Culture, at once hybrid, vibrant and innovative, is among the cornerstones of Montréal’s identity. The city’s 2017-2022 Cultural Development Policy reflects its commitment to a culture that is creative, inclusive and responsible, and acts as a driver of economic dynamism.
Discover the winners in each category of the Grand Prix Opération Patrimoine Montréal 2019.
Nature parks are the ideal destination for enjoying winter to the fullest. Original programming awaits you, from yoga on snow to fat biking and traction kiting.
Tax rates vary depending on the category of your building and the borough in which it is located.
The 2022 budget and the 2022-2031 ten-year capital works program (PDI) aim to meet the needs and aspirations of Montrealers, particularly in the areas of public security, housing and the ecological transition, while providing rigorous management of municipal finances.
The budget presents all the expenditures and revenues that enable Montréal to provide services to the population, maintain its infrastructures and carry out new projects. Find out how it’s created.
This winter, the city’s libraries, maisons de la culture arts centres and outdoor public spaces will play host to activities the entire family can enjoy! There’s a little something for parents and children alike, from exhibitions to a wide variety of workshops.
The Promenade Fleuve-Montagne is a pedestrian link between Montréal’s two iconic natural features. Enjoy the unique experience of being guided through Montréal’s most emblematic sites. Just follow the path.
Vieux Montréal has become a dynamic district where history and modernity meet. Learn about the strategies proposed in the Plan de protection et de mise en valeur du Vieux-Montréal (Vieux Montréal protection and enhancement plan) to ensure its protection and developpement.
Come meet artists and enjoy new experiences that will entertain you, make you think and captivate you.
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