Valerie Plante took office amid a stream of promises to improve public transport, increase the availability of affordable housing and make Montreal a more bike-friendly city. In an interview with CTV News, she looks back on her first two years.
One day before the two-year anniversary of Mayor Valerie Plante’s election win, city hall opposition leader Lionel Perez called out a litany of issues he considers Projet Montreal's mistakes and mismanagement.
The horse apparently slipped on a metal plate at 11:20 p.m. Saturday on the corner of William Street and Richmond Avenue. The calèche driver, in an attempt to help the horse up, also fell to the ground.
Work is set to begin to urgently fix a pipe that supplies water to more than a million people in Montreal after inspectors noticed that 40 per cent of the pipe was deteriorating and at risk of bursting.
The City of Montreal held a special council meeting Wednesday afternoon to award an "urgent contract" to repair a two-metre pipe the city stopped using in July as inspectors found in the spring that 40 per cent of it was at risk of bursting.
The City of Montreal's executive committee took the first step towards making the Great Western Park a reality after it approved the $5.1 million purchase of 9.8 hectares of green space in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.