View the municipal court hearing schedule

Last updated May 12, 2022

Are you looking for the schedule or information concerning a hearing that you’re required to attend? You can view this information online See how.

The hearing roll is the official document prepared by the court registry which lists the cases that will be called in each courtroom on a given date, both in the main courthouse and in the various points of service.

Public information

Information available online concerning the hearing roll is public in nature. This information is restricted so as to protect the privacy of residents. The name of a minor will not be published on the online hearing roll.

Legal character

Section VI of the Rules of the municipal courts contains provisions concerning the hearing roll. Under section 13 of the Act, the hearing roll is prepared by the court clerk under the authority of the presiding judge.

The Act stipulates that the roll must include the record number, the names of the parties, the date, the time of the session, and the courtroom. In addition, it states that the roll must be posted at the entrance to the courtroom and that copies must be made available for viewing by the different parties.

If the information posted on the online hearing roll differs from the information on your hearing notice, the latter or any other document summoning you to appear in court will take precedence. 

If the information differs (location, date and time), you can contact a customer service agent.

Communication channels

Search by defendant

  1. enter
    • the defendant’s first and last name
      or 
    • business number
      or
    • record number 
  2. click on “Submit” to display the results
  3. click on the record number for further details.

Search by location and date

  1. select a location from the dropdown list
  2. choose the date by clicking on the field provided for that purpose
  3. click on “Submit” to display the results
  4. click on the plus symbol (+) next to the word “room” to display its hearing roll.
  5. you can then click on a record to get more information.

Security code

Entering a security code serves to protect data from searches carried out by software robots. The latter are used to collect vast amounts of data for purposes such as advertising and marketing.

Updates

  • When you carry out a search for a specific defendant, record number or company, the data are updated at the same time.
  • When you carry out a search by location and date, the data are updated every 15 minutes.

Customer services at the municipal court

514-872-2964

If you are unable to view the hearing roll online, you can contact the municipal court. The court is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A customer service agent will be able to view the Web site and provide you with updated information.

7777 Boulevard Newman
Suite 301
Montréal, QC H8N 1X7

7275 Rue Sherbrooke Est
Second floor
Montréal, QC H1N 1E9

Hearings are also held on Montréal’s West Island (there is no service counter): 

401 Boulevard Saint-Jean
Pointe-Claire, Québec
H9R 3J2

The hearing rolls are also posted on various billboards at the municipal court. However, please note that the rolls are not updated in real time and may no longer be valid. It is thus important, whenever possible, to access the hearing roll online in order to view the most updated information available.