Welcome to Les amis' Newsletter - June 4, 2013
2013-06-04

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Photo: Clairette Paquette
 
ACTIVITIES ON MOUNT ROYAL THIS WEEK
 
The complete calendar of events is available on Les amis de la montagne’s website: themountroyal.qc.ca


GUIDED WALK "THE GEOLOGY OF MONT ROYAL"
 
Discover the secrets embedded in the rocky outcrops hidden in the flanks of the mountain. This walk guided by a geologist of Les amis de la montagne will take you back in time to explore the geological origins of Mont Royal.


 
GUIDED WALK "BIRD WATCHING IN THE CEMETERIES OF MOUNT ROYAL"
 
Come and observe the nesting birds in the Mount Royal Cemetery and Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery with an ornithologist from Les amis de la montagne. Bring your binoculars!

 

Photo: Marc Bruxelle. Yellow-bellied Flycatcher.


 
EXHIBITION "MOUNT ROYAL'S FAUNA IN TEXTURES AND PAINTINGS"
 
Exhibit of paintings by Jocelyne Bouchard, urban animal painter.


 
MOUNT ROYAL SUMMIT 2013
 
A day to reflect upon achievements and future prospects, Friday, June 7 
 
The Mount Royal Summit 2013 is a privileged venue where Mount Royal’s immediate stakeholders will gather to take stock of the mountain’s protection and enhancement initiatives over the last 10 years, and to share their concerns and viewpoints on the mountain’s actual and future challenges that they have in common.
 
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PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR MONTREAL, JUNE 3 TO 12
 
The public consultation of the Montreal Development Plan, carried out by the Office de consultation de Montréal, began this week with a series of public forums about the major propositions put forward by the Ville de Montréal for the next 20 years.
 
The consultation of the OCPM, which began Monday and continues on June 4, 5, 6 and 12, will share the visions and orientations that emerge and examine the strategies and priorities that will ensure the development of Montreal.
 
As part of the public forum on June 12 regarding the future of Montreal's natural heritage, Sylvie Guilbault, Executive Director of Les amis de la montagne, will present within the session entitled "Protect, increase and enhance the natural heritage", addressing the challenges of protection and efforts to consolidate Mount Royal's natural environment and maintain its biodiversity while creating a connectivity with other green spaces of the Montreal area.
 
Activities will take place at Centre Mont-Royal, 2200 Mansfield street (Peel Metro). It is necessary to register at ocpm.qc.ca/inscription-pdm.

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