The urban agglomeration of Montréal, in collaboration with its civil protection centre (Centre de sécurité civile), is closely monitoring the evolution of the COVID-19 situation, along with the regional public health department (Direction régionale de santé publique de Montréal).
Do you enjoy cross-country skiing, or would you like to give it a try? Our nature parks and other municipal parks offer ski trails for all experience levels.
Montréal is a great place to bike. Its vast network of 901 km of bike lanes makes it easy to travel all over the city, through parks, and along the river.
Are you looking for the perfect day camp for your child? During winter break and in the summer, the city’s boroughs offer more than 170 day camps for children ages 3 to 16.
Montréal’s libraries house a rich collection of easily accessible digital documents offered free of charge, including books, international newspapers and online courses. There are hundreds of options in multiple languages.
In Montréal, dog parks are the only public spaces where your dog is allowed to run free. Montréal is home to more than 50 dog parks open year-round, in every borough. Here is everything you need to know.
In Montréal, dogs deemed at risk and potentially dangerous are subject to specific regulations. Find out everything you need to know.
Do you want to sell your products or offer your services to the city? Here is how to do it.
In Montréal you must follow certain rules when installing or replacing doors and windows. Regulations differ for exterior and interior doors and windows as well as bay windows.
What should you do if you notice a change in your tap water? What types of advisories inform residents of the steps to take in the event of contamination or a service interruption? Learn everything you need to know about drinking water in Montréal.
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