Find out how to file a complaint about an establishment that sells or distributes food or report food poisoning.
As part of the access to city services without fear policy, Montréal offers a free, confidential support service to recent immigrants who are victims of abuse or crime. This service is provided by the Crime Victims Assistance Centre (CAVAC) of Montréal.
Want to remove graffiti from your house or garage door, or to report graffiti on street furniture in your neighbourhood?
Discover different facets of the city through the Archives historiques de Montréal Web site. The site makes a variety of documents related to the city’s history and development available to researchers, historians and the greater public.
The home book loan service allows people ages 65 and over or people with limited mobility who have a library subscription to receive books or other documents at home free of charge, without having to go in person to the library.
They cross Montréal from east to west or from north to south. They are a popular tourist destination because of their shops or their history. When you learn their stories, you’ll never see them the same way. Visit the index of Montréal’s main streets.
The inter-library loan service with libraries outside of Montréal’s library network lets users have a book or a document delivered by another organization. This service is offered free of charge to all library subscribers.
If you are a tenant and your dwelling is poorly heated, does not meet sanitation standards or has rodents, we can help.
View our interactive maps to find information on zoning, heritage areas, protected spaces and much more.
The Répertoire historique des toponymes montréalais is an online service (in French) that allows you to learn about the origins and meaning of the names of streets, places, parks, buildings and other public sites in Montréal.
This page is not available in English. You will be redirected to the English home page.