Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games 


The Games of the XXXII Olympiad will officially open on July 23. We will be watching Canada’s athletes perform in the coming days. This year, six athletes in the delegation are members of Pointe-Claire clubs.

We wish the greatest of success to divers Jennifer Abel, Meaghan Benfeito, Caeli McKay, Vincent Riendeau, Nathan Zsombor-Murray, and kayaker Lissa Bissonnette.

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Solidarity Orchard

The City of Pointe-Claire will plant 80 fruit trees in homage to the citizens lost to COVID-19.

These rows of apple, plum and pear trees will be planted near the Viburnum entrance to Terra-Cotta Natural Park, across from the Aquatic Centre.
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Multiservice counter

The City Hall multiservice counter is now open until
7 p.m. on Thursdays.
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2021 Elections

In November 2021, the municipal elections will be held. We invite you to read about the requirements for running for mayor or member of Council, or for voting.

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Youth Advisory Board: call for applications

You are 14 to 21 years old, a Pointe-Claire resident, bilingual (French/English), and involved to the community? You’d like to become involved with your city? Join the Youth Advisory Board of the City of Pointe-Claire!
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National Drowning Prevention Week

July 18 to 24 marks Québec’s 28th National Drowning Prevention Week, whose theme this year is “La noyade est évitable” (drowning is avoidable).

To fully enjoy the pleasures of the water during the summer, let's adopt safe habits!

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Public Art

This summer, the City of Pointe-Claire is adding to its public art collection with new works painted on the ground. See now the artwork created by the artist Roadsworth on the walkway along Cartier Avenue in Alexandre-Bourgeau Park.
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Partnership between the YMCA and the City of Pointe-Claire

The City of Pointe-Claire and the West Island YMCA are taking steps to create a partnership in order to maintain part of the centre’s programming in addition to improving the City’s service offer.
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Outdoor pools and splash pad

To cool off, the seven outdoor pools and the splash pad welcome you all summer. 

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Upcoming Ecocentre and collections

- July 17: Ecocentre
- August 4: Bulky items

- Branches are collected regularly by Public Works teams. It is not necessary to make a request. 
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Weekly household waste collection

Until August 27, 2021, household waste is collected weekly, on Tuesdays for sector A and Fridays for
sector B.
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I slow down for...

This summer, the City of Pointe-Claire invites you to slow down across its territory to protect your children, your family, your neighbours, and our entire community! Become a public safety promoter in your neighbourhood by reserving a sign for your property.
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All owners must keep their dogs on a leash that is no more than 1.8 metres (6 ft) long at all times when they are outside a building, a sufficiently fenced area or a dog park. Failure to comply with this regulation will result in a fine. 
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Ticks and Lyme disease

Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium that is spread through a bite by an infected tick. Ticks are mostly found in wooded areas, forests, undergrowth or tall grass.
Be careful when doing outdoor activities to reduce the chances of being bitten.

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Music under the open sky 

Throughout the summer, surprise concerts will be held in various city parks. Subscribe to the City's Facebook page to be alerted to coming performances! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only the dates of the performances will be published. 
Discover or rediscover the various public works of art found throughout the city. 
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Consult the interactive map to find out what work is planned for the summer.
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All MULTI cards expiring between January 1, 2020 and September 29, 2021, will be considered valid until September 30, 2021.
Renew it now!
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Pointe-Claire, Quebec
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