Did you know that Montréal has made a number of services available to you online? During the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a safe, easy and fast way to take care of business you need to do with the city without leaving your home.
Having a kit already prepared means you can react faster in an emergency. Prepare in advance for a major storm, flooding, an industrial accident or any other disaster in Montréal. Follow the guidelines.
When an emergency arises, Montréal uses rapid communications to keep residents informed of the situation as it evolves. Find out what tools you can use to get reliable, up-to-date information when disaster strikes.
Did you buy a building from a family member? Are you selling a building to a corporate entity? In some situations, you may be exempted from the “welcome tax.” Find out everything you need to know.
Would you like to get rid of mercury lightbulbs (fluorocompact, fluorescent, etc.), batteries, cans of paint, oil, aerosols and other dangerous products? You have three options: travelling collections, ecocentres and other drop-off sites.
Did you know that food waste accounts for eight per cent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions (GHG)? Reducing our food waste is an effective way to promote a cleaner environment and fight climate change.
To play your favourite sport safely, you must develop good habits. Here are the directives to follow on Montréal’s outdoor tennis courts.
A great way to boost the local economy is to seek out home-grown craftspeople’s creations and the products of merchants near you. Here are a few digital platforms where you can shop any time you like, for any occasion.
Buying locally helps stimulate the economy and encourages Montréal business owners. But that’s not all! There are lots of practical reasons to shop on the island of Montréal! Here are five good reasons to buy locally.
Buying local not only supports the local economy, it’s also a great way to take advantage of the many benefits offered by Montréal’s diverse businesses.