Do you own a building that was built before 1940 and is of historical interest? Your building may be targeted for an inventory of historical buildings. This census is being conducted in Montréal’s boroughs and neighbouring municipalities within the Montréal agglomeration.
Music, circus, theatre, literature, cultural mediation workshops, fun and fitness activities are just a few of the cultural and leisure outings in store for LaSalle residents.
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Hundreds of free cultural and festive activities are taking place this summer in Montréal. Many trails and tours offer you opportunities to discover the city’s history and the works of art that beautify our neighbourhoods, and get some bonus exercise. Here are some that you shouldn’t miss.
This summer, a thousand and one experiences await you in Montréal. Pedestrian streets and street performers, shows of every kind, art trails, festivals and outdoor activities: a rich program will be offered all around the city.
Dozens of inviting locations offer a wide variety of exhilarating things to do during the summer season. Wonderment, distraction and relaxation – here’s a glimpse of what awaits you just a stone’s throw from your home.
Countless free activities are offered this summer in Montréal’s 21 large parks and nature parks. You can enjoy the fresh air and nature without leaving the island.
This project calls for the development of infrastructures that promote sustainable stormwater drainage practices. It was one of the winning projects in the first edition of the city’s participatory budget.
This project will contribute to the greening of the Parcours Gouin riverside circuit in the northern part of the island. It was one of the winning projects in the first edition of the city’s participatory budget.
This project calls for the development of spaces that promote urban agriculture on public property. It was one of the winning projects in the first edition of the city’s participatory budget.
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