Montréal strives to be a universally accessible city where all people can exercise their rights and carry out their daily activities independently and without barriers, regardless of their abilities.
Libraries offer a full slate of activities and trainings free of charge on site, online, in parks during the summer, and elsewhere thanks to a collaboration with community organizations. Activities include story times, book clubs, and introduction to computing.
Are you dedicated to customer service and keen to deliver quality services to Montrealers? Do you get excited by technical challenges and enjoy being in the heat of the action? Montréal offers many different types of jobs as well as opportunities to innovate.
Do you have an air conditioning or cooling unit that uses drinking water? As of in January 2018, residents are required to replace these types of units with a fully compliant air conditioning unit, heat pump or other system. Find out everything you need to know.
What measures has Montréal adopted to monitor air quality? How are industrial atmospheric emissions verified? Here’s what you need to know.
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Get a permit, receive alerts and report issues: Create your account on montreal.ca to request services or create applications and track their progress. It’s fast, easy and free of charge!
Officers patrol the parks and streets of Montréal to raise public awareness and ensure adherence to animal control regulations. Find out more about the animal patrol.
Wondering where you might teach your kids to skate? Looking for an outdoor rink to play hockey with friends? Enjoy Montréal’s arenas and outdoor rinks in city parks.
In Montréal, only certain types of pets are authorized.
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