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) with indigenous and non-indigenous Milton Parc residents on Thursday, August 25th, from 6pm! If possible, please let us know if you plan to attend: Co-organised by the CCMP with the CCA, Comm-Un and the Indigenous Support Worker Project.

🤸‍♂️ Guided Tours of Milton Parc 🌻
The Milton Parc Citizens’ Committee is organising a series of walking tours. Learn about the incredible history of citizen activism, get involved in neighbourhood projects, and change the world! This Friday 26 August, at 2:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 4pm. Meeting point: 3516 av du Parc. The visits last an hour.
Tenant Evicted From Lacité appartment in need of help 

The proceeds from this GoFundMe ( will be used to cover Robert’s moving costs, rent, and utilities, as well as other essentials. Your donation will help us to fight unjustified abuse of power! For information on Robert’s situation, a detailed description is available through the GoFundMe link above. If you wish to offer aid in a form other than money, please contact SLAM-MATU at or through Instagram @slam.matu.
CCMP, 3516 Parc
Sunday, August 28th. 6pm BBQ starts / 730pm films 

**Free food and 2 short films on community organizing.** Vegan dogs available. The first film is on tenant organizing in Toronto against gentrifying landlord scum; and the second is an extremely heartwarming 🧱 documentary on a group of anarchists in Richmond, Virginia. Donations will be collected for the Montreal Autonomous Tenants’ Union’s eviction defence funds.

Public Meeting on the future of l’Hôtel-Dieu
Thursday September 15th, 6-8pm
La Cité des Hospitalières

Come out in large numbers to support the social development project for the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal site led by the Communauté Saint-Urbain and its partners. The Saint-Urbain Community’s project represents an innovative solution to the housing crisis by proposing to create more than 300 housing units for families, single people, people at risk of homelessness, seniors and students.

Come meet the candidates! 
Candidates from the major provincial political parties will be invited to describe how their government could support the project. This event will undoubtedly be a unique opportunity to appeal to all political decision-makers by asking them for clear and formal support for the Saint-Urbain Community project.