City’s "Site officiel du Mont-Royal" Receives Special Mention at the 2015 Action Patrimoine Awards Event


On June 5, the City of Montreal’s Bureau du Mont-Royal was recognized by Action Patrimoine for the creation of a website entirely dedicated to Mount Royal, entitled "Site officiel du Mont-Royal". With its modern and colourful interface, the website is a powerful educational tool that provides a wealth of information about Mount Royal’s landscape, history and heritage.

Les amis de la montagne would like to congratulate the Bureau du Mont-Royal for receiving this special mention at the 2015 Action Patrimoine Awards event, which recognizes notable and important initiatives taken to protect, promote and enhance the visibility of Quebec’s heritage.

The project was financed in accordance with the Agreement on the cultural development of Montreal, with the collaboration of the Ministry of Culture and Communications.

Visit the website (available in French only).

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About Action Patrimoine

Action Patrimoine is a private non-profit organization established in 1975. Its mission is to promote Quebec’s heritage with a special focus on the province’s unique cultural landscapes and historical buildings.

About the Bureau du Mont-Royal

An administrative unit of the City of Montreal, the Bureau du Mont-Royal endeavours to promote Mount Royal by ensuring that its rich heritage is easily accessible and widely available to the general public.