Strict hygiene and physical distancing measures in all community gardens in order to ensure the health and safety of users.
Saint-Laurent Mayor Alan DeSousa tabled his Highlights of Saint-Laurent’s 2020 Financial Report at the Council meeting held on June 29.
Last winter’s snowfalls created new chances to have fun: thousands of residents brightened the faces of their friends and family by participating in the snowman (and sculptures of all kinds) contest.
Are you looking for ways to fill your days at home? Montréal’s public libraries are making almost 60,000 digital books, thousands of newspapers and magazines from around the world and online courses available to you at home, through a temporary virtual membership.
Consult LaSalle’s financial documents.
The Borough has six community and collective gardens for its citizens.
Are you a huge fan of Scandinavian crime novels? Looking for illustrated books for your child? Want to read in your first language? View the rich and varied general collections housed in Montréal’s libraries.
The Lachine market is the oldest public market in Montréal. Discover its history!
Welcome to Montréal’s new Web site: montreal.ca. This new site is the result of a great deal of collaboration and thought. It’s been completely redesigned for you.
The Le Ber-Le Moyne House and its Annex are the oldest intact buildings on the island of Montréal. They were built between 1669 and 1671 for two of the most important merchants of the colony, Jacques Le Ber and Charles Le Moyne, on a site known and frequented by Indigenous peoples.
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