Metropolitan Initiative and Outreach Fund

Montreal, June 21, 2022 / CNW Telbec / – As we pass through Montreal-Nord today, the Minister of Transport and Minister responsible for the greater Montreal and the Montreal region, Ms.Me Chantal Rouleau, proud to announce that the United Nations Travel Path Project, Northeast Solidarity Action, As well as Table de Quartier de Montreal-Nord, Implementation of the 2021-2026 Social Development Plan for Montreal-Nord: Strengthening Local PowerReceive self-support of $ 240,000 and $ 486,000 from the Quebec government.

Their projects were selected as part of the project call For a connected community The Metropolitan Initiative and Outreach Fund (FIRM) was launched in November 2021 by the Metropolitan Region Secretariat of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. The call aims to support urban health infrastructure initiatives to improve living conditions, strengthen pride and promote coexistence, leaving room for intercultural and intergenerational exchanges across greater Montreal.

Included in the Eun Itinary Por Touss project is a development of citizen participation in the northeast of Montreal-Nord to maintain a friendly living environment. The goal of the Montreal-North Neighborhood Table is to equip the parties and organizations involved in the implementation of the Montreal-North Social Development Plan. These initiatives go hand in hand with the Quebec government and community sector efforts to improve living conditions and the well-being of the metropolitan population. These amounts are in addition to the significant record of government support for community organizations in Montreal.


“Communal organizations play a leading role in creating a dynamic living environment. The projects of Un itinerary pour tous and Table de quartier de Montréal-Nord are a good example of what we expected when launching this call, namely to bring together local players, create lasting links and connect with the community. Time From my visit today, I have been able to see how much these organizations have come together to strengthen the social structure around them. A

Chantal rollMinister of Transportation and Minister responsible for the greater Montreal and Montreal region

“Thanks to this support, we want to give people in the north-east of Montreal the opportunity to connect with their communities through referrals and local services. Citizens will have more tools to work on their community and show their strength to ensure its development.

Ousseynou NdiayeManaging director of a itinerary for everyone

“The funds received today will facilitate the recognition of the needs identified by our community, the identification of funding opportunities and provide tools and assistance to organizations in drafting projects to meet them. Creating a team dedicated to these purposes will stimulate our social innovation and its translation into practical projects as well as allow companies to continue deploying their current service offerings. This is an important lever for the implementation of our joint plan. A

Isabel LaporteVice-President of the Board of Directors of Table de Quartier de Montreal-Nord


  • Since its inception, FIRM has supported more than 2,500 projects, representing a total investment of 2.5 2.5 billion. Many of these projects today contribute to the competitiveness of the metropolis and its national and international impact.

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For more information: Source: Catherine Boucher, Press Attach,, Minister for Transport and the Office of the Minister for the Greater Montreal and the Montreal Region, 418 802-6833; Information: Press Relations Team, Communications Division of Minister des Affairs Municipalities et de la Habitat, 418 691-2015, Extension 83746

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