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.
The measures in our Equal Access to Employment Program are designed to foster diversity in our workforce. The program ensures a fair and equitable hiring process for women, Indigenous people, visible or ethnic minorities and people with disabilities. See below for details.
This program was designed to help owners of industrial lots with contaminated soil in eastern Montréal through a subsidy to rehabilitate their land for a project.
You may be able to get a refund for the purchase or rental of cloth diapers and other sustainable hygiene products. Some boroughs also provide grants for feminine hygiene products such as washable menstrual underwear and sanitary napkins.
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.
The Arrondissement de Lachine and the Caisse Desjardins de Lachine have joined forces to set up a $60,000 COVID-19 Emergency Fund for our territory. This emergency financial assistance is intended to support the efforts of the community organizations on Borough territory as well as the economic vitality of its employment sectors and commercial streets.
We invite you to submit a project that could receive financial assistance. The Lachine COVID-19 Emergency Fund has two components: social and economic.
MTLWiFi provides a free connection to the Internet through its extensive wireless network. You can get access in a number of outdoor spaces and public buildings belonging to the city. Find out how to access the network here.
Would you like to get involved in your community and advise the mayor and elected officials on all issues related to seniors, and make the needs, interests and realities of seniors heard in Pierrefonds-Roxboro? - We need you.
As of December 31, 2019, horse-drawn carriages will no longer be permitted on the streets of Montréal. Owners of carriage horses are invited to find out more about our placement program
To contribute to the development and improvement of Borough residents’ quality of life through an offer of services that is accessible, diversified and good quality, and all in cooperation with the community.