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.
The Pierrefonds-Roxboro libraries are seeking to collect 500 written memories by citizens and neighbors of the borough as part of a writing project by the poet Fortner Anderson, the author in residence.
Are you part of a Montréal cultural organization? The city is offering funding to provide entertainment through festivals and events in an extended downtown area.
Is your child less than a year old? Take out a library subscription for your child and receive a reader kit containing a board book and other surprises free of charge.
The support program for international, national and citywide sports events offers financial assistance to sports event organizers to hold amateur sport events and competitions in Montréal.
The support program for sports and water sports activities offers non-profit organizations in Montréal and its boroughs the chance to get financial assistance for water-related outdoor projects in bodies of water around Montréal.
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