In the light of the new annoucements made by the Gouvernement du Québec on December 30, 2021, the borough of CDN-NDG suggests you consult this page frequently.
If you observe a syringe in a public place or on private property, you will undoubtedly want to see it removed. This type of situation, often encountered in urban environments, requires careful action. Please follow these guidelines for the safe disposal of syringes.
It’s hot out! During serious heat waves, the borough takes action to allow you to cool down. Find out about the cooling stations and other facilities we make available to you.
In Montréal, nine factories have a warning siren that will go off if there is a major industrial accident. What should you do if you hear a warning siren? Follow these instructions to protect yourself.
Vaccination is an effective way to protect ourselves against COVID-19.
A water main break, defective equipment or even significant water contamination in Montréal can lead to a shortage of drinking water. What can you do to protect your health? Follow these guidelines for dealing with this type of situation.
What should you do during periods of extreme heat? Where are the public places you can go to cool off in Montréal? Follow these tips to protect yourself during heat waves.
The borough is taking the necessary steps to follow the recommendations and instructions of the Direction régionale de Santé publique de Montréal, based on the current COVID-19 situation.
All about the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro’s preparation for the 2021 spring flood. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, our resources are mobilized and we are ready in case of flooding.
As the situation evolves, we will take other steps towards resuming activities in accordance with public health directives.
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