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Deux-Montagnes mascot has been named The new mascot of the City of Deux-Montagnes made a first public appearance on February 4 at L’HIVERNALE which was the city’s big winterfest featuring many fun activities. The most important one was undoubtedly the...
Willy Wonka was not the only one to issue a Golden Ticket wrapped in his chocolate bars.  The Association des bibliothèques publiques du Québec (ABPQ) and its partners BIBLIOPRESTO, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec and the Réseau BIBLIO...
More than 225 Rosemère residents met at the public consultation held at the Memorial Community Center on January 16. This citizen participation allowed residents to ask questions and express themselves on the new urban plan and its regulations, which...
The 2023 budget of the City of Deux-Montagnes was adopted on December 19th 2022, by the members of the municipal council meeting in a special meeting. Although the financial year was drawn up in a particularly difficult economic context,...
In order to encourage the purchase of electric vehicles by citizens, the City of Deux-Montagnes is announcing the entry into force of a financial assistance program for the purchase and installation of an electric charging station for residential use. Amount...
COBAMIL and its contribution to water health in the Mille Îles River On November 30, the Conseil des bassins versants des Mille-Îles (COBAMIL) held its Flamb'EAU Gala. The purpose of this event was to reward the towns that have distinguished...
On Tuesday, November 14, 2022, thanks to the vigilance of the Thérèse-De Blainville police department (RIPTB) patrol officers, three men aged between 20 and 26 were arrested; one driving a stolen vehicle and the other two, accomplices in this...
A Firefighter! It is one of the professions that a great percentage of grade school kids list as their favourite right next to astronaut, hockey player and general non-descript celebrity On October 5th 2022, 16 young students from Blainville and...
The Legault government refused to pay the $41 million requested by Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac for the work on the dike which gave way in April 2019, until the City agrees to become its owner. "We will release the funds when he ...
In order to avoid a deficit, the SWLSB called for adequate funding of transportation services to avoid a deficit. In a press release dated September 6th 2022, the board announced that after a long series of negotiations, an agreement...