Discover the borough’s numerous partnership organizations dedicated to sports, culture and social development.
As part of its commitment to the ecological transition, Montréal is funding projects that help to reduce greenhouse gas emission. The subsidy program for projects related to land development, mobility and sustainable practice is a core part of this commitment.
Did you know that each year, human beings consume the equivalent of resources produced by 1.7 Planet Earths? This pace is not sustainable. This is why Montréal is concentrating on circular economy to promote the ecological transition and an economic development that is green and inclusive.
Discover the winners in each category of the Grand Prix Opération Patrimoine Montréal 2021.
Did you know that there are 11 air quality stations in Montréal? Discover Station 55, located in Pointe-aux-Trembles. The Réseau de surveillance de la qualité de l’air (RSQA) monitors the concentration of pollutants in the air.
Two working groups have the role of informing Lachine Borough Council on urban planning issues: the CCU or comité consultatif d’urbanisme (urban planning advisory committee) and the CDD or comité de démolition (demolition committee).
The Prix Pierre-Ayot and Prix Louis-Comtois recognize excellence in the visual and contemporary arts. The city presents these awards in conjunction with the Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC).
The city has expanded its funding programs to meet the needs of Montréal businesses. A number of subsidies are available to support their growth and contribute to our city’s economic vitality.
Do you need food aid, are you looking for an activity or would you like to give a helping hand to an organization in your neighbourhood?
On June 5, 2017, following a vast consultation process, Borough Council adopted its Local Development Plan for LaSalle.
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