Did you know that the emerald ash borer affects the health of ash trees and that declining ash trees must be felled as quickly as possible? The longer you wait, the greater is the risk that your tree will become dangerous.
Have you noticed low water pressure from your faucet? No need to worry. Most of the time, the problem is temporary.
Do you know how to sort your household waste, how to compost and recycle? Do you know the collection schedules in Lachine according to your sector? To help you find your way around, here is a practical guide:
The Rue Saint-Antoine Ouest construction site to rebuild a primary drinking water main is located at the border of Le Sud-Ouest and Westmount. Lead water service lines will also be replaced.
Each day, the city supplies drinking water to more than 2 million people and thousands of companies. In order to encourage responsible consumption and ensure adequate water distribution, the city oversees its use. Learn everything you need to know about water use.
LDD moth caterpillars, which can be recognized by their red and blue spots, have become widespread in the city. Although these caterpillars can chew through a considerable amount of plant cover, the caterpillar is not harmful.
Montréal’s Nature and Sports Plan aims to enhance the city’s large parks and sports facilities. It sets out tangible actions to protect biodiversity and our natural heritage while promoting a healthy and active lifestyle to the population.
The AU/Lab urban greenhouse project aims to find ways to turn our garbage into energy to heat greenhouses and grow quality food. Its objective is to create new and sustainable farming models to feed populations that are living in food insecurity.
Did you know that the pollination of seed plants by certain insects, birds and mammals - called pollinators - makes it possible to consume nearly a third of the fruits, vegetables, condiments and spices found on grocery store shelves?
The Système alimentaire local et intégré à Montréal (Montréal Local and Integrated Food System - SALIM for short) helps food security organizations to source supplies and distribute more fresh, local food. By pooling food resources, the project brings local producers closer to vulnerable people.
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