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The future Blue Bonnets development: pushing for better transportation and mobility options for our area

The Office de consultation publique de Montréal is holding public hearings on the future development at the old Blue Bonnets site. The 75-hectare site is expceted to accommodate some 6,000 residents. This new development will have a major impact on neighbouring areas, including Côte Saint-Luc. Our city officials will be speaking at the consultation to […]


Lead pipes and drinking water: response to Global News report

A Global News report by Dan Spector on November 18, 2019, about the issue of lead pipes in Côte Saint-Luc contained factual errors, misleading reporting, and a wildly irresponsible headline. Dan Spector begins the report stating that “between 2015 and 2018, Côte Saint-Luc had the third worst record in the province with 46 tap water […]

Passing of Councillor Ruth Kovac

The City of Côte Saint-Luc is saddened to announce that Councillor Ruth Kovac has passed away today, October 1, 2019. City flags will be flown at half mast. Funeral arrangements will be announced.  “We are heartbroken by the loss of someone who gave so much of her life to public service, as a volunteer at […]

Labour Day: info on what’s open, waste collection, and overnight parking

Hours of operation All administrative offices: Closed Gymnasium: closed for annual maintenance Aquatic and Community Centre (including indoor pools, fitness room and Teen zone): closed for annual maintenance Library: 12 pm to 5 pm Public Works Yard: Closed Parkhaven Outdoor Pool: 10 am to 8:30 pm Samuel Moskovitch Arena: Closed CSL Tennis Club: 8 am […]

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Traffic signal system upgrade on Cavendish Blvd.

Work has started on the project will upgrade the equipment related to traffic signals on Cavendish Blvd. between Mackle Rd. and Merton Rd. This includes signal heads (traffic lights), vehicle detection cameras, controllers, electrical cables, underground conduits, crosswalk buttons and pedestrian signal heads. During the work, crews will need to close one or two lanes […]