The Demolition Review Committee will hold a meeting regarding the application for demolition of the building located at 159 Balfour Avenue.
Quebec Public Library Week - Reference and Readers’ Advisory at the Library: All Questions Are Allowed!
There is no such thing as a good or bad question at the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library’s Reference desk! How can I best explain sexuality to my child? How do you get over grief? How can I plan my trip to Asia? What are the effects of climate change? Where does the fear of snakes come from?
Semaine des bibliothèques publiques
Book talk with Mary Melfi
Come meet Mary Melfi, author of In the backyard, her memoir about how to rebuild your life after the passing of a loved one. An actor will also be present to do a reading of excerpts.
LIBRARY EXHIBITION HALL
When: Tuesday, October 29, at 18:30
Where: Parish of the Annunciation Church (77 Roosevelt Avenue)
The meeting will discuss the following topics:
Mount Royal on Track to Achieve a New Year-End Surplus According to Its Latest Comparative Statements
Mount Royal, October 22, 2019 – According to a report on the comparative statements of revenue and expenditures for the nine-month period that ended on September 30, the Town of Mount Royal appears on track to achieve a new surplus at the end of the current fiscal year.
Mayor Roy Is Pleased with the First Two Years of His Current Mandate and Sets the Stage for Upcoming Priorities
Mount Royal, October 22, 2019 – On November 5, Philippe Roy will be exactly halfway through his third term as mayor of the Town of Mount Royal.
Halloween party at the Pierre Laporte gymnasium & pool (955 Rockland Road).
Cost: $8 per child, $10 per adult or $25 for a family of 4 (2 children and 2 adults).
Our Public Security Department is always looking for patrolling agents to join its ranks.
By patrolling Town streets and public spaces, agents must demonstrate strong customer service skills and ease at communicating with the public.
Mount Royal, October 24, 2019 – In light of the government and media attention over the last few days in Québec regarding the potential presence of lead in drinking water, its testing and maximum acceptable concentration standards, the Town of Mount Royal wants to clarify that it
Mount Royal, October 24, 2019 – In light of the concerns raised at the Council’s regular meeting on October 22, the Town of Mount Royal would like to reiterate that emergency services are already involved in discussions regarding the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) project.
On November 5, your elected officials will have reached the halfway point of their current term. So, now is a good time to go over the achievements that marked the first two years of the mandate and, most importantly, lay down our priorities for the two years ahead.
Mount Royal, October 29, 2019 – With only a few weeks remaining before the planned replacement work begins on the Cornwall Bridge, the Town has finally negotiated new measures for the benefit of all Townies.
In order to support the decision of the other cities and boroughs on the island of Montreal and because of the weather forecast, the Town of Mount Royal recommends that Halloween festivities be postponed until the following day, Friday, November 1.
This series of tips (including useful addresses, when appropriate) is in keeping with the Town of Mount Royal Sustainable Development Plan (2016), which the Town uses as a basis for coordinating several of its green initiatives.
Our annual vaccination clinic is offered free of charge for those who are eligible in Schofield Hall.
The process takes from 30 to 45 minutes. Simply show up with your Medicare card, without an appointment.
Construction work on the new sports and community complex in Mount Royal will begin in early 2020. Initially planned for September 2019, the relocation of the activities and offices of the Recreation, Culture and Community Activities Department will therefore take place only in January.