Grand Parc de l’Ouest

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Let’s dream about our Grand parc de l’Ouest

The Grand parc de l'Ouest is a concrete municipal project that embodies Montréal's strong will to realize its ecological transition. With over 3,000 hectares (30 km²) of land, the park could potentially become Canada’s largest municipal park. It is an ambitious collective project that confirms the importance of protecting natural environments and preserving biodiversity. In the context of our ecological transition, the perennity of our ecosystems contributes to increasing Montréal’s climate resilience.

The park offers new points of contact with nature and includes all five nature parks of Montréal’s West Island: Anse-à-l'Orme, Bois-de-l'Île-Bizard, Parc agricole du Bois-de-la-Roche, Cap-Saint-Jacques and Rapides-du-Cheval-Blanc, in addition to various areas of interest located in boroughs or related municipalities.

Launching of the public consultation as of June 29 (online)

There are many ways in which you can become familiar with the project and contribute. Take some time to look at the proposed documents.

Opening remarks (1 minute)

Message from Mr. Beaudry, Responsable de l'habitation, de la stratégie immobilière, des Grands parcs et du parc Jean-Drapeau au sein du Comité exécutif

Grand parc de l'Ouest video (2 minutes)

Contextualization of the territory of the Grand Parc de l'Ouest

INFORM (10 minutes)

Browse at your own pace through the presentation to familiarize yourself with the project

IMAGINE (5 minutes)

Contribute by sharing your great idea (you must be signed in)


Let’s dream about our Grand parc de l’Ouest

The Grand parc de l'Ouest is a concrete municipal project that embodies Montréal's strong will to realize its ecological transition. With over 3,000 hectares (30 km²) of land, the park could potentially become Canada’s largest municipal park. It is an ambitious collective project that confirms the importance of protecting natural environments and preserving biodiversity. In the context of our ecological transition, the perennity of our ecosystems contributes to increasing Montréal’s climate resilience.

The park offers new points of contact with nature and includes all five nature parks of Montréal’s West Island: Anse-à-l'Orme, Bois-de-l'Île-Bizard, Parc agricole du Bois-de-la-Roche, Cap-Saint-Jacques and Rapides-du-Cheval-Blanc, in addition to various areas of interest located in boroughs or related municipalities.

Launching of the public consultation as of June 29 (online)

There are many ways in which you can become familiar with the project and contribute. Take some time to look at the proposed documents.

Opening remarks (1 minute)

Message from Mr. Beaudry, Responsable de l'habitation, de la stratégie immobilière, des Grands parcs et du parc Jean-Drapeau au sein du Comité exécutif

Grand parc de l'Ouest video (2 minutes)

Contextualization of the territory of the Grand Parc de l'Ouest

INFORM (10 minutes)

Browse at your own pace through the presentation to familiarize yourself with the project

IMAGINE (5 minutes)

Contribute by sharing your great idea (you must be signed in)