Alongside the Town’s municipal services, a number of community resources are available in our garden city and several of them work closely with us, including through our Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department.
Some resources, such as the Volunteer Centre, are complementary to our own community support services.
Association de parents de Mont-Royal
Volunteer group of parents who seek to foster their children’s development through various activities and services offered to members.
Girl Guides of Canada
Person responsible: Tracey Brennan
Girl Guides of Canada, the organization of choice for girls and women, enables them to be confident, resourceful and courageous and to make a difference in the world.
Mount Royal Adult Hockey Leagues
Structured and competitive hockey leagues for men and women age 18 and over.
Women’s division (email): email@example.com
Men’s division: call Stéphan Trihey at 514-866-6883
Mount Royal Executive Hockey League (age 35 and over)
Person Responsible: Yvon Desroches
The organization’s mission is to encourage players age 35 and over to play in an ice hockey league.
Mount Royal-Outremont Minor Hockey Association
Recreational and competitive hockey leagues young people of both sexes between the ages of 5 and 21. Matches are scheduled during the week and on weekends.
Mount Royal Pottery Studio
Come and learn all aspects of working with clay.
Mount Royal Volunteer Centre
The centre assists seniors and other individuals who want to maintain their independence and continue living at home. It provides services such as help with errands, transportation, friendly visits and various activities. The centre is always looking for volunteers!
New Horizons Workshop
A woodworking shop that allows seniors to create objects for their own use and for community organizations.
Tel.: 514-824-2979 (Chil)
Tel.: 514-233-9701 (Hathi)
Scouts Canada offers girls and boys a program of activities designed to develop their character and help them become informed, responsible and constructive members of society.
Table ronde sur l’art de Mont-Royal (TRAM)
TRAM is a non-profit organization comprised of artists and lovers of art. Its twofold mission is to promote art and a dynamic artistic life in Town of Mount-Royal. If you are a painter (oil, acrylic, watercolour, pastel, mixed media, etc.), photographer or poet or are involved in any other visual art, feel free to contact us. TRAM is the answer to your need for creative expression!
Town of Mount Royal Curling Club
Curling combines luck, strategy and skill. This amateur team sport is for people of all ages and fitness levels.
Town of Mount Royal Figure Skating Club
Figure skating techniques for boys and girls at every level. Learn-to-skate programs for children three years old and up.
Town of Mount Royal Horticultural Society
Forum for all types of gardeners. Captivating talks, May perennial exchange, June rose and flower exhibit and discounts at several nurseries. Annual membership fee: $10.
Tel.: 514-255-5151 #24508 (Virginie Delannoy)
An initiative of the Canadian Cancer Society, the Trottibus Walking School Bus is a supervised “pedestrian bus” for elementary school children. We rely on volunteers!
Other community organizations
Cercle des aînés Saint-Joseph de Mont-Royal (Mme Marie Comeau, 514-739-1886)
Mount Royal Municipal Association (Farid Tannous, 514-731-9110/514-868-3510)
Mount Royal Ski School (John Kooiman, 514-731-2298)
Town of Mount Royal Rugby Football Club (Marc Labbé, 514-739-1583)
Places of worship
1000 Lucerne Road
Église Saint-Joseph de Mont-Royal
100 Thornton Avenue
Hungarian United Church
50 Graham Boulevard
Mount Royal United Church
1800 Graham Boulevard
New Canadians Baptist Church
1012 Saint-Clare Road
Parish of the Annunciation
75 Roosevelt Avenue
Presbyterian Church of Town of Mount Royal
1491 Laird Boulevard
St. Peter's Anglican Church
900 Laird Boulevard