The residents and organizations concerned are invited to attend and give their opinion on the targeted issues and proposed projects, and to share their concerns and suggestions during these consultations. We’re listening!

February 27 to March 1, 2018 — Contrecœur Terminal project

Hearing held by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency

The Port of Montreal took part in the public hearings held by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) to present the results of the Environmental Impact Assessment for its Contrecœur Terminal project.

Among the themes addressed during these hearings, attended by a few hundred people, were road and rail traffic, the economic benefits, fish habitat, special-status species, impact on wildlife and plants, shipping operations, noise, the visual environment and air quality.

More on the consultation (French only):

More on the Contrecœur Terminal project.

February 19, 2019 — Faubourgs sector

Hearing held by the Office de consultations publiques de Montréal

Affecting the eastern part of downtown Montreal, this consultation addressed the reconfiguration of the Ville-Marie Expressway (A-720) and Notre-Dame Street, the creation of

new links to the river, the layout of approaches to Jacques-Cartier Bridge, and what happens to the Molson-Coors brewery site, Maison Radio-Canada and large vacant lots.

More on the consultation (French only):

More on the project to increase rail capacity.

March 12, 2019 — Assomption-Sud-Longue-Pointe sector

Hearing held by the Office de consultations publiques de Montréal

Located in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, this sector bordering Port of Montreal territory will be the subject of major requalification and development over the next few years. The objective is to rethink the territory and attract new businesses, while promoting sustainable development and better cohabitation with residential areas.

The MPA is directly involved in this file, as it has a road link project over Notre-Dame Street aimed to allow more direct truck access to the terminals and reduce traffic on the local road network.

More on the consultation (French only):

More on the road link project.

May 22, 2019 — Bonaventure Bridge sector

This 2.3 square-kilometre area straddling the Sud-Ouest and Ville-Marie boroughs includes the approaches to the Champlain and Victoria bridges, the Pointe-Saint-Charles business park, the St. Lawrence shoreline, the Peel and Wellington basins, Cité-du-Havre, Pointe-du-Moulin and Bickerdike Pier.

More on the consultation (French only):

More on the redevelopment of Bickerdike Terminal.

November 21, 2019 — Contrecœur Terminal project

Information meeting

The Montreal Port Authority invited its local and regional stakeholders to an information meeting to update them on the Contrecœur Terminal project. Topics discussed included the environmental assessment, ongoing analyses, and current and future steps.

December 5, 2019 — Road link projec

Public meeting

At the Office de consultation publique de Montréal's consultation on the L'Assomption - Longue-Pointe sector in the spring of 2019, the Port of Montreal announced that a public information meeting would be held soon on its road link project.

Accordingly, residents were invited to participate in a public meeting to learn more about the project and its state of progress. It was also an opportunity for participants to get answers to their questions and make comments.