Discover the runner-up and winning projects to revitalize the site at 4000 Rue Saint-Patrick in the Sud-Ouest under the Reinventing Montréal 2020-2021 call for projects.
To become carbon neutral by 2050, Montréal must radically reduce GHGs produced by buildings that consume large quantities of energy. To achieve this goal, the city has introduced a by-law that requires owners of large buildings to disclose the sources and amounts of energy their buildings use.
The city performs an annual inspection of fire hydrants within its limits in order to ensure that they meet safety standards. These tests can cause water pressure to drop and tap water to become temporarily discoloured.
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.
Montréal is a world leader in urban agriculture through its many citizen, community and commercial initiatives. This strategy supports the practice of sustainable urban agriculture.
Composting is an easy, inexpensive and effective way to reduce the amount of garbage you generate. Want to practice composting at home? Find out how to get started.
Is there ragweed on your property? Find out everything you need to know to get rid of it.
Did you know that the water distributed to your tap is first channeled through a reservoir? The reinstatement of Montréal’s largest reservoir, the Rosemont reservoir, is therefore very important. The last phase of the work will begin at the end of the summer.
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:
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