The MontréaLisons campaign aims to raise awareness about issues of racism, discrimination and inclusion. Montréal’s municipal libraries house a vast selection of works on these topics.
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Effective January 1, 2023, Montréal will apply a new water consumption user fee in buildings that are for non-residential use in part or in full. Learn about how the new ecofiscal mesure will be applied and what building owners can do to better manage their water use.
Want to track your water consumption? Learn how to understand the data displayed on your water meter.
The 2023 budget and the ten-year capital works program for 2023-2032 will include measures meant to limit the impact of inflation while reinforcing the city’s actions in the areas of public safety, housing, mobility and the ecological transition.
Tax rates vary depending on the category of your building and the borough in which it is located.
In winter, in Saint-Laurent, we go out in the parks! Several activities for all age groups are available near you. Take advantage of the beautiful winter days to try them all. It’s free!
As it prepares to host COP15, Montréal invites cities across the world to make a commitment to protecting biodiversity. The challenge is to take 15 tangible actions towards pursuing and accelerating their efforts to preserve ecosystems.
Montréal has set out a road map to decarbonize buildings. The objective is to reach zero GHG emissions in Montréal’s buildings by 2040. The key milestones for this road map are creating regulation for the building sector and providing guidance to building owners.
Learn about the terms and conditions to apply online for a permit to carry out renovation, installation or construction work.
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