The Conseil interculturel de Montréal, the Conseil jeunesse de Montréal and the Conseil des Montréalaises are recruiting new members until October 30. Put your experience to good use on issues you care about and learn more about them.
Take part in Montreal’s democratic life
Participating on one of these advisory boards involves making recommendations to City Council on the realities of immigrant and/or racialized people, the concerns of youth, or the living conditions of Montrealers.
By becoming a board member, you agree to:
- Actively participate in the work and activities of the board
- Do some reading and research
- Write documents and minutes
- Plan on investing about five hours of time per month.
You must reside in one of Montréal’s 19 boroughs throughout your term.
Register and become a board member
Conseil interculturel de Montréal (the intercultural advisory board)
The Conseil interculturel de Montréal advises City Council on issues related to intercultural relations in order to promote the full participation of Montrealers from diverse backgrounds.
Conseil jeunesse de Montréal (the youth advisory board)
The Conseil jeunesse de Montréal advises City Council on all matters relating to youth and ensures that the concerns of young people ages 12 to 30 are taken into account in the municipal government’s decisions.
Conseil des Montréalaises (Montréal women’s advisory board)
The Conseil des Montréalaises advises City Council on all issues related to Montreal women’s living conditions and status, and equality between women and men and between women themselves.