Town of Mount Royal will ban oil heating, further limits wood heating, build one of the largest green roofs on the Island and restricts the distribution of circulars
Real action to respond to the climate emergency
Always seeking to do more and better in its response to the climate emergency, Mount Royal announces a series of new measures to protect the environment in a sustainable development vision.
As in preceding years, Town of Mount Royal’s 2018 financial report, which was tabled at this evening’s regular Council meeting, shows the municipality to be in solid financial shape and announces yet another budget surplus, this time of $9,183,518.
Every day, unsettling natural events remind us that climate change is under way. Each of us knows that the only realistic response to this enormous challenge is a collective effort that includes changing how we do things.
In observance of the National Patriots' Day holiday, all municipal buildings will be closed on Monday, May 21, including the Recreation centre, the library, the arena and the town shops.
The Town is moving ahead with its preparations for the new sports and community complex. The architects and engineers are hard at work finalizing the plans and specifications, with the goal of launching construction this fall.
Spring has been felt well in recent weeks in Town of Mount Royal! Many trees have already started to produce flowers or small leaves, adding a pleasant touch of green throughout the Town.
The opening of buds, in order to let the leaves out in spring, is called budburst.
Like every year, a sale by public auction will be held for the disposal of items held by the Town of Mount Royal, including IT supplies, a few digital cameras, a few bicycles and Public Works equipment. Items can be viewed and inspected starting at 9:00. Cash only.
Three TMR companies came on top yesterday, May 23, 2019, during the 35th edition of the Alpha Gala of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Saint-Laurent–Mount Royal (ccsl-mr.com).
Sound healing meditation consists of recorded music as well as the use of crystal and metal instruments that produce sound and vibration.
Last Tuesday, a citizen consultation on the future of St. Peter’s Church was held. Nearly one hundred residents attended to learn about the structural issues that led to the building’s sale by the Anglican Diocese to Sajo, a Mount Royal company.
Celebrate the arrival of summer on Tuesday, June 12, from 15:00 to 19:00 with a Bake Sale event organized by the CHU Sainte-Justine! In case of rain, postponed to the day after.
Registration for our summer camps continues. Parents are invited to register their child as soon as they can. Various camps are offered; they will occupy the children from June 25 to August 16.
The Town of Mount Royal, in cooperation with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, invites TMR residents to celebrate Canada Day and to attend the swearing-in of new Canadians at 11:00 in Town Hall, Schofield Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue).
The 2019 Tour de l'Île de Montréal routes will affect driving in Town of Mount Royal on Sunday, June 2. The routes will follow on Beaumont Street and Dresden Street (Jean-Talon).