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CCMP day of reflection + general assembly: Postponed to Saturday, February 4th, 12-5pm

January 24th, 2023

In the last few years, the CCMP has seen incredible growth, with many new projects (like a community center, gardens etc.), 20 times more funding, and many new volunteers. See our latest annual report here. It has also brought growing pains, and has raised existential questions like: What should we be working on between mobilization/advocacy, education, and […]

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Milton Parc Heroes: Snowclearing

January 23rd, 2023

Do you know any Milton Parc residents who need help clearing snow from their entrance because they are elderly or have mobility issues? Comm-Un, in collaboration with the CCMP, has housed and unhoused volunteers who want to contribute to the community by clearing snow. Part of our collaborative action plan is to build a resilient and […]

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Space Available for Rent

January 23rd, 2023

Meeting + event space available to rent: Bar Milton Parc has a capacity for 120 people and a functioning bar. They charge $100 per event, pay what you can/flexible. It is a great place for a party or a co-op general assembly The CCMP’s common room and library is available for small meetings of up […]

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Popular education on the Solidarity Economy

January 19th, 2023

⚡️FREE ONLINE COURSE⚡️ Towards Cooperative Commonwealth: Transition in a Perilous Century (Jan 29th–June 2023) This year, we are offering a FREE, ONLINE course on a just transition to a democratic ecological economy. The course contains 8 modules, each on really interesting topics like democratizing social care 🏥, ecological food systems 👩‍🌾, stewarding the land 🌳, […]

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CCA Exhibition on Inuit Culture | Guided tours of Milton Parc | Eviction at LaCité | BBQ and film evening | Assembly for Hôtel-Dieu

August 23rd, 2022

CCA’s Exhibition on Inuit Culture: Community Visit The Canadian Center for Architecture (CCA) is doing a major exhibition about the Inuit sense of home, culture, architecture, and housing. ᐊᖏᕐᕋᒧᑦ / Ruovttu Guvlui / Towards Home. Every Thursday, the CCA will also be hosting Inuit culture evenings with film screenings, games, and performances. Join us for our community visit (with free entry) […]

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Community Picnic for Lucia Kowaluk Day

June 25th, 2022

Parc Lucia Kowaluk Friday, July 1st, 2022 Come and celebrate the life of Lucia, the power of community, and citizen action! Participate in the launch of the Foundation and the Centre in her name. 12pm: Shared lunch (welcome to bring something to share) 1pm: Statements in memory of Lucia Kowaluk 2pm: Open mic performances (welcome to […]

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Réaménagement du parc Lucia-Kowaluk

May 24th, 2022

En septembre 2020, l’ancien espace vert à l’angle des avenues du Parc et Des Pins est zoné en parc et nommé en l’honneur de Lucia Kowaluk. Les activités de type télétravail et classes à l’air libre, ainsi que la détente et la contemplation du parc du Mont-Royal seront également mises de l’avant dans le projet. […]

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United Nations World Environment Day Sunday, June 5, 2022

May 24th, 2022

United Nations World Environment Day Sunday, June 5, 2022 and the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Law Omstead * Organised by the Milton-Parc Citizens Committee, and supported by the Sierra Club (Québec), the comité  environnement Milton-Parc, Communauté Milton-Parc,  the McGill Soudent Council, les Amis de la Montage, and others… 12 noon set-up Picnic, […]

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BBQ/Potluck with COGIR Tenants Organizing for Lower Rent and Better Conditions

May 16th, 2022

Over the past month and a half, over 70 Cogir tenants in Milton-Parc have signed petitions with the Montreal Autonomous Tenants’ Union (SLAM-MATU). Their demands concern poor building conditions, compensation for damaged property, repairs to mailboxes, elevators, and dryers, and rent reductions. For some tenants, rent is over $1100 for small one-bedrooms. Cogir is a giant landlord. They manage over […]

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Statement: Goldmanco’s Fence at Milton / Parc Must Stay Down

May 16th, 2022

Sign here On May 2, 2022, community members of the Milton-Parc neighbourhood took action against a fence that had been erected to keep people who are homeless out of a vacant lot. We support the permanent removal of this fence and the empty lot’s restoration as a community space. The steel fence at the intersection […]

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