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Community gardens and collective gardens: Many boroughs offer you the chance to tend a vegetable garden. Find the right type of garden for your needs and enjoy taking part in urban agriculture.
Are you looking for the perfect day camp for your child? More than 170 day camps are offered in various Montréal boroughs during winter break and in the summer. Consult the list of camps available in your neighbourhood.
Thinking of creating a green alleyway in your neighbourhood? There are several steps involved in doing so, from mobilizing local residents to obtaining the support available through your borough.
Want to let people in your neighbourhood know about a show or a community activity? Are you organizing a garage sale? Lost your cat? Do you offer classes and want to get the word out? Here is what’s available.
Parklets are outdoor rest areas where residents can stop to chat or enjoy a snack. In some boroughs, businesses are authorized to build parklets, provided that they observe certain regulations and get a permit.
Did you know that plants and compost are offered free of charge in Montréal? Find out what your borough has to offer.
Outdoor pianos are available all summer long in public places around Montréal. Try them out!
As soon as the warm weather returns, food trucks roll out into the boroughs of Montréal. These trucks have become a fixture at several local events.