The pandemic and the measures taken to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus are placing tremendous pressure on the population. Anxiety, depression and other mental health problems are on the rise in particular among teenagers.
Due to the constraints occasioned by the pandemic, the Town will not hold a Remembrance Day Ceremony at Peace Park, this year.
Residents are invited to take a break and reflect privately about war and its victims on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.
In light of the extension of sanitary measures in red zones until November 23 now that an initial period of 28 days has passed, recreational buildings closed to the public by the Town of Mount-Royal in order to comply with the directives are extending their closure until the same date.
"The closure of the Deux-Montagnes line as of May 11th, 2020 presents a unique opportunity to access the rail line in order to demolish and rebuild the Cornwall bridge to current standards.
In order to accommodate the current distancing directives and avoid gatherings, Town Council is asking interested residents to express their views in writing by November 26 – instead of in person – regarding the request for a minor variance at 85 Lockhart Avenue.
PME MTL Centre-Ouest offers information sessions to merchants every Friday in November to help them find their way through all the available emergency funds. Interest, eligible expenses, eligibility criteria, required documents...
It has taken nothing less than a pandemic to force the Town to call off its Remembrance Day ceremony this year. Every other fall, the duty of remembrance brings us to Peace Park, in front of Town Hall.
Pandemic or not, the Reginald J.P. Dawson Library is celebrating Early Childhood Week! If you borrow a package of books for toddlers between November 11 and November 30, you'll be eligible to win a surprise box for your child.
As of today, October 1, the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library closes to the public for 28 days, which does not equate a complete halt of its services.
While you will remain unable to enter the building, it will be possible to borrow traditional books and other documents on physical media from the library again as of Friday, May 29, by appointment only.
Administrative offices and Town shops: closed to the public from Tuesday, December 24, to Thursday, January 2 inclusive.
Recreation centre and arena: closed only on December 25 and January 1.
Except during summer, Town Hall is open from 8:30 to 16:30, Monday to Friday, and located at the following address:
90 Roosevelt Avenue
Town of Mount Royal, Quebec H3R 1Z5
In the spring of 2021, when the reconstruction of the Cornwall Bridge is completed, a new public space will be waiting to be landscaped in the Town centre, between the Laird and Cornwall bridges.
La magie du temps des Fêtes is a joyful adaptation of the fairy tale La famille Renard en vacances ! The Renard family will spend their December holidays in the sun ... With a new Christmas song from Brillantine et Grignotin!
Do you love Christmas, animals, and the environment? Are you feeling artistic? Join Anouk online for an hour of collage and drawing, and to find out how the animals of Quebec saved Christmas!
Despite what promises to be an unusual end to the year, the Town of Mount Royal invites its citizens to revive the spirit of the Holidays and to celebrate the magic and spread the joy by decorating their homes!
While the closure to the public of various municipal buildings in Mount Royal continues, including its recreational buildings, registration for the winter 2021 session of recreational activities is postponed.
Bellies and Babies: a series of three Zoom discussions on Tuesdays, December 1, 8 and 15, from 14:00 to 15:00. Registration required.
An initiative of the Mount Royal Parents’ Association (APMR).
Mount Royal, November 27, 2020 – The Town of Mount Royal is postponing the deadline for its consultation on the Rockland Special Planning Program (PPU) yet another time, with the new deadline now January 15, 2021.
In an attempt to receive as much input from residents as possible, Town Council members have decided to further postpone the date of the written consultation on the Rockland PPU.