The City of Côte Saint-Luc actively gives its position through brief at the municipal, provincial or federal level. We also write op-eds and opinion pieces in newspapers. The page provides a summary of the issue and links to more information.
On this page:
- Ongoing: Cavendish extension project
- 2018: The ABCs of cannabis legalization in Quebec
- 2011: Protecting Meadowbrook Greenspace
- 2010: Cavendish Mall redevelopment project
- 2019: Coalition of elected officials at all levels join to oppose Bill 21 (laicity of the State and religious freedoms)
- 2016: Bilingual road signs (PDF)
The City Council adopted the following resolution on December 12, 2016.
THAT the Cote Saint-Luc City Council hereby requests that the MTQ and MCC take the necessary steps in order that all traffic signs and electronic alerts/messages dealing with public safety or health be in both French and English, when no symbol or pictograph exists, according to the second paragraph of section 22.
- 2013: Charter of Quebec Values
- 2012: Côte Saint-Luc response to Bill 14 (amendment to Quebec’s language laws)
- 2020: The Future of Mobility in the Greater Sector of Namur-De la Savane (PDF)
- 2020: Transit First: Connecting the sectors in Namur-De la Savane (PDF)
- 2012: Brief on proposed changes to federal districts (PDF)
Maintaining Côte Saint‐Luc in one electoral district: Brief presented to the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for Quebec on proposed changes to the Mount Royal electoral district.
- 2011: Brief presented on Metropolitan Land Use and Development Plan (PDF, French only)
- 2008: Brown bin brief presented to the Transport and Environment Commission of the National Assembly of Quebec (PDF)
Councillors Steven Erdelyi and Mitchell Brownstein presented a brief was on February 6, 2008 at 3:15pm to the Transport and Environment Commission of the National Assembly of Quebec studying ecological waste management issues. The brief provides background information about how the City of Côte Saint-Luc implemented its organic waste collection program, and provide recommendations for the Government of Quebec. We hope that our waste diversion program can become a model for cities throughout Quebec.
- 2008: Brief on waste management issues presented to the Montreal Transport and Environment Commission (PDF) View the annex (PDF)
Councillors Steven Erdelyi and Dida Berku presented a brief on June 9, 2008 to the Transport and Environment Commission of the Agglomeration of Montreal studying ecological waste management issues. This brief provides some background information about how the City of Côte Saint-Luc implemented its organic waste collection program, and provides recommendations for the urban agglomeration of Montreal.