The MontréaLisons campaign aims to raise awareness about issues of racism, discrimination and inclusion. Montréal’s municipal libraries house a vast selection of works on these topics.
Effective January 1, 2023, Montréal will apply a new water consumption user fee in buildings that are for non-residential use in part or in full. Learn about how the new ecofiscal mesure will be applied and what building owners can do to better manage their water use.
Montréal is taking several actions to minimize the impact on traffic around the Palais des congrès, where the 15th UN Conference on Biodiversity (COP15) will be held.
Montréal is taking action to protect and restore biodiversity. In December, the city will host the COP15, a United Nations conference at which close to 200 countries will be called upon to engage in concrete actions to stop the loss of biodiversity around the world in the decade to come.
Only the Pointe-Claire and Dorval drinking water production plants distribute fluoridated drinking water, the concentration of which is regulated by the Public Health Act.
Montréal encourages social economy enterprises to offer their products and services by registering as suppliers in its database. Those that meet the economic, social and environmental criteria set out in the city’s Procurement Policy will be prioritized in the purchasing process.
The Arrondissement de Saint-Laurent, in collaboration with the organization VertCité, has set up grant programs to encourage the population to reduce their waste, contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases and be better off. prepared for climate change.
When city trucks back up, they make a sound similar to that of a can being opened. This alarm serves to warn pedestrians walking behind a construction truck or a heavy vehicle. It helps limit noises that could pose an inconvenience to neighbouring residents.
Wild turkeys are passing through our neighborhoods more and more often. This large bird is not usually dangerous. Here are some tips on what to do if you encounter a wild turkey, and how to prevent it from attacking you.
The budget presents all the expenditures and revenues that enable Montréal to provide services to the population, maintain its infrastructures and carry out new projects. Find out how it’s created.
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