In Fall 2022, here is the programming of the Arrondissement de Lachine.
During the holidays, some Montréal facilities will be closed and some services may be offered according to different schedules.
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.
Has your building been damaged by flooding? Has your house been partially destroyed by fire? Both of these cases could result in a review of your property value. Learn what you need to know in the event of a disaster.
In 2018, Montréal committed to develop 6,000 social and community housing units and 6,000 affordable housing units before the end of 2021. It aims to reach these objectives through programs, tools and partnerships.
Consult various reports on the testing, quality and consumption of drinking water.
Work related to the major Aqueduc de l’Ouest project is underway in Pointe-Claire and Dorval. You can find the latest news about the project and what Montréal is doing to reduce impacts here.
A safe and universally accessible shuttle service will be offered free of charge at Plaza Saint-Hubert, between Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue Saint-André. This pilot project will facilitate travel while reducing traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions (GHS).
Following the decision of the Red Cross to no longer offer its swimming lessons program, the borough of Lachine is continuing to offer these services through the Lifesaving Society’s Swim for Life program.
Located in Montréal’s West Island, the Grand parc de l’Ouest spans more than 3,000 hectares, or about 30 km².
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