In Fall 2021, here is the the programmings of the Arrondissement de Lachine.
Come on in, take a seat, the show is about to start! This fall, the curtain rises on a rich and striking cultural program—for bothyoungsters and grown-ups—filled with sounds, movements, words and meaning.
Here is Saint-Laurent’s 2022-2025 strategic plan. This document represents the vision of the Saint-Laurent administration for the next four years.
Is your tap water discoloured? Is it yellow, brown, grey or red (rust-coloured)? Normally this situation won’t last long and it is easy to eliminate by following a few steps before consuming the water.
In September, celebrate the beginning of our cultural season outdoors with us at the Anciens-Combattant park! High quality musical and cultural performances will be presented every week free of charge.
In the summertime, the city’s streets are alive with activities. Thirteen of our pedestrian shopping streets offer free arts and culture programming. Here are some activities you don’t want to miss!
Infrastructure work on Rue D’Iberville, between Rue Jean-Talon and Rue Bélanger, could have an impact on your daily life. Here’s what you need to know.
On September 6 (Labour Day), a number of city facilities will be closed and some collection schedules will be modified.
The city inspects the valves in its waterworks network each year to ensure that drinking water is properly distributed. When inspections are carried out, it can temporarily lower the water pressure of your faucet or cause discoloured water.
Four municipal buildings are making feminine hygiene products available to their users free of charge until November 2021. The Ahuntsic library, the Botanical Garden, the Centre Jean-Claude Malépart and the Lucien-Saulnier building (temporarily city hall) are participating in this pilot project.
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