Discover the public skating and Stick & Puck programming at the two arenas in the Borough of Lachine.
Montréal is a leader when it comes to sustainable urban development in North America. In the knowledge that nature offers a host of benefits to our communities, the municipal administration has stepped up its efforts to protect the environment in the past several years.
Is there ragweed on your property? Find out everything you need to know to get rid of it.
Would you like to enjoy the sunny weather with a cookout? You can have a cookout in many parks in Montréal, For a safe picnic, make sure you follow these rules.
Do you enjoy being in Montréal’s large parks, just like so many outdoor lovers do? Did you know that some actions are harmful to these rich living environments? Learn some good habits to practice the next time you visit.
If you observe a syringe in a public place or on private property, you will undoubtedly want to see it removed. This type of situation, often encountered in urban environments, requires careful action. Please follow these guidelines for the safe disposal of syringes.
The warm weather and progressive reopening make for busier streets. In order to leave more room for pedestrians and cyclists, Montréal is creating more than a hundred kilometers of safe active transportation circuits this summer. Here are some tips to get around.
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 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.