Un article très intéressant sur la manière dont Airbnb provoque une pénurie de logements dans notre quartier

Pour lire un article très intéressant sur la manière dont airbnb est à l’origine d’une pénurie de logements dans la région, cliquez sur ce lien.

Notman Garden Saved!

“The Borough Council meeting of Monday, February 5th, took steps to expropriate by the Ville de Montreal , the Notman Garden at the corner of Milton and Clark. The historic green space has been the center of much citizen action and protest to save it as such and therefore not to have a row of condos built on it. The Notman Garden will now … Continue reading

Andy, Stitchy and Jimi enjoying the sun in Parc Léo Pariseau

Andy Rahal with his dogs Stitchy and Jimi enjoying the sunshine in Parc Léo-Pariseau. He agrees that this downton oasis should be preserved as a park for all humans and canines to enjoy.

Our event at Parc Léo-Pariseau featured in The Gazette

By Christine Muschi from The Gazette, April 22, 2017 ” Montrealers celebrate Earth Day, march for science From planting trees to bike sales to drumming circles and potlucks, Montrealers participated in worldwide Earth Day celebrations on Saturday. Despite the rain, about 100 people — from young children to senior citizens — gathered at Léo-Pariseau Park … Continue reading

Pétition: Zonage ”Parc” pour l’espace Léo-Pariseau / ”Park” zoning for Leo-Pariseau space

Pétition destinée au conseil d’arrondissement du Plateau Mont-Royal Nous, les soussignés, citoyens de Montréal, demandons au conseil d’arrondissement du Plateau Mont-Royal, et durant cette année électorale, de modifier à nouveau le zonage de l’espace vert situé sur le côté Est de l’avenue du Parc, au bas de l’avenue des Pins, liées par Léo-Pariseau (Parc Léo-Pariseau), … Continue reading

La Presse: Hôtel-Dieu: des groupes se mobilisent pour penser l’avenir du site

Pour lire l’article du journal La Presse, clique sur ce lien.

Hands-On Activism: Lucia Kowaluk C.M., President of CCMP, featured in the Link

Here is the article which appeared in the Link, Concordia’s newspaper, featuring Lucia Kowaluk’s talk: http://thelinknewspaper.ca/article/5283

ANOTHER GOOD REASON TO PRESERVE PARC OXYGEN

Lucia Kowaluk with Gabrielle Weech A book, recently published and based on extensive research by two health specialists at Harvard University, gives proven evidence that the presence of greenery (whether in school rooms, hospitals or urban mini-parks) has a positive and healthy effect on people. Dr.Alan Logan,. a naturopath and Dr. Eva Selhub M.D. the authors … Continue reading