There’s been a lot of information about lead service lines in people’s homes. But what about water fountains in city parks and municipal buildings? Just like residential buildings, there is a vast lead screening campaign underway for these facilities.
The Toponym’Elles place-name list was created so that women could be better represented in the names of streets, parks and other public places. Learn how this list was started and how to suggest a name.
Montréal is making significant efforts to reduce the impacts of the emerald ash borer (EAB) on its urban forest. Actions include treating healthy ash trees, cutting down dying or dead ash trees and replacing them with new plantings.
The city is working in large parks and nature parks to remove buckthorn. This invasive shrub threatens the growth and survival of native vegetation.
Trees play an important role in the fight against climate change, which is why Montréal is planting so many. Some people mistakenly believe that tree roots can damage such things as building foundations, pipes and sidewalks. So what’s the true story?
Each year, the city removes many, many ash trees infested by the emerald ash borer (EAB), a destructive insect pest. What do we do with all this wood? We use it to make furniture or transform it into chips to improve the soil!
Preparatory work for the redesign of Boulevard Gouin Ouest between Avenue Martin and Boulevard Toupin is currently underway. These elements are needed to make way for the project in 2022 to redesign Boulevard Gouin to make it safer and more attractive.
Do you have any questions concerning the security and confidentiality standards applied to the online payment of statements of offence? The following answers may prove helpful.
Everyone knows about red, yellow and green traffic lights, but what about other types of traffic signals? Do you know exactly what to do at an intersection? Priorities, sound and light signals, coordination… Our videos help you behave right on the roads.
Fo Niemi is the executive director of the Centre for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR). He recommends a selection of five films and books that informed his vision of diversity, specifically of intercultural and intergenerational relations.
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