Future of the Mountain: What Do You Think?

The OCPM invites all citizens to take part in the discussion using its online platform that features 10 themes related to the future of the Remembrance / Camillien-Houde axis. Please note that themes are in French only, but that contributions may be submitted in French or English.

Mount Royal Cemetery Bans Biking

Citing safety concerns, Mount Royal Cemetery has banned cycling on its grounds starting August 1. For Les amis de la montagne, this is a regrettable but justified measure. Les amis de la montagne understands Mount Royal Cemetery’s decision to ban cycling on its property. In recent years, we have witnessed measures taken by the cemetery to deal with cyclists using its paths as training grounds and encourage them to change their behaviour.

Hats off to Our Chic Chapeau Event!

Despite the gloomy weather, elegance and creativity shone brightly last June 14 at the Chapeau Mont Royal! benefit luncheon hosted by Les amis de la montagne. Some 500 guests wearing hats each more beautiful than the next gathered at the Mount Royal Chalet for an afternoon of fun, fashion and fine food in the name of the mountain.

In the Footsteps of the Scots

Les amis de la montagne invites you to discover the historical bonds between Montréal’s Scottish culture and Mount Royal via a brand new discovery walk on the mountain’s southern slope.

Pilot Project: Come Experience It and Have Your Say

Now that summer's here, Les amis de la montagne asks all Mount Royal users to come experience the mountain to gain a better understanding of the pilot project stopping car transit traffic on the Remembrance/Camillien-Houde axis from June 2 to October 31.

Best Ways of Getting to Mount Royal Park this Summer

If you plan to picnic in the park this summer, enjoy the view from one of the lookouts or visit either of the cemeteries, you should be aware of the new car traffic rules on Mount Royal.

27th Mount Royal Clean-Up in Numbers and Pictures

It was under a bright blue sky that the 27th edition of the Mount Royal Clean-Up took place this Sunday, May 6 to the delight of Montrealers and all park lovers!

The Future of Camillien-Houde and Remembrance Roadways

The mountain and its access roads have often been in the headlines since the City of Montréal announced a pilot project to remove car transit traffic on Camillien-Houde Way and Remembrance Road—the two access roads to the Mount Royal Park welcome centre and Beaver Lake Pavilion—starting June 2, 2018.

3 Good Reasons to Visit Mount Royal in May

Les amis de la montagne is celebrating the arrival of spring on the mountain! Young and old are invited to Mount Royal to discover, explore and enjoy this majestic green space.

Remembrance/Camillien-Houde Pilot Project: The Community Awaits Details

The City of Montréal’s pilot project to stop transit traffic on Remembrance/Camillien-Houde has generated lively reaction from the Montréal community since it was announced last February.
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