Every season, the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro offers you a multitude of group fitness classes just steps away from home at our facilities. Want to get moving in a motivating environment with qualified trainers? Find out about schedules and register!
You may have noticed the smell of rotten eggs when you were about to drink a glass of water or found that your water tasted like chlorine or algae. Find out everything that you need to know.
“Our ways: Peel Trail” honours the presence of Iroquoian peoples on the island of Montréal. Bronze sculptures line the trail along Rue Peel. They invite us to reflect, and foster better understanding of different Indigenous and Non-indigenous cultures.
Saint-Laurent is offering free training sessions until August 25.
In spite of the continued impact of the pandemic on its activities, Montréal closed out the year with a surplus. The city supported its economic and cultural recovery, while developing structural projects to prepare for its future. Learn more about Montréal’s financial situation.
Since August 2023, Rue Saint-Denis and Rue Cherrier are reconfigured in order to allow for the extension of the Express Bike Network (EBN).
How can we reduce the impact of worksites on economic activity and on citizens’ daily lives? The Summit on Worksites is meant to mobilize all stakeholders involved in infrastructure work, in order to find solutions.
From June 17 to August 31, 2023, L’été en cavale presents a wealth of events of all kinds: music, circus, theatre, cultural mediation workshops, fitness and fun-filled activities are just some of the cultural and recreational outings in store for LaSalle residents.
The MIL Montréal project is the result of a close collaboration with the Université de Montréal. Its aim is to create a dynamic, green urban living environment, where student life, research and arts coexist.
Montréal, the French-speaking metropolis of the Americas, has reaffirmed the importance of French as an official and common language. With this plan, the French language is given pride of place while at the same time, honouring the rights of cultural and linguistic communities and Indigenous peoples
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