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District 7 meet the candidates evening

The four candidates for Côte Saint-Luc District 7 will meet the public on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 from 7:30 pm to 9 pm at City Hall (5801 Cavendish Blvd.) in Meet-the-Candidates event hosted by B'nai Brith Canada, Quebec.

What's open during the Easter long weekend, overnight parking, and Monday's curbside collection

Hours of operation

Administrative offices
All administrative offices will be closed on Friday, March 25 and Monday, March 28, 2016.

Library
Friday, March 25: 12 pm to 5 pm
Saturday, March 26: 10 am to 6 pm
Sunday, March 27: 10 am to 6 pm
Monday, March 28: 12 pm to 5 pm

Library Lounge at ACC
Friday, March 25 from 8 am to 8 pm
Saturday, March 26 from 8 am to 10 pm
Sunday, March 27 from 8 am to 9 pm
Monday, March 28 from 8 am to 8 pm

Aquatic and Community Centre
The Aquatic and Community Centre will operate on the following schedule:

Friday, March 25: 8 am to 8 pm*
Saturday, March 26: 8 am to 10 pm
Sunday, March 27: 8 am to 9 pm
Monday, March 28: 8 am to 8 pm*

*Pools are open from 10 am to 8 pm on Friday and Monday.

ACC Teen Lounge
Friday, March 25: closed
Saturday, March 26: closed
Sunday, March 27: closed
Monday, March 28: closed

Samuel Moskovitch Arena 

The arena building will operate on the following schedule:

Friday, March 25: closed
Saturday, March 26: open
Sunday, March 27: closed
Monday, March 28: open

*Admin office is closed all four days

Gymnasium
The Gymnasium will operate on the following schedule:

Friday, March 25: 1 pm to 7 pm
Saturday, March 26:  12 pm to 10 pm
Sunday, March 27: 12 pm to 10 pm
Monday, March 28: 1 pm to 7 pm
 

Overnight parking

The city normally prohibits parking on streets between 3 am and 6 am and residents must call Public Security to request a temporary parking permit. However, the city grants a general overnight parking tolerance on many holidays—particularly those with out-of-towners visiting or when religious observances makes it difficult to move one's car.

You do not need to call Public Security and you do not require any pass to be displayed in your vehicle for the following period:

Thursday, March 24 at 5pm to Tuesday, March 29 at 8am.

Note: Vehicles are not permitted to park in front of fire hydrants, in fire lanes, in front of driveways, in no-stopping zones or anywhere else when parking is never permitted etc.

 

Curbside waste collection

Organic waste collection service is not affected by the holiday.

 

Canada’s pre-eminent wildlife sculptor presenting his work at the Côte Saint-Luc library art gallery

An exhibit of wildlife sculptures from Shalom Bloom will be on display at the Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library’s Art Gallery from March 31 to May 29, 2016.

The vernissage is April 14, 2016 at 7pm.

Bloom is considered one of Canada’s pre-eminent wildlife sculptors. Many of his sculptures are on display at corporate headquarters worldwide as well as in White Tail Deer Park in Elliot Lake. His work has been commissioned by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to create a sculpture for their headquarters in Montreal. 

Just as fascinating as his art is his personal story. Bloom, who is today an active resident of Côte Saint-Luc, only started working on his sculptures at age 50, while creating a successful career building his own businesses. He was CEO of Arlington Sports, the South Africa Diamond Company, as well as a chain of restaurants. Starting in 1995, he devoted much of his time to pursue his art.

He stumbled across his talent by accident when his children were working with plasticine modeling clay and asked for his help.

“The minute I got my hands on the wax, it changed my life,” Bloom said. “All my inner thoughts, philosophies, and my yearnings and doubts came out in the wax. I became the master and wax became my tool.”

Bloom credits his wife for encouraging him in his new endeavour.

Bloom says there was one incident that convinced him to get into art more seriously.

“One day my secretary was standing at the door of my office with her 5-year old son,” Bloom said. “The young boy was standing there just staring at the life-size sculpture of a sleeping cub. Then he ran to the sculpture, gave it a hug and kiss, and shyly turned back. I realized that if I am able to evoke that kind of reaction from a child, then I should enter it seriously.”
For many years, Bloom worked in his studios as well as his garage at home. Often after dinner, the children on the street would sit near the driveway and watch as he worked. He would explain what he was doing and often allowed his young audience to add small pieces of wax to his sculptures so they could feel they contributed something.

“On many occasions, someone would be driving down my street, glance in my garage and stop the car so suddenly that one could hear the screeching of the brakes,” Bloom said. “They thought they saw a real life-size bull in the garage.”

Bloom, an opera lover, created most of his sculptures with the music of Puccini in the background.

“A businessman achieves success with his head and tongue, while an artist creates with his heart and hands, providing something that outlasts material wealth,” Bloom said. “Each human being is like a mine and you must constantly dig to find the vein of talent that is hidden. Once you find it, it can lead to endless beauty and interesting directions—changing your life forever.”

The Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library is located at 5851 Cavendish Blvd. and is open from Monday to Thursday from 10 am to 10 pm, and Friday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. The Library remains open on all statutory holidays from 12 pm to 5 pm. For more information, call the library at 514-485-6900 or visit www.csllibrary.org.

 

Shalom Bloom scultures

 

Inflatable aquatic obstacle course deployed at the Aquatic and Community Centre pool on March 26 and 27

Everyone is invited to come try-out our Inflatable aquatic obstacle course at the ACC pool competition pool, this weekend March 26 and 27 from 5 pm to 7pm. Swimmers should be comfortable in deep water. Free for Fun Card holders, otherwise regular daily fees apply. 

 

 

Special council meeting: Monday, March 14, 2016 at 7:50 pm

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A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, March 14, 2016 at 7:50 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

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Council meeting: Monday, March 14, 2016 at 8 pm

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, March 14, 2016 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

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Coffee with your MNA, Friday, March 18 at 10am

Mitchell Brownstein acclaimed as Mayor of Côte Saint-Luc

Mitchell Brownstein became the new mayor of Côte Saint-Luc on Friday March 11, 2016.

Mayor Brownstein, who has served as a Côte Saint Luc councillor since 1990, was the only candidate to have submitted nomination papers before the close of the nomination period.
 
"I am truly humbled by the outpouring of support from my colleagues and the residents of Côte Saint Luc over the last many months,” Mayor Brownstein said. “I am honoured to be returning to work on Monday as Mayor of Côte Saint Luc."
 
Mayor Brownstein will be sworn in to office on Monday, March 14 at 8 pm as the first order of business at the Côte Saint-Luc council meeting at City Hall (5801 Cavendish Blvd.). He will be making his first public statement as mayor at that time. He will also be available for interviews prior to the swearing-in ceremony.

Job opportunities available for the 2016 Census

Statistics Canada is gearing up for the upcoming May 2016 Census and is presently recruiting personnel. You can apply to the various positions offered directly through their website. This is a great opportunity for students, retirees or anyone looking to make a little extra income.

 

Snow plowing and salting underway

Between 25cm to 30cm are expected on Tuesday evening and Wednesday. Côte Saint-Luc crews will be plowing and salting roads and sidewalks as soon as it falls this evening (Tuesday).

We will also be ploughing side streets as of 5am on Wednesday morning. While this may disrupt some light sleepers, we want to ensure that all our streets are as clear as possible for cars and pedestrians when people leave the house.

For more information on how we clear snow, visit http://www.cotesaintluc.org/SnowClearing. 

Special council meeting: Monday, February 22, 2016 at 7 pm

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, February 22, 2016 at 7 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

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The passing of Dr. Victor Goldbloom

The Mayor and Councillors of the City of Côte Saint-Luc were saddened to learn today of the passing of former D'Arcy-McGee MNA Victor Goldbloom. He served the riding, which includes Côte Saint-Luc from 1966 to 1979.

Dr. Goldbloom had a remarkable career as a pediatrician, Quebec cabinet minister, Official Languages Commissioner, and chairperson of the Canadian Jewish Congress. He was an esteemed member of the community.

Côte Saint-Luc offers its sincere condolences to his wife, Sheila, and his children Michael, Jonathan and Susan.

Special council meeting: Monday, February 15, 2016 at 7 pm

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, February 15, 2016 at 7 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

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Special council meeting: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 8am

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 8 am at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

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Council meeting: Monday, February 8, 2016 at 8 pm

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, February 8, 2016 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

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Council meeting: Monday, January 18, 2016 at 8 pm

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, January 18, 2016 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.

 

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Concert : The Magic of Music with the students from Fortissimo Music Academy

Fortissimo Music Academy will be performing a matinée of classical and jazz music. This free concert is a great activity for the whole family. It takes place on Sunday, January 31 at 3 pm at the Harold Greenspon Auditorium (5801 Cavendish).

Enlightening new art exhibit at the Library’s Art Gallery in Côte Saint-Luc

A new exhibit of paintings by Dennis Ekstedt runs from January 21 to March 20, 2016 at the Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library Art Gallery.

Ekstedt will present his large-scale paintings depicting masses of many small lights and luminous forms in a series entitled Lodestar. The lights and forms evoke nighttime images of the earth from a bird’s eye view. The lights represent an interconnected system, like that of a living organism. In his work, the artist is concerned with the rapid and excessive population growth around the globe. 

A vernissage to mark the opening of this exhibit is on Thursday, January 21 at 7 pm.

Dennis Ekstedt lives and works in Montreal. He received his Diploma in Fine Arts in 1986 from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver, B.C and his M.F.A in 1993 from Concordia University. He was the Eastern Canada winner of the RBC Canadian Painting Competition in 2002 and his paintings are included in many public, corporate and private collections. He is currently represented by Herringer Kiss Gallery in Calgary, Alberta and Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects in Toronto, Ontario.

His current artworks can be viewed at www.dennisekstedt.com

The Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library is located at 5851 Cavendish Blvd. and is open from Monday to Thursday from 10 am to 10 pm, and Friday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm. It is open from 10am to 5pm on statutory holidays. For more information, call the library at 514-485-6900 or visit www.csllibrary.org.

 

Local residents Stanley Sklar and David Chandler present unique exhibits at Côte Saint-Luc Public Library

Two Côte Saint-Luc residents are exhibiting their art work in January at the Côte Saint-Luc Public Library.

Born and raised in Montreal, Stanley Sklar's passion for art began at an early age. He was an award-winning fashion designer.

He studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.) in New York and at École Contoir Caponi in Montreal. He then pursued his studies in Fine Arts at École des Beaux Arts. Stanley also taught the art of draping at Montreal's Sadie Bronfman Centre.

Throughout his career he always continued painting and evolving as an artist, working often on glass. Fascinated by reflections that light cast on his images, Sklar continued creating three-dimensional architectural sculptures. This culminated in his latest art form. His imagination transforms his houses into homes. Meticulous attention to detail, from the hand-crafted bricks, worn stairs, to the people that inhabit each neighbourhood, makes this art unique. These sculptures are encased in clear Lucite boxes. They may be displayed free standing or hung on a wall. This art may be purchased or commissioned to capture everlasting memories of your home to be shared for generations.

The exhibit can be viewed in the fiction section of the library.

David Chandler’s exhibit runs until January 31 and is titled "Antique Maps from the Holy Land to New France.” It can be viewed in the Community Art Space section of the library. The exposition consists of 56 maps printed between the late 16th and late 19th centuries that depict either the Holy Land and surrounding areas, or early North America (including Montreal). This exhibit is informative and beautiful. The amount of artistry and dedication that went into creating these maps is nothing short of inspiring.

Chandler has been interested in maps from an early age and in the 1980s began using antique maps in his history and geography classes. This eventually grew into David becoming the only antique map dealer in Québec, under the name Ptolémée Plus. David’s current collection consists of several thousand maps from all parts of the world.

New concept Library Lounge opens at Aquatic and Community Centre

The Côte Saint-Luc Public Library has transformed the library annex at the Aquatic and Community Centre into the new Library Lounge, which includes the popular take-a-book-leave-a-book concept.

“The very popular concept of Little Free Libraries has been gaining momentum in North America over the last few years,” said Councillor Mike Cohen, who is the council member responsible for the library. “People bring books, CDs, or movies they no longer need and take ones already there. There is no need for membership cards and no associated fees. Items are not part of the regular library collection so they don’t need to be returned so there are no due dates to contend with.”

The Aquatic and Community Centre is located at 5794 Parkhaven Ave. The Library Lounge is open from 6 am to 10 pm. The space is loaded with thousands of donated items. People can also use the space to read, relax, play a game, do a puzzle and use the public computer. There is also an outdoor return slot where official library items can be returned 24/7.

Material and monetary donations are welcome and can be made in place.

For more information please contact Justin Burnham at jburnham@cotesaintluc.org.

 

New weekend hours at the Côte Saint-Luc Public Library in 2016

The Côte Saint-Luc Public Library will be changing its hours to 10am to 6pm on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting the week of January 4, 2016.

“For decades, Côte Saint-Luc has gone beyond many other municipal libraries by staying open from 10am to 10pm every day of the year,” Acting Mayor Glenn J. Nashen said. “In a continuing effort to provide the best services to most people most of the time, we are modifying the hours because of relatively low usage on some nights. Unfortunately, we do not have limitless resources and we have to make choices.”

To put the weekend hours in context, all other suburban libraries on the island of Montreal close early on weekends.

“The Côte Saint-Luc Public Library is still open 365 days a year which is, to our knowledge, unmatched in the library world,” Acting Mayor Nashen said.

The virtual library remains open 24/7 with online access to eBooks, audio-books, magazines and reference material. Library membership is free for Côte Saint-Luc residents.

Côte Saint-Luc adopts 2016 budget: city spending stays flat, average residential property tax increase of 2.3 percent

The City of Côte Saint-Luc has adopted an operating budget for 2016 that kept spending flat and saw the property tax of 2.3 percent for an average single-family home in the city, which is in line with what the Conference Board of Canada has forecast as the inflation rate for the greater Montreal region.

“We made every effort to keep property taxes as low as possible while maintaining the highest quality services,” Acting Mayor Glenn J. Nashen said. “We continue to operate as efficiently as possible to help ensure that Côte Saint-Luc remains to be one of the best places to live.”

The Côte Saint-Luc City Council adopted the $67 million operating budget on December 14, 2015. About 42 percent of all taxes collected by Côte Saint-Luc are transferred to the Agglomeration of Montreal, which is the island-wide regional government that funds services such as police, fire, and public transit. 

The property tax bills will be sent to homes by the last week of January. The deadline to pay property taxes has been set at February 26 for the first installment and May 27 for the second installment.

“We understand that the public entrusts us with their money and we take that responsibility seriously,” said Councillor Steven Erdelyi, the council member responsible for finances. “My family uses many of our municipal services. I’m keenly aware of how important they are to our residents, while also understanding the need to keep property taxes as low as possible.”

Budget and tax highlights include the following:

Average increase in taxes for single-family home valued at $572,300: 2.3 percent (or $142)

Decrease in water, residential and non-residential tax rates

Increase in revenues from taxation: 2.39 percent

Revenues from property taxes: 86.7 percent

Revenues from compensation in lieu of taxes: 1.9 percent 

Other revenues (eg, program fees, memberships, etc.): 11.2 percent

 

The three-year capital expenditures plan was also adopted on December 14. Approximately $10.5 million in capital expenses is anticipated in 2016. It will be used for projects such as enhancements to Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park, improvements and repairs to the Westminster and Cavendish underpasses, repairs to municipal buildings including the Bernard Lang Civic Centre building envelope, repairs to roads and sidewalks and more.

 

 

 

Council meeting: Monday, December 14, 2015 at 8 pm

 

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, December 14, 2015 at 8 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.


How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.


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Special Council meeting: Monday, December 14, 2015 at 7:30 pm

 

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, December 14, 2015 at 7:30 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.


How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.


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Special Council meeting: Monday, December 7, 2015 at 7 pm

 

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, December 7, 2015 at 7 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.


How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.


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CSL swimmers break records at ACC meet in November

Congratulations to the Côte Saint-Luc swimmers who became provincial record-holders at the Coupe du Québec meet on November 14, including David Quane in the 50m breaststroke and Ilka Lowensteyn in the 100m freestyle, 50m butterfly and 100m butterfly, the last of which was also a national record. 

The event featured 200 master swimmers ranging in age from 18 to 85 from all regions of Quebec. It was held at the Aquatic and Community Centre.

If you are interested in joining the Côte Saint-Luc swim team call 514-485-6806 x2235 for more information. If you can swim a lap you can be a masters swimmer.

 

 

Holiday Concert with the students from the Fortissimo Music Academy

The Fortissimo Music Academy will be performing a matinee of holiday music for the entire family on Sunday, December 13 at 3 pm at the Harold Greenspon Auditorium (5801 Cavendish). ​Free.



 



The Côte Saint-Luc Minor Hockey Association organizes Novice Hockey Tournament

The Côte Saint-Luc Minor Hockey Association is organizing their first ever Novice Hockey Tournament at the Samuel Moskovitch Arena from December 5 to 13. There will be 16 teams participating in two categories: Novice A and Novice B. There will be a total of 22 games played. Participating teams are from the Lac St. Louis, Montreal and Richelieu regions. See the schedule at: http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=cslnovicetourn

 

Sports Day in Canada

RBC Sports Day in Canada is a national celebration of the power of sport to build community and get Canadians moving. It takes place on Saturday, November 21, 2015 in communities across Canada.

>> See how Côte Saint-Luc is participating

http://sportsday.cbc.ca/eventlist/search?q=Cote%20Saint%20Luc#tabbedGallery

 

Special Council meeting: Monday, November 16, 2015 at 6 pm

Council Meeting

 

Council Meeting

A special meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, November 16, 2015 at 6 pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.


How to ask a question at the city council meeting

The City of Côte Saint-Luc allows both residents and non-residents to ask questions at its council meetings, however when there are a large number of questioners residents are given preference. When someone is called upon to ask a question, he or she must address the question to the mayor. A brief statement of no longer than one minute is permitted before the question and once the question is asked the mayor will respond on behalf of council. One follow-up question is allowed. No statement may be made prior to the follow up question. Following the first question period and the remainder of the agenda of the council meeting, there is a second question period. Attendees can only ask questions about items on the agenda that evening.


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