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.
The city is committed to streamlining the workforce integration of immigrant people. As part of this commitment, Montréal will roll out a strategy aiming to improve access to employment for immigrant workers.
Welcoming immigrants and ensuring that they progress within an organization is a challenge. There are solutions to help workplaces create a welcoming, inclusive and diverse environment. Meet experts, employers and immigrants in this six-episode podcast.
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There are a number of actions Montréal can take to recognize the past contribution of an individual or group to society. These actions highlight the city‘s history and culture. Montréal now wants to design a framework to ensure the impartiality of acts of recognition.
The Borough presents you with a list of books and multimedia resources that promote openness to Others and an understanding of the realities experienced by people whose origins place them at the intersection of different backgrounds.
Discover our librarians’ suggestions!
The City has passed an important milestone in its reconciliation efforts with the Indigenous peoples with the adoption of a Strategy that is the result of years of collaboration. This document is the concretization of the City’s commitment made to the First Nations and Inuit.
Saint-Laurent is pleased with the representation of ethnic and visible minorities, Indigenous people and people with disabilities among its employees.
In June, the borough of Saint-Laurent was rewarded as part of the Plumes d’excellence 2020 contest by the Association des communicateurs municipaux du Québec for its new brand guide adopted at the start of the year.
Need help with food security, transportation for an older person or emotional support? Looking for low-cost housing, legal aid or a place to volunteer? It’s easy – just dial 211.
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