Mount Royal, December 17, 2013 – As the Urban Agglomeration of Montreal has yet to adopt a budget, Town of Mount Royal cannot adopt its own budget.
Mount Royal, January 28, 2014 – Based on the positive experience with the electronic sign equipped with speed sensors that was installed on Lucerne Road last year to make drivers aware of the newly lowered speed limit, the Town has placed similar signs on Dresden Avenue and Canor
Mount Royal, April 16, 2014 – Like other boroughs and reconstituted cities on Montreal Island, the Town has entered into an agreement with one of its recognized organizations, the Mount Royal Outremont Soccer Club (CSMRO), granting it responsibility for managing Mount Royal’s hou
Starting April 22, Mount Royal encourages you to save drinking water and power with its Ecofitt kits
Mount Royal, April 22, 2014 – To help residents do their part to protect the environment, Mount Royal is pleased to promote the sale of 900 kits of water- and power-saving products.
Mount Royal, April 22, 2014 – This year’s Earth Day provided the perfect opportunity for Mayor Philippe Roy and the 12 young members of the Townschool Council to officially announce the impending installation of a beehive on the roof of Town Hall.
Marc Belcourt donates sculptures by his late spouse, Lorraine Schoeb Belcourt, to the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library
Mount Royal, April 23, 2014 – Long-time Mount Royal resident and loyal user of the Town library, Marc Belcourt recently decided to donate to the establishment several works sculpted by his late spouse, the artist Lorraine Schoeb Belcourt.
Mount Royal, June 16, 2014 – As part of the 2014 Emerald Ash Borer Action Plan, Town of Mount Royal’s Technical Services is currently treating ash trees on public property using a biological control agent.
Gaia Park is graced with a sculpture dedicated to the Olympic ideals, a gift of the Hellenic community
Mount Royal, July 15, 2014 – This evening in Gaia Park, in a ceremony that combined pride and gratitude, Mount Royal mayor Philippe Roy and the Town councillors unveiled a sculpture inspired by the Olympic spirit.
Mount Royal, September 8, 2014 – The new wing of the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library has been officially certified LEED Canada Gold for New Construction (NC).
Mount Royal, September 26, 2014 – Earlier this week, the Association of Suburban Municipalities published a news release in which it declared its formal opposition to Canada Post’s decision to install community mail boxes and eliminate home mail delivery across the Island of Mont
Mount Royal, October 14, 2014 – As a major public consultation on residential urban planning and heritage protection gets under way, Mayor Philippe Roy is encouraging all Mount Royal residents to speak openly about the aspects of these issues that matter to them.
Mount Royal, November 28, 2014 – Conducted between October 20 and 31 as part of the consultation on heritage and urban planning launched by the Town and serving as the first step in a multi-step process, the results of the CROP telephone survey commissioned by Town Council were r
Focused on the preventive maintenance of infrastructures, a balanced budget limits the tax bill increase to 2.17% in 2015
Mount Royal, December 15, 2014 – At this evening’s Council meeting, Mayor Philippe Roy presented the highlights of the Town’s nearly $85 million budget for 2015.
Mount Royal, February 6, 2015 – Town of Mount Royal confirms that it has amended its urban plan in order to prepare for and assist in the revitalization of part of its industrial sector. Specifically, a multi-purpose project in the zone is currently in the planning stages.
Mount Royal, March 12, 2015 – Well into its third season and benefiting from an ever more refined and clearly defined approach, the Townschool Council recently welcomed none other than the Honorable Lucien Bouchard as a guest speaker. Mr.
Mount Royal, April 7, 2015 – Tied to one or another of the Town’s many environmental protection initiatives, Mount Royal’s Earth Day celebrations have a different focus each year, one determined by opportunities that arise.
Mount Royal, April 27, 2015 – People who care about animal rights will be thrilled: Mount Royal is taking action to tighten control over the sale and living conditions of pets within its borders.
Mount Royal, May 27, 2015 – At the end of a long citizen consultation process that began last fall, Mayor Philippe Roy today presented the orientations that have been selected by the Town and will guide the drafting of amendments to a number of by-laws.
Communauto and the Town of Mount Royal are doubling the carsharing offer with the opening of a new station
Mount Royal, June 1, 2015 – Communauto and Town of Mount Royal are proud to announce the presence of a new carsharing service point on the territory. Within the next few days, the residents will be able to use the self-service vehicles, which are available upon reservation.
A first mural for Town of Mount Royal: The Townschool Council collaborated with MU to create a work representative of the Town
Mount Royal, August 19, 2015 – Town of Mount Royal and the arts organization MU today inaugurated the Town’s very first large-scale mural at a festive ceremony hosted by Mayor Philippe Roy.
Mount Royal, August 26, 2015 – This evening, Mayor Philippe Roy, accompanied by various Town councillors and dignitaries and the artist himself, celebrated the donation of a magnificent sculpture to the Town’s collection of art works.
Mount Royal, September 16, 2015 – Mayor Philippe Roy encourages all residents to take part in Terry Fox Day, which will happen this Sunday, September 20, from 11:00 to 12:30.
Mount Royal, December 14, 2015 – At the Council meeting held this evening, mayor Philippe Roy presented the highlights of the 2016 budget, a stable and prudent budget forward-looking and, most importantly, resolutely pro-resident.
Around this time last year, I had the pleasure of telling you about our just adopted Water Supply By-law No. 1419, which brought the Town into line with the provincial government’s Quebec Strategy for Drinking Water Conservation.
Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting the twelve primary school students who will make up Mount Royal’s first Townschool Council. You can believe me when I say that it was a dozen on-the-ball young people whom we welcomed to Town Hall that evening to be sworn in as junior councillors.
Local businesses play an important role in community life. And for us Townies, that’s certainly true of our Town centre businesses. Town centre is where, among other things, we meet our neighbours and friends. Where our children gather with their classmates, just like they do in our parks.
Barely a month ago, had I had the pleasure of celebrating the resumption of activities at the Town library, which is once again welcoming its many users after a period of major work.
Let’s be frank about it: Choosing to commit as a town councillor is far from glamorous. More than for notoriety, you do it out of a desire to change things, to enhance your neighborhood.
You hear a lot about government debt and public finance these days. And that’s a good thing. When a city, province or entire country racks up deficits and significantly adds to its debt load, it is doing nothing less than limiting the financial manoeuvring room of future generations.
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