Have you suffered a loss or damage that you feel was caused by an action performed by—or attributable to—Town of Mount Royal?
If so, you should submit a claim by following the rules in the Cities and Towns Act or the Civil Code, as the case may be.
The 7th edition of the Montreal Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk will take place on Sunday, September 22, at Danyluk Park. Kick off at 11:30, on-site registration starting at 10:00. All funds raised go towards Bladder Cancer Canada, a national charity.
The latest assessment roll for the City of Montreal was submitted on September 11, 2019. The values it contains reflect market conditions as at July 1, 2018. It is the basis for your 2020, 2021 and 2022 tax bills.
On September 16 and 17, the Town will carry out street resurfacing on Graham Boulevard, at the corner of Boulevard de l'Acadie (northbound). The work will be conducted between 9:00 and 15:00.
Mount Royal Celebrates: outdoor concerts and other shows. This movie is presented in its original English version, in collaboration with Virgin Radio. Free admission, bring your chairs.
Information: 514 734-2928.
In a short video posted today (September 16, 2019), the REM explains the modernisation work that will take place under the mountain and why the Deux-Montagnes line must be interrupted as of January 2020.
Hosted by Anaïs Fugère, this workshop is for both dads and moms who wish to understand what a father’s role is in raising a child. Using an approach based on understanding without judgment, participants will be able to exchange ideas.
Mount Royal, September 16, 2019 – With the Université de Montréal’s new MIL Campus welcoming its first cohort of students this month, Town of Mount Royal has announced that it will soon erect, on campus, a monumental work by contemporary sculptor Claude Millette.
Councillor for District No. 5, Michelle Setlakwe is a lawyer by profession. She practiced corporate law for 10 years in a large Montreal firm. As a mother of three, she has given back to the community through volunteer citizen involvement in our neighbourhood french public schools, notably as chair of Fondation St-Clément. Over the years, she has also undertaken volunteer work for the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, including as a member of the "Healing More Better" campaign cabinet.
Organized by the Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal (SIM), Open House is a tangible and unique initiative in Montréal’s fire stations that is a perfect opportunity to meet the public and answer their questions.
Do you often tend to eat the same thing at breakfast?
Come and discover quick-prepared ideas to optimize your breakfasts and get your day off to a good start!
Councillor for District No. 3 and a Town of Mount Royal native, Erin Kennedy has served as a Town councillor since 1999. She has a special interest in community involvement and has distinguished herself as chair of the Mount Royal Volunteer Centre. She remains active in her church and in non-profit organizations.
A summer full of flavours is at our doors. Indeed, for the second year in a row, foodtrucks will be back to enhance your Thursday evenings at Connaught Park. On site from 17:00 to 21:00, they will introduce you to different types of dishes from here and abroad.
While the international community is increasingly committed to addressing climate and environmental issues, the Town is also doing its part by offering its residents monthly suggestions as simple as they are practical.
Before demolishing a building in whole or in part, you must first obtain a demolition permit from our Urban Planning and Inspection Division.
Before granting you that permit, our Demolition Review Committee, which consists of three (3) Council members, will first review your project.
Mandated by Town Council to study construction and renovation projects, the Planning Advisory Committee (usually designated by its French acronym, CCU) is a body found in municipalities all over Quebec and empowered under Section 146 of the Act respecting land use planning and develo