Cyclist evades death after being struck by delivery truck on St. Laurent

Photo: Patrick Sanfaçon, La Presse This morning, around 9am, a 22-year old woman was pulled under a delivery truck and tangled up in... Read More

Highways, health and the economy: Political winds on the Turcot may be changing

Opposition to the Turcot reconstruction project has climbed even farther up the ladder. La Presse reported that in a parliamentary... Read More

Turcot activists to Charest: Be coherent!

With the sun setting on the hazy evening commute home today, activists from the Conseil Régionale de l’Environnement (CRE) on... Read More

St-Henri residents take their candidates for a walk

Have you ever wished that your local politicians could walk a mile in your shoes? That’s what group of St-Henri citizens... Read More

Dimanche démocratique : Montréal est en action

« Au lieu de donner à un politicien les clefs de la ville, on ferait mieux de changer les serrures. » – Doug Larson I smell an... Read More

The Turcot is going to heat up

A dull roar of opposition to the MTQ’s Turcot plan has been rumbling  through urban planning circles and neighbourhood groups... Read More

Bikes and buses in traffic: What can Montreal learn from other cities?

Bicycles and buses in Montreal have a fairly intimate, and almost always antagonistic, relationship. This is not news to those... Read More

Discontent over the Turcot grows stronger (and more political)

Source: MTQ Sitting in the over-heated community centre in St. Henri, hearing one presenter after another condemn the Turcot project... Read More

Parking Lot Turned Garden on Duluth

If you’ve walked on Duluth near rue Coloniale recently, you’ve probably noticed a charming change in the neighbourhood. A local... Read More

Bixi on iPhone now (officially) available

There has been an interesting controversy brewing about the use of a user-created application for iPhones and Blackberries to track... Read More