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For those who require assistance, following is the list of food resources and community organizations in Pierrefonds-Roxboro during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Twelve recently renovated courts are welcoming Lachine tennis lovers for free practice, lessons, recreational leagues and even tournaments.
Discover the activities organized at the Pierrefonds library for the whole family, from 25 to 31 January 2020, under the theme “Getting to know each other”.
Various activities, shows, movies, winter sports, Montreal Joue… From February 22nd to March 8th, you won’t get bored!
Because of the preventive containment measures adopted by Ville de Montréal to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Borough is forced to suspend the holding of the 2020 Art Contest for an indefinite period of time. The registration period is therefore suspended until further notice, and the announcement of a resumption of the registration period and the holding of the Art Contest will be confirmed in the weeks to come. All applications already submitted online and by mail will be retained.
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.
List of public consultations. Information available in French only.
This summer, visit Montréal thanks to the magic of podcasts. As you stroll or from the comfort of your own home,get carried away by the stories, the itineraries and the magical sounds available for free on CBC’s OHdio app. Some 60 podcasts are available right away.
As moving season approaches, many people have questions about the coronavirus. How can you visit or show an apartment for rent? What should you do if the new dwelling you were supposed to move into isn’t ready. Can you move? Here are answers to some of the most common questions.