Are you 65 or older? Take part in 10 free virtual reading sessions (in French) from the comfort of your own home. Listen to dynamic activity leaders read exciting books, and discuss the reading in a small group.
Wild turkeys are passing through our neighborhoods more and more often. This large bird is not usually dangerous. Here are some tips on what to do if you encounter a wild turkey, and how to prevent it from attacking you.
Black History Month celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2021. Want to broaden your horizons? Here are 10 books to help you learn more about the theme.
Are you between 12 and 17 years old? Want to show off your talent for rap? Register for the MC Challenge 2022 before February 11th.
In winter, it’s important to share the road and adapt to weather conditions. Also, with these few simple actions, citizens can facilitate smooth snow removal
To ensure the smooth rollout of snow removal operations and accelerate the process, Saint-Laurent has designated eight incentive parking zones where Saint-Laurent residents can temporarily leave their vehicles at these times.
Starting January 18, parents can register their children for March break camp, held between February 28 and March 4.
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.
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