Montreal Councillors Take Pedestrian Rail Crossing Debate to the CTA

Montreal’s executive committee will seek mediation from the Canadian Transportation Agency in the dispute with Canadian... Read More

TODERIAN: Canada needs a federal ministry of cities

Richard Florida called last week for President Obama to create a national US department of cities. When the author of The Rise of the... Read More

Hippodrome Site Could Become 5-Year, 43-Hectare Urban Farm

The borough of NDG-CDN has big plans to transform the Hippodrome site into a brand new, multi-use urban neighbourhood. The 43-hectare... Read More

Party’s Over Politics in Montreal

After watching what amounts to a slow-motion train-wreck between City Hall and the Charbonneau Commission on corruption, it’s... Read More

A new era for Montreal-Quebec relations?

A month has now passed since the provincial elections and the dust has finally settled. The new MNAs have been sworn in and the new... Read More

Photo du jour : Election special

Graffiti in a laneway near St-Denis and Villeray. Read More

Montreal, the forgotten election issue

Former federal Prime Minister Kim Campbell was once infamously quoted (supposedly out of context) as saying that “an election... Read More

Montreal’s election prospects

In the federal election of May 2011 Montreal’s political geography was rewritten as the orange wave knocked out long established... Read More

Coups de coeur : Coups de casseroles

After months of escalating clashes, violence, and arrests, Montrealers have taken the nightly protest into their own neighbourhoods... Read More

À quoi sert la Ville dans la ville?

La Ville avec un “V” majuscule est souvent perçue, d’abord et avant tout, comme un “fournisseur de... Read More