is a core part of this commitment.
Did you know that more than 480,000 comics are available to you in the Libraries network? This year, Comics Month honours biographical and autobiographical comics. Come and check them out, visit themed exhibitions and take part in activities
Montréal has adopted a by-law prohibiting the distribution of advertising materials, including flyers and leaflets. Effective May 17, 2023, it will be prohibited to distribute these materials to your property without your consent. Plastic packaging for advertising materials will also be prohibited.
Did you know that city libraries lend members MP3 players that can be used to listen to a series of French-language podcasts? It’s a great way for both children and adults to have fun while practicing their French.
Have you been in Montréal for less than a year? Do you need advice, support or guidance to get settled? Find out what you need to know.
Despite the impact of the pandemic on its operational and financial activities, Montréal ended the year with a surplus. The city put in place measures to better support the population and to prepare for the future of the metropolis. Learn more about Montréal’s financial situation.
From April 30 to June 4, choirs from Montréal’s cultural communities offer you free concerts in the city’s arts centres (known as maisons de la culture in French). The series will close with a big concert on July 2 that brings together all of the participating choirs.
The city inspects the valves in its waterworks network each year to ensure that drinking water is properly distributed. When inspections are carried out, it can temporarily lower the water pressure of your faucet or cause discoloured water.
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