Due to the unprecedented health and economic crisis, Montréal has implemented a recovery plan. The plan, titled “A Boost for the City: Acting Now” consists of 20 measures to support organizations, business owners and businesses in the Montréal agglomeration.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for social economy businesses in Montréal. Given the importance of these community organizations, the city wants to provide them with financial assistance, free advisory services, training and psychological support.
From a decline in commercial activity to temporary closures, the health crisis has a significant impact on businesses. In the months ahead, merchants will have to adapt to the situation. The city is taking action to support them by offering a series of tools and concrete measures.
Over the next few weeks, residents are invited to share their ideas and comments on the new Empress. Consult the webpage to learn more about the project and to participate.
As the situation evolves, we will take other steps towards resuming activities in accordance with public health directives.
Day camps are offered by organizations recognized by the Borough. Please directly contact the people in charge for more details.
With the gradual deconfinement, the L’Octogone library reopened on June 22. Starting Monday, July 27, the library facilities may be accessed, while complying with certain measures. Here’s everything you need to know about the re-start of its activities!
Curious to find out what the new library will look like?
Montréal is a city of cyclists. The EBN, Express Bike Network project calls for the creation of 184 kilometres of bike paths across the entire island of Montréal, including 17 paths that will be accessible year-round. Within the next 10 years, cycling is expected to account for 15 per cent of transi
Is your business opening to clients again. Montréal would like to inform you of the measures you must follow and tools that are available to you from a variety of organizations to help you adapt your business to the pandemic.