Boulevard Henri-Bourassa is being rebuilt. This project, which covers 1.5 km, aims to make the boulevard greener and more pedestrian and cyclist friendly.
To promote access to safe, healthy, and affordable housing, Montréal wants to make owners of multi-unit buildings more accountable. To do so, it will require them to obtain responsible landlord certification, and will introduce a rent registry.
Artists, artist collectives and non-profit property managers that work in the arts community can get a number of subsidies to offer or fill affordable studio spaces.
The travel structures underneath and around the Canadian National (CN) railroad tracks will be rebuilt starting in spring 2022.
The city is building water mains to improve and secure drinking water supply to the western part of the island of Montréal. This project will be carried out over a 10-year period.
The mini-forests are one of the two Verdun projects selected by Ville de Montréal as part of its participatory budget. The other one is the Jardin Éthel, which will be set up on the top floor of the Éthel parking lot.
Work on the future Place des Montréalaises may impact your everyday life. Find out what you need to know.
Each year, the city offers entrepreneurial support programs to more than 80 small businesses in Montréal. All four programs offer personalized support and help small businesses grow and innovate.
The city will be performing roadwork, installing upgraded street lights and replacing traffic lights on Rue Frontenac.
The construction of the new bridge may impact your daily activities. What you need to know.
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