Ad hoc committee 2015-2016 for the organization of the Forum on immigration

AD HOC COMMITTEE 2015-2016 FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE FORUM ON IMMIGRATION


L’immigration est un enjeu de taille au centre-ville : alors que près de la moitié de la population du quartier Peter-McGill est issue de l’immigration, il existe peu de ressources spécifiques aux nouveaux arrivants sur le territoire.

En réponse aux enjeux liés à l’immigration, la Table Interaction du quartier Peter-McGill a rassemblé 9 partenaires autour d’un comité visant à organiser un Forum sur l’immigration au centre-ville. Les objectifs de l’événement étaient d’offrir un espace d’échange pour les tous les résidents, étudiants et travailleurs du quartier – immigrants et non immigrants – ainsi que les organismes du territoire qui travaillent auprès des populations immigrantes et enfin, de ressortir avec un portrait de l’immigration au centre-ville et des pistes d’action pour mieux répondre aux enjeux existants.

Consultez ici l’espace dédié au Forum sur l’immigration qui a eu lieu le 5 mai 2016!

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A new park in the district: SURVEY

The Peter McGill Community Council wants to hear from you about the City’s proposed new Ville-Marie Park! Responses to this survey will help us better understand what people in the community want to see in the park. Please click on the Survey Monkey link to access the survey – it will only take 5 minutes to fill out and it is open until November 17.

Crédit: Arrondissement Ville Marie, 2015, PPU des Gares.

The City of Montréal plans to create Ville-Marie Park, a new green space in the Quartier des Gares. Ville-Marie Park will run diagonally throughout the area, spanning five blocks of land that cover the Ville-Marie Expressway. The park will begin in the northwest at Guy Street between Saint Antoine Street and the Lucien-L’Allier commuter rail station, and terminate in the southeast at the Saint Jacques Street and Jean-D’Estrées Street intersection.

All responses are voluntary and will be kept strictly confidential. Results from the survey will be documented by Peter McGill Community Council in partnership with students from McGill University’s Master of Urban Planning Program in order to propose a design for the space that is reflective of the community’s needs and desires. All options proposed in the survey and final designs are hypothetical; however, the finale designs will be presented to the Ville Marie borough. Results from the survey and bigger project will be shared back with the community in the new year. If you are interested in being kept informed about the project, please provide us with your email.

Thank you for taking the time to share your ideas with us – we appreciate it!

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