In the context of the COP15 conference, the borough of LaSalle is pleased to highlight some of the projects it has carried out to green its territory, while offering you a unique place to visit to contemplate LaSalle’s biodiversity.
Montréal is taking action on several fronts to protect Mount Royal’s biodiversity. In the years to come, the park will be expanded with the addition of green spaces.
The city is building retention basins, which are underground structures that reduce sewer backup and prevent wastewater from being discharged into our waterways.
Last March, during the information session, we had announced upcoming work beginning in the winter of 2023 for the Sainte-Catherine Ouest and Peel projects. Due to very high bids, the call for tenders has been canceled.
As host city to COP15, Montréal has invited 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.
View the various ideas that have been submitted on the public areas of the future Empress.
Have you noticed black metal cabinets appearing on sidewalks in Griffintown? Those are telecommunications cabinets, installed to house cable connection points for telecom providers. Learn more about their purpose and where they will be installed.
Repairs to the Escalier Camillien-Houde and work in the marsh area are underway in Mount Royal Park. Find out what you need to know about the projects.
Redevelopment work in Place Henri-Dunant, Parc Hector-Toe-Blake and the surroundings in Ville-Marie could impact your daily life. Here’s everything you need to know.
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