Neighbourhood Life Committee


NEIGHBOURHOOD LIFE COMMITTEE


The mission of the Neighbourhood Life Committee is to improve the quality of life and a sense of belonging by ensuring the vitality of the Peter-McGill district.
To do so, it organizes activities based on the concerns and interests of the individuals and families living in the district.

Here are the annual activities organized by the Neighbourhood Life Committee:

March: 5@7 about food
We celebrate nutrition month!

April: Sugar shack at Cabot Square
In partnership with the Ville-Marie borough, we celebrate maple season.

May/June: Summer 5@7 
Promotion of the neighbourhood Summer calendar of activities.

September: corn roast at Cabot Square
In partnership with the Ville-Marie borough.
of the neighbourhood Fall calendar of activities.

November: 5@7 Arts & crafts Market
In partnership with Innovation Youth.
Holiday season celebration and promotion of local artists.

Aiming at making Peter-McGill residents, students and workers discover new places in their neighbourhood, the 5 à 7 are also the perfect opportunity for the community to get together and favour exchanges.

Stay informed about the upcoming 5 à 7 and other activities; follow us on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter by e-mailing us at communications@petermcgill.org!

Recent Posts

Two upcoming consultations: a pedestrian plaza for McGill College Avenue and accessing Mont Royal

There are two upcoming consultations regarding developments in Peter-McGill:

  • Project of turning McGill College Avenue into a pedestrian plaza

Six weeks of consultations will be taking place starting in September around the idea to turn McGill College Avenue into a pedestrian plaza. We will let you know when the dates are confirmed. In the meantime, more information can be found at: https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/montreal-prepares-for-public-consultations-on-changing-mcgill-college-ave-to-public-square-1.4038282

http://ocpm.qc.ca/fr/consultations-publiques (FR only)

  • Accessing Mont-Royal

The Office de Consultation Publique de Montréal (OCPM) has been mandated to hold a public consultation on accessing Mont-Royal, in the context of the Montreal pilot project that would stop vehicle traffic on Camilien-Houde and Remembrance streets. A consultation will take place on November 8th, as well as a public hearing on November 28th. Both will take place at the OCPM office (1550 Metcalfe Street, 14th Floor). In the meantime you can find further information and submit your opinion online via the links below:

Information on the consultation here (FR only).

Information on the pilot project, to give your opinion online and to register for the upcoming workshops (FR only).

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