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.
Montréal’s library collections include millions of documents, both physical and digital. Catalogues accessible online and in libraries facilitate searches and let subscribers quickly locate documents.
A commercial development corporation (SDC) is a non-profit association that aims to promote the economic development of a commercial zone.
Restaurant or bar terraces, also called “sidewalk cafés,” play a vital part in a neighbourhood’s social life. However, they must meet the strict development standards set out by each borough, and a permit is required to operate a commercial terrace.
Community gardens and collective gardens: Many boroughs offer you the chance to tend a vegetable garden. Find the right type of garden for your needs and enjoy taking part in urban agriculture.
Libraries offer an environment conducive to individual work or work in small groups. Computing stations and tablets are available to access the Internet, and users can meet in work rooms.
Would you like to find out if a lot is contaminated? See the city’s list of sites.
What are the risks of a drinking water contamination or shortage in Montréal? What measures does the city take to inform and assist residents in the event of a disaster? Find out what you need to know.
Would you like to bring your grill to the park and have a cookout? Find out everything you need to know about having a BBQ in Montréal parks.
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