As per the Town’s usual accordance with the latest government directives, the closure to the public of most municipal buildings in Mount Royal, including its recreational buildings, remains ongoing.
Starting February 10, 2021, the library will reopen to the general public from Monday to Saturday, 10:00 to 17:00. Users will regain access to the stacks. Contactless loans will no longer be available.
On February 3, the APMR organized a virtual meeting about local security. Mayor Philippe Roy, Councillor Michelle Setlakwe and Town Manager Ava Couch joined with Public Security and the Service de police de la ville de Montréal (SPVM) to answer questions from residents.
Vegetarian or carnivore? Animals also have their own eating habits! Find out just how vastly different diets are in the animal kingdom! And observe several species feasting on tasty morsels ...
This workshop aims to raise children’s awareness of basic musical concepts (rhythm, pitch, nuance, etc.). Discovering and handling musical instruments is, of course, an integral part of the workshop.
Interactive workshop with Dunnia Lopez. The young gardeners will plant several types of seed and get advice on how to grow them indoors and transplant them to the garden when the time is right. All required materials will be provided by the library.
This beginners dance workshop is built around stories, games, and sounds that inspire participants to learn about their bodies and to interact with their environment.
In order to accommodate the current distancing directives and avoid gatherings, Town Council is asking interested residents to express their views in writing by February 25 – instead of in person – regarding the application for demolition at 308 and 310, Geneva Crescent.
Short of providing a specific date, the CIUSSS West-Central Montreal announces that three vaccination centres will soon open in the Décarie Square shopping center (6900 Décarie Boulevard), in an office building at 7101 Parc Avenue and at the Bill-Durnan Arena (4988 Vézina Street).
Developer Carbonleo’s Royalmount project aims to transform a limited part of Town of Mount Royal’s industrial sector by building, from the ground up, a new real estate development there. This major private-sector project has not only changed significantly over the years but continues to do so.
The Réseau express métropolitain (REM), an ambitious project to build an electric train that will link various parts of the greater Montreal area, including the Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport, will include 67 km of tracks, have 27 stations and connect with the Montreal metro.
Due to the exceptional sanitary measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus, the Mount Royal Council meeting on Monday, February 22, 2021, 19:00, will be held in camera and webcast live.
After receiving more than 150 proposals from citizens for the name of the new public space currently being built above the railway in Town centre, the time has come for the public to choose a winner from among the six candidates selected by the Town.
Dive into a typical meal to discover the fascinating science behind everyday food! Unlock the mysteries in your fridge, such as: why do avocados turn brown? Are there nitrites in ham? Is there gluten in wheat? Can tomatoes ripen on the counter? Why does Swiss cheese have holes?
Conference: Stop Overeating by Learning to Listen to Your Body, with Guylaine Guevremont, NutritionistServices for residents · Library
By the end of this engaging talk with the author of Kilos Zen, participants will have a clearer understanding of why diets don’t work and learn how to develop a healthier relationship with their bodies.
Info Construction REM: Construction of the future Canora and Mont-Royal stations, as well as the dalle park and the Cornwall Bridge
Construction of REM stations Canora and Mont-Royal
"Work to enclose the buildings will continue through the winter, as some of the future stations' distinctive architectural elements, such as the glass walls and wood ceilings, are brought to life."
Info Construction REM : Reconstruction of the Jean-Talon Bridge and the CP railway bridge, as well as the excavation of material by the former Portal-Heights station
Demolition and reconstruction of the new Jean-Talon Bridge
Vote for your favourite name (first and second choice) for the public space currently under construction between the Laird and Cornwall bridges. You have until February 18, 2021, 16:30 to register your preferences.
While municipal offices remain closed to the public for an indefinite period of time, with Town Hall among them, a progressive reopening of recreational buildings and installations is ongoing. In accordance with the usual sanitary measures, restrictions apply.
Following the latest government directives, the registration periods for March 9 and 15 have been postponed. In addition, please be advised that spring swimming lessons scheduled to begin on March 22 are postponed and will start the week of April 6, 2021.
This by-law provides specific information on matters of parking, access ramps and speed limits on public roads.
This by-law allows Council to delegate certain powers to officers and employees, including in contractual matters.
Many of you took part in our contest to help name the new public space, which is now under construction above the railway line, in the town centre. I wanted to express my deepest gratitude. Thanks to you, the contest was a success.
Mount Royal, February 22, 2021 – Following the popular vote with over 750 participating residents, Station Square will be the new name for the public space under construction above the railway line between the Laird and Cornwall bridges. This submission won with 51% of the vote.
Self-service distribution of compost on October 9 and 10, from 9:00 to 16:00 at the municipal workshops (180 Clyde Road).
Limited quantity. Please bring a shovel and sturdy containers and plan on showing a proof of residency.
In 2020, self-service distribution of compost on May 8 and 9, from 9:00 to 16:00 at the municipal workshops (180 Clyde Road).
In the fall, on October 9 and 10, same hours, same place.
On March 13, at 10:00, residents of Mount Royal and of the island of Montreal are invited to drop a non-perishable food item on their doorstep.
Accès-Cité is the system that allows you to view your tax account online and register for recreation activities.
Please note that an interruption is scheduled betweeb 8:00 and 10:00 on Tuesday, March 9. This interruption is required to perform maintenance work and system updates.
A physical expression activity, this yoga workshop develops children’s strength, flexibility and balance. Using accessories and imitating animals and objects, participants will learn yoga postures while having fun. By the Studio Tre Punti.
This exciting workshop is designed to introduce students to the techniques of stop motion animation. Students will learn how to develop a short story, create characters using plasticine, and construct a background with the help of their teacher, Erik Goulet.
Are your eyes playing tricks on you? Or is it your brain? Discover how brains interpret images while making your very own 3-D glasses. All required materials will be provided by the library. By Les Scientifines.
Mount Royal, March 8, 2021 – Following the success of its first initiative on September 13, 2020, the Miracle Movement Food Drive will be returning to the Montreal region on March 13 to help those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2021, the change to Daylight Saving Time will kick in at 2:00 on the night of Saturday, March 13, to Sunday, March 14: turn your clocks forward an hour.
Echoing the initiative of the Government of Quebec, which did the same on the central tower of the Parliament Building and other government buildings, the flags have been lowered to half-mast at Mount Royal Town Hall today, on March 11, 2021, and will remain so from dawn to dusk.
Rockland Special Planning Program (PPU): Update and Invitation Extended to Residents to a Feedback Event on March 16
Mount Royal, February 22, 2021 – Following the multiform consultation on the Rockland Special Planning Program (PPU), which was extended a few times to gather feedback from as many residents as possible, the Town of Mount Royal plans to present its results live online on March 16
Dancing, swimming, painting and more – a wide variety of recreational programs are offered in Mount Royal. Children, adults and seniors are sure to find an activity that appeals to them. See the recreation brochure for details on the multitude of courses, workshops and activities available.
Special measures (COVID-19)
From March 8 to April 3 incl., by reservation only (*closed on Friday, April 2 - Holiday). The arena will accommodate up to 25 skaters at a time for public skating, as per the following schedule: Monday to Friday first one-hour block at 16:30, Saturday and Sunday first one-hour block at 10:00, half-hour cleanup between the blocks. Reservation online, maximum of 24 hours in advance. Mandatory face mask starting at age 10 in common areas. Please note that when free skating, the wearing of a helmet is mandatory at the arena.
Due to the exceptional sanitary measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus, the Mount Royal Council meeting on Monday, March 22, 2021, 19:00, will be held in camera and webcast live.
The new spring-summer brochure of our recreational activities just came out and registration will begin on March 29.
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Ever-concerned about the environment and your health, Town of Mount Royal prohibits the application and use of synthetic pesticides. Environment-friendly alternatives exist: learn about them!