In order to help merchants get through the pandemic, the city implemented a plethora of emergency measures in collaboration with its partners. The challenge was huge. These measures had to be fast, effective and adaptable.
Montréal in Common brings people together to promote ethical and responsible use of data to solve challenges around mobility, food and social development. Making our data a common resource means understanding more about community needs in order to address them more effectively.
The Lachine Youth Council (LYC) aims to give young people a voice on municipal issues and matters that directly concern them and to represent their generation to elected officials and the municipal administration.
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Lachine-Est is a vast territory of 63.8 hectares to be developed. This cradle of Canadian industrialization is surrounded by the Lachine Canal to the south, 6e Avenue to the west, rue Victoria to the north and the Canadian Pacific Railway to the east.
The mobility squad patrols the city to make sure that you can travel safely. It makes sure there are no obstacles in your way on streets and sidewalks and works to improve traffic flow.
The Montréal economic dashboard offers a series of indicators that monitor economic progress of the Montréal agglomeration and the metropolitan area. It presents economic data to help Montrealers understand the current situation and guide decision-making.
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