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The western portion of L’Île-Bizard: An area protected for its biodiversity

The western portion of L’Île-Bizard has been designated as paysage humanisé projeté de L’Île-Bizard. The government of Québec granted this status in order to protect its rich biodiversity and preserve the balance between natural environments, agricultural lands, and living areas.

Registration to begin for kids for March break camp in Saint-Laurent

Starting January 18, parents can register their children for March break camp, held between February 28 and March 4.

Artworks from winners of the 35th edition of the Pierrefonds-Roxboro Art Contest

Take a moment to admire the paintings, watercolours, drawings and recycled artworks presented by the winners of the 35th edition of the Pierrefonds-Roxboro Art Contest.

Promenade Fleuve-Montagne

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.

Mount Royal heritage site

The Mont-Royal heritage site is a protected area that houses Mont-Royal Park, cemeteries, institutions, residential neighborhoods and some of the largest green spaces on the island, which are privileged witnesses to history of Montreal.

The Parcours Riverain

More than a thousand heritage elements can be found along the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Lac Saint-Louis, Lac des Deux-Montagnes, the Rivière des Prairies, the Lachine Canal and the Canal de l’Aqueduc. Immerse yourself in the history of Montréal by following a route that runs more than 180 km

Submit a permit application to Saint-Laurent

Do you want to submit a permit application. Residents, as well as professionals, can use the various online tools to prepare their permit application.

Archaeological sites

Several hundred archaeological sites explored by specialists can be found in the Montréal area. Learn more about the artefacts and vestiges of our collective history discovered over the years.

Public trees: Learn about how they’re maintained

Public trees are a source of collective wealth for Montréal. While the city owns these trees, we must all look out for them. Residents should be familiar with the following rules, which apply to individual responsibilities.

Contest: Take part in the Pierrefonds library's sustainability quiz!

Did you know that by respecting the Sustainable Development Policy adopted by the Ville de Montreal, the new Pierrefonds library is aiming for a LEED Gold certification?