Did you know that each year, human beings consume the equivalent of resources produced by 1.7 Planet Earths? This pace is not sustainable. This is why Montréal is concentrating on circular economy to promote the ecological transition and a green, inclusive economic recovery.
As part of its commitment to the ecological transition, Montréal is funding projects that help to reduce greenhouse gas emission. The new subsidy program for sustainable development and mobility projects is a core objective of this commitment.
The city has expanded its funding programs to meet the needs of Montréal businesses. A number of subsidies are available to support their growth and contribute to our city’s economic vitality.
Montréal is upgrading its procurement policy to favour local, responsible and social purchasing of goods and services. Three new types of supplier selection criteria are intended to boost the city’s economy and ease ecological transition.
Do you want to submit a permit application.
With the partial resumption of the activities of the permit counter, residents, as well as professionals, can use the various online tools to prepare their permit application.
There are many urban planning bylaws in the borough of Lachine. Their purpose is to protect the interests of its residents, while ensuring them a better quality environment. Here you will find information on the zoning bylaws.
Hard-hit by the pandemic, Montréal restaurant owners can take advantage of affordable ordering and delivery service platforms. These platforms offer fairer commissions and let users reduce their operating costs. It’s also a great way to encourage Montréal-based businesses.
Do you need a permit? The Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough permit counter is where you can get information on the process and submit your permit application. Follow these two steps.
The Affaires Montréal newsletter will present recent initiatives undertaken by the city to promote economic development and support businesses, and it will also report on developments making news.
Investing in the development of small businesses contributes to the health of the economy and innovation in Montréal, helping companies in a variety of sectors to meet their growth challenges.
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