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Call for Candidates: Pension Committee

The City of Côte Saint-Luc is seeking an independent representative to sit on the Côte Saint-Luc Pension Committee (“Committee”). The Committee is responsible for the administration, funding and investments of the supplemental pension plan for the employees of the City of Côte Saint-Luc. Guided by the pension plan actuaries, the Committee members perform the following […]

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COVID-19: Telephone alert #10

The following message was sent by phone to subscribers of the CSL emergency alert system on Sunday, June 28, 2020, at 3:30pm. This is Mayor Mitchell Brownstein with an update on COVID-19. Starting July 1, the city will begin enforcing bylaw 2557, which makes face coverings mandatory in our municipal buildings and at commercial establishments, […]

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Happy National Holiday of Quebec

Today, on the National Holiday of Quebec, Côte Saint-Lucers join their fellow Quebecers to proudly celebrate the unique history and identity of Quebec and honour a dynamic culture that is home to people from across the world. To all those celebrating Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day across the country, we salute and celebrate the French language, heritage and […]

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New admission method at Parkhaven Pool

Starting Wednesday, June 24, the Parkhaven Pool will allow up to to 100 visitors during the same time block. We are also changing the way we admit residents during open swim. Open swim and wading pool Starting Wednesday, June 24, open swim is available on a first come-first, first-served basis. Residents can queue at the […]

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Côte Saint-Luc denounces violence, racism and systemic discrimination

Over the last few weeks, the world has watched peaceful protests across North America attempting to bring about change and help end police violence against Black people. We join the protesters in denouncing violence, racism and systemic discrimination. We have all seen the heartbreaking video of George Floyd, a 46-year-old African American man, being killed […]

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By-law 2557 on face coverings and other temporary measures in response to COVID-19

The City Council of Côte Saint-Luc adopted By-law 2557 at a special council meeting on Monday, June 1, 2020. The by-law requires face coverings at all municipal buildings and inside commercial establishments. It also requires hand-washing stations at apartment buildings and condominiums, and some other requirements summarized below.  Read By-law 2557 Watch the adoption of […]

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COVID-19: Telephone alert #8

The following message was sent by phone to subscribers of the CSL emergency alert system on Sunday, May 10, 2020, at 5:40pm. This is Mayor Mitchell Brownstein with an update on COVID-19. Last Monday, the city council tabled draft bylaw 2557. If adopted, tomorrow at our 8 p.m. special council meeting, the draft by-law would […]

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COVID-19: Telephone alert #7

The following message was sent by phone to subscribers of the CSL emergency alert system on Sunday, May 10, 2020, at 3:30pm. This is Mayor Mitchel Brownstein with an update on the situation in Côte Saint-Luc. On March 17th when Côte Saint-Luc imposed a state of emergency, we knew even before we had one case […]

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COVID-19: Telephone alert #6

The following message was sent by phone to subscribers of the CSL emergency alert system on Sunday, April 19, 2020, at 3pm. This is Mayor Mitchel Brownstein with an update on the situation in Côte Saint-Luc. Our street sweepers began work this week to clean up our sidewalks and roads. Line painting will begin next […]