The Policy for the Recognition and Support of Non-Profit Organizations (NPO’s) of the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro is a framework that allows the harmonization, on a fair and transparent basis, of the relations between the borough and the community organizations.
To revitalize downtown Montréal this summer, the city and its partners are launching initiatives to promote commercial vitality, urban development and culture. This critical area of the city will receive $25 million in financial support in the short and medium-term.
Local businesses liven up Montréal’s neighbourhoods and give them their distinctive character. They are an essential ingredient in our city’s personality. To support them, Montréal has created a number of economic measures.
Have you gotten a permit to temporarily occupy a street, alley or sidewalk? Whether you’re planning to carry out work, move, film or hold an event, you must ensure that you obey municipal by-laws.
One year after the start of the pandemic, the city and the Québec government are continuing to support downtown Montréal. They will contribute $25 million toward measures to revitalize this geographic area, hit particularly hard by COVID-19.
Commercial activities are resuming as the lockdown and many of the health restrictions are lifted. Montréal is continuing to mobilize in support of its merchants as they adapt to a new context.
To lessen the financial impact of business closures in red zones, such as bars and restaurants, the government of Québec has announced new emergency assistance in the form of loan forgiveness. PME MTL, the city’s business support network, is launching this new measure.
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 and training.
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