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July 15, 2014

Gaia Park is graced with a sculpture dedicated to the Olympic ideals, a gift of the Hellenic community

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. The specially commissioned work, created by artist Praxitelis Tzanoulinos and shipped recently from Greece, was generously donated to the Town by the families of Paul and Melpa Kamateros, Nicolas Tsatas, Jimmy Christopoulos and Nicolaos Arcolakis. Among the dignitaries gathered at the park to celebrate the statue’s unveiling were Thanos Kafopoulos, Consul General of Greece in Montreal, Mount Royal MP Irwin Cotler and Laurier-Dorion MNA Gerry Sklavounos, who represents the nearby Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension neighbourhood.

The sculpture is a stylized globe encircled by the Olympic rings and a few laurel branches. Made of stainless steel, the sphere measures 1.4 m in diameter and weighs more than 320 kg. The selection of Gaia Park as its setting is no accident, as the green space was named in honour of the Greek goddess of the Earth in 2009.

Located near the Town limits and within easy walking distance of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough, Gaia Park has another advantage as a location: it will allow the work to be admired by the large segment of the Greek community that lives nearby. (...) More

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In a nutshell

Last updated: August 28, 2014

Labor Day and Return to Regular Opening Hours

All municipal offices will be closed on Monday, September 1.

Starting Tuesday, September 2, municipal offices will switch from summer hours to their regular opening hours, which are Monday to Friday, from 8:30 to 16:30. The library will re-open on weekends starting Saturday, September 6.


By-law No. 1432 on Snow Removal: Be Ready for Winter

Adopted in July, our new By-law on Snow Removal now requires that at least one post be placed by your contractor next to any location where he shall carry out snow removal on your property. This post must indicate, in a clear and legible manner, the name and telephone number of the snow removal contractor and must remain visible at all times.

Consult By-law No. 1432 [PDF 95kB].


Registration to Recreation Activities: Browse through our Brochure

Registration begins at 6:00 on Tuesday, September 2 for residents using our online service. Have a look at our brochure [PDF 3MB] for upcoming fall and winter activities.


More announcements: Check out our weekly Flash Info column as published in the local newspapers or have a second look at newsbits already showcased In a nutshell.

Public notices

In order to meet legal requirements, our public notices are always published in the Journal de Mont-Royal and posted at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue).

Last updated: August 27, 2014

  • Application for a Minor Variance from Zoning By-Law No. 1310: 1240 Kenilworth Road (lot 1 680 208), File No.: 9340-39-0112-2-000-0000
    More [PDF 206kB]
  • Application for a Minor Variance from Zoning By-Law No. 1310: 1340 St-Clare Road (lot 1 679 775), File No.: 9340-17-2119-1-000-0000
    More [PDF 206kB]

Calls for tenders

September 4, 2014

  • SMP-2014-25 (C-2015-66)
    Resurfacing of various streets and sidewalks
    Published in La Presse on August 19, 2014
    Notice [PDF 25kB] (French only)


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