The agreement between the city and the Gouvernement du Québec aims to support Montréal’s cultural development and vitality, for the benefit of residents and from a perspective of sustainable development.
In Montréal’s boroughs, every spring and fall, you can green your property by buying one or more trees at a reduced price.
In some of Montréal’s boroughs, people with low incomes can register for sports and arts activities free of charge.
Montréal is offering one-time financial support to organizations receiving assistance under the Programme de soutien aux festivals et aux événements culturels or the Fonds marchés et vitrines culturels et créatifs, to help them adapt their B2B component to the constraints created by the pandemic.
The éco-quartier program aims to promote environmental citizenship and improve Montrealers’ living environments through environmental education and civic engagement. Find out more.
Montréal is offering financial support to private non-subsidized performance halls and independent cinemas for their eligible fixed costs. The emergency assistance covers a three-month period during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mission funding is available to non-profit organizations that rent space in a taxable, non-residential building.
Want to create a green alleyway in your neighbourhood? Discover how to get the financial assistance and support available to help you bring your project to fruition.
Selling online is more important than ever. Through a city program, merchants can obtain personalized guidance and training from electronic marketing advisors to help them develop an action plan, choose providers and set up an online store.
Since December 31, 2019, horse-drawn carriages are no longer be permitted on the streets of Montréal. Owners of carriage horses are invited to find out more about our placement program
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