Montréal’s libraries offer thousands of documents that can be viewed on site or borrowed for a few weeks.
Old furniture, household appliances, boards, construction or renovation debris. Find out how to get rid of bulky items you no longer use.
Find out about city contracts, how suppliers’ services are evaluated and how to complain about irregularities.
Montréal offers an environment conducive to the establishment and development of businesses thanks to its network of partners and organizations and to its subsidy programs and support services.
Want to understand how the value of your property, building or lot is calculated? Find out everything you need to know about the factors that influence its value.
Part of the city’s budget as well as certain borough budgets has been earmarked for resident projects. Do you have ideas for improving the quality of life in your city or neighbourhood? Would you like to vote for your favourite project? Find out what you need to know.
Cannabis, also known as marijuana, has been legal in Canada since 2018, but it is banned in public places.
Were you wronged or harmed and want to know your rights and recourses? In Montréal, you can file a complaint or a claim, depending on the situation.
Organize or participate in a cleanup in your neighbourhood. Let’s clean up together!
Fighting climate change is one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. To address this challenge, the city must reduce its greenhouse gas emissions considerably and become carbon-neutral over the next 24 years. This is a collective effort in which everyone must participate, including companies, organizations, governments and citizens.
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