Is your business located on a major street that has undergone underground infrastructure work? This subsidy program offers financial assistance of up to $250,000 per building to renovate and modernize commercial spaces affected by construction.
What better way to celebrate life than by planting a tree? Some boroughs give new parents the opportunity to plant a tree to mark the birth or adoption of their child.
The agreement between the city and the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec aims to support Montréal’s cultural development and vitality, for the benefit of residents and from a perspective of sustainable development.
If you are the lucky parent of a baby born, the borough of Lachine is giving you an opportunity to dedicate a new tree to your newborn child by registering for the A Tree for Life program. You will then get a free tree to plant on the grounds of your home located in Lachine.
In Montréal’s boroughs, every spring and fall, you can green your property by buying one or more trees at a reduced price.
The Accès jardin program was designed to meet a growing need for parks and green spaces in Ville-Marie, and to foster the resilience of the population and the territory in the context of climate change.
In some of Montréal’s boroughs, people with low incomes can register for sports and arts activities free of charge.
Want to enjoy the many arts/culture and sports attractions Montréal has to offer while enjoying exclusive advantages? The Accès Montréal card lets you and your family do just that.
AccèsLogis Montréal is a co-operative and not-for-profit housing program that finances social and community housing projects.
Does your organization want to help relaunch the cultural sector? Montréal offers funding for projects to promote the sharing of resources among creative companies.
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