All levels. No experience required!
Each night, we spend two hours reproducing a new painting together while enjoying snacks and drinks. Under the supervision of artist Vladimir Midvichi, it’s a wonderful activity that will surely awaken your love of painting!
$45 per evening.
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.
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.
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.
Free admission. Activity in French, in the auditorium at École secondaire Mont-Royal, for TMR residents and parents of children attending a local school.
Adolescence is a challenging time for our young people... and their parents!
Make sure your household waste and bins don’t interfere with snow removal operations!
By blocking the passage of sidewalk plows during heavy precipitation events, bins and other containers placed on sidewalks slow down snow removal operations and increase the risk of collision.
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.
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.
Construction of the Réseau express métropolitain’s Canora and Mont-Royal stations
When: Wednesday, February 27, at 18:30
Where: Parish of the Annunciation Church (71 Roosevelt Avenue)
On Tuesday, February 5, at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue), residents can sign a register for each one of these by-laws between 9:00 and 19:00, without interruption.
Draft By-law No. 1441-3 would amend Zoning By-law No. 1441 with respect to the minimum floor area ratio (CES) and the minimum coverage ratio (COS) for the zone C-214-A (Beaumont sector), currently occupied by the Métro grocery store, among others.
Contrary to popular belief, most vegetables adapt well to life in pots, bins, and other containers.
Discover simple yet ingenious solutions for growing a wide variety of edible plants in all kinds of spaces.
Activity in French, at the exhibition hall. Free admission.
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.
9:00 – 12:00
13:00 – 16:00
For ages 8 to 12
This interactive workshop on Chinese culture and calligraphy will let participants practise the art of brush handling and create Asian-style illustrations. They will also learn a few words in Mandarin.
15:00 – 16:00
For ages 6 and over
Participants will have fun preparing a delicious recipe and learning how maple syrup is made. The activity will end with a tasting of the recipe the participants prepared.
10:30 – 12:00
For ages 6 to 12
Registration at the Youth counter or at 514 734-2973
Little Mouse lives with his parents in the walls of a school. He dreams of venturing into Mrs. Padoli's classroom to learn to read.