Does your draft petition concern the city or your borough? What is the subject of your draft petition? What draft petitions are excluded? Find out everything you need to know.
Before submitting a draft petition, please ensure that it is eligible. You may also determine if your project concerns the city or a borough.
Draft petitions eligible in connection with the city
construction of new sports facility
noise management in Montréal
construction of social housing
Draft petitions eligible in connection with your borough
A draft petition in connection with a borough must concern a subject under the authority of borough council.
the development of a sports facility in a borough park
the construction of a recreation centre
the amendment of parking regulations in the borough
Principal projects excluded from the right of initiative
A project is not eligible if it concerns:
the division of powers
governance or the status of the city
administrative organization, the management of contracts, or the application of collective agreements
the budget, fees or taxes
The following draft petitions are among those deemed ineligible:
constraints to the Montréal Charter of Rights and Responsibilities
draft petitions for which a public consultation process or an approval by referendum is already provided for under law
draft petitions already submitted to a public consultation in the last three years
draft petitions received in the last two years without leading to the submission of a compliant petition
draft petitions that may be submitted to the Commission de la sécurité publique
draft petitions that may be the object of a complaint filed with the ombudsman (impacts of an annual festival, etc.)
draft petitions in litigation before the courts or already subject to a ruling or an out-of-court settlement
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