Take control of your job search with this new service offered at the Bibliothèque Saul-Bellow in the borough of Lachine.
Only the Pointe-Claire and Dorval drinking water production plants distribute fluoridated drinking water, the concentration of which is regulated by the Public Health Act.
Find out which children’s book was the winner and which books made the list of finalists in the 2022 edition of the Prix du livre jeunesse, presented by the city’s libraries.
Construction work for a drinking water main, part of the Aqueduc de l’Ouest project, is underway in LaSalle. Find out what you need to know about this project, its impacts and the solutions provided by Montréal.
Snow, ice, rain, black ice: snow removal in Montréal is a galactic challenge. Learn about how Montréal’s teams successfully complete their mission of clearing snow from the 10,000 km of streets and sidewalks despite the obstacles and vagaries of the weather.
The project consists of the reconstruction of a stormwater sewer located in Dorval, south of Autoroute 20. The work will extend the useful life of a collector and ensure high-quality services for future generations.
To celebrate Universal Accessibility Month, the libraries are offering workshops, conferences and exhibitions from October 1 to 31, 2022.
The flag and coat of arms of Montréal include five symbols representing the five founding peoples.
How can Montréal vary its sources of revenue and make its ambitions tangible in a way that is aligned with the population’s ability to pay? This dialogue around taxation in Montreal aims to find solutions for funding city activities other than property taxes.
Patrimoine en fête was held on October 1, 2022 at Parc René-Lévesque in Lachine. At this special day, the whole family can enjoyed free activities under the theme of history, heritage and art.
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