The city is undertaking a pilot project for automated electric shuttles in the Plaza Saint-Hubert area on Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue Saint-André. The project will have two phases. The first will take place this fall and the second in summer 2022.
The Prix Pierre-Ayot and Prix Louis-Comtois recognize excellence in the visual and contemporary arts. The city presents these awards in conjunction with the Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC).
The Prix François-Houdé 2021 recognizes excellence in arts and crafts. Each year, the city awards this distinction jointly with the Conseil des métiers d’art du Québec (CMAQ).
Do you need food aid, are you looking for an activity or would you like to give a helping hand to an organization in your neighbourhood?
Montréal has adopted its Action Plan for Solidarity, Equity and Inclusion 2021-2025, a key pillar of the inclusive social recovery it has initiated with its partners.
The Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough is pleased to invite all Island of Montréal artists to participate in its Art Contest’s 35th Edition!
With the Montréal Policy for Community Action, the city recognizes and promotes the importance of community groups and organizations, its valuable partners in regards to their contributions to society and their expertise.
The city is launching three calls for projects from non-profit organizations. The objective is to support projects that bring the host society and immigrants closer together and that contribute to the fight against discrimination and racism.
The city’s 2021-2023 Master Plan for Employment Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) contains tangible measures to promote hiring and inclusion.
Lachine-Est is a vast territory of 63.8 hectares to be developed. This cradle of Canadian industrialization is surrounded by the Lachine Canal to the south, 6e Avenue to the west, rue Victoria to the north and the Canadian Pacific Railway to the east.
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