The flag and coat of arms of Montréal include five symbols representing the five founding peoples.
High foot traffic in the park over the past few years as well as a growing number of unauthorized trails have damaged the soil and vegetation on Mount Royal. This fall, the city is starting the second phase of planting to protect the mountain and close these trails.
Work underway in the Rue Frontenac area could have an impact on your daily life, particularly for travel. Find out what you need to know.
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.
The cultural heart of Saint-Laurent is located in Vieux-Saint-Laurent. With many heritage, commercial and educational attractions, this area is naturally perceived as a cultural hub. A project is under way to define a concerted vision for that sector of the borough.
Share your realities, ideas and concerns by participating in the public consultation process to guide the future Special urban planning program (SPP) for the development of boulevard Saint-Charles. In doing so, you will help to shape the future development of this area.
The world’s largest ozonation unit is under construction at Montréal’s Jean-R. Marcotte wastewater treatment plant. Here’s the latest news on the project.
Work related to the major Aqueduc de l’Ouest project is underway in Pointe-Claire and Dorval. You can find the latest news about the project and what Montréal is doing to reduce impacts here.
A safe and universally accessible shuttle service will be offered free of charge at Plaza Saint-Hubert, between Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue Saint-André. This pilot project will facilitate travel while reducing traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions (GHS).
Located in Montréal’s West Island, the Grand parc de l’Ouest spans more than 3,000 hectares, or about 30 km².
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