The Port of Montreal supports local initiatives in Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
The Port of Montreal is pleased to announce its contribution to the new Fonds d’initiatives locales (FIL, local initiatives fund) created by the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough to support initiatives that will help improve the quality of life of residents in the Guybourg and Haig-Beauclerk neighbourhoods in the Assomption Sud—Longue-Pointe sector.
This investment is part of the Montreal Port Authority’s commitment to promote harmonious cohabitation between the Port of Montreal and the residents of districts bordering Port facilities while improving the city-port interface.
“The Port of Montreal is a sustainable organization that places great importance on the environment, on its neighbouring communities and on economic development.”
“The Port of Montreal is a sustainable organization that places great importance on the environment, on its neighbouring communities and on economic development. Today, we in turn are proud to confirm funding over three years to support community projects along our territory. This pledge to increase our positive social impact on the communities aligns with our strategic vision and echoes the ideas expressed during the Port 2030 participatory planning process that we carried out in 2022,” said Mélanie Nadeau, Vice-President, Public Affairs and Community Relations at the Montreal Port Authority.
Read the presse release here (French only): Communiqué de presse | Ville de Montréal