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MARDI JE DONNE - GIVING TUESDAY
30-11-2021

2021 - LA SAISON DES DONS À VENIR
THE GIVING SEASON COMING SOON

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Qu'est-ce qui se passe à NDG
What's happening in NDG

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NDG Reads
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COMBAT DES LIVRES NDG
NDG READS 2021

The NDG Community Council is hosting Combat des Livres NDG Reads again this year for the third time. Combat des Livres is a literary debate based on the model of Canada Reads. 4 titles are chosen with 4 champions defending their titles. We need a team of volunteers to help make this event a success. Volunteers will help narrow down the titles, work on questions and help with the logistics of the event on December 10th, 2021.

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The NDG Intercultural Festival 2021

Bienvenue à NDG, the NDG Intercultural Table and the NDG Community Council proudly present the NDG Intercultural Festival 2021 – virtual edition.

  • Discover NDG’s rich cultural diversity through different artistic expressions!

  • Dance and music performances, as well as a cultural exhibition, are scheduled from November 20 to December 17.

  • Join us every Friday to discover a new show.

Rania Nabil Hussain

As part of the NDG Intercultural Festival 2021, we invite you to discover Rania Nabil Hussain, an acapella singer of Egyptian origin. Having always been passionate about music, Rania had to move away from it because of educational and professional commitments. However, she rediscovered her love and talent for singing when she moved to Montreal in 2019. Earlier this year, she participated in an Arab talent competition on an online television channel and won first place. She then knew she had to continue her passion. Visit Rania’s Youtube channel to discover more of her singing:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLZCiIs2uQQwLgSbnca6gZA
Enjoy the video!

It is time to renew your membership

We would like to thank you for trusting the Council by remaining a member. Being a member is an essential way to show your support. We are creating a space to bring groups, residents, businesses, institutions and different partners to work together toward having a better quality of life in NDG. Membership benefits: 

  • Vote at the Annual General Meeting.
  • Become a member of the Board of the Council or join one of its committees. 
  • Organisations have a page on the Council website.
  • Organization requests for a letter of support will be prioritised.
  • Priority to access a free space in our offices. 
  • Regular updates to keep you informed, involved  and engaged. 
  • Support residents initiatives.

4 principal types of Membership

Individual Members
Any person who resides in the Territory may be a Individual Resident Member. Members in this category may be elected to the Board of Directors as representatives of local citizens. Any person who is active in the Territory through their work or their volunteer activities may be a Individual Non-resident Member. Individual Non-resident Members may participate in Council committees and vote at meetings of members, but they are not eligible to serve on the Board of Directors.
Organisational Members
Business Members
Associate Members
Please complete your payment before the 17 of May to have an active membership for 2021-2022

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MOBILISATION

The Council mobilises residents and groups to work together to improve the quality of life of all people in the community through different strategies such as organizing public assemblies, supporting residents initiatives, and hosting neighborhood festivals.
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PRIORITY SECTORS IN NDG

Despite NDG's reputation of being a well-off neighborhood, like many other neighborhoods, NDG has major social and economic disparities. In addition to several small pockets of poverty, based on numerous studies and our own observations, four sectors in NDG stand out, Saint-Raymond, Westhaven, Walkley-Fielding and Benny Farm- Sherbrooke Forest.
NDG Community Council is proud to have accompanied its partners and residents to conduct an in-depth study of the neighbourhood's built environment. For more information on the study's final report and recommendations, please click links below.

This work is supported by 

  • Centraide du Grand Montréal --Action collective
  • Measure 17 --CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal − Direction régionale de santé publique
  • VILLE- METSS -- Ville de Montréal et Ministère du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale (MTESS)
  • Fond De Développement Social --Arrondissement CDN NDG Borough

NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRÂCE COMMUNITY COUNCIL

79 years working for a better quality of life in NDG

CONCERTATION

We encourage and support partnerships and concerted actions. NDG benefits from a strong network of Tables, Coalitions and Committees.

MOBILISATION

We support residents initiatives with the objective to link those participants with existing resources and mobilize them to be an active part of our community.

SERVICES

We develop accessible services in partnership with groups and residents and focuses on the concept of proximity in the 4 priority sectors.
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GUIDES AND DOCUMENTS

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NDG Community Council
Annual Report 2020-2021
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Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Resource Map (Jan.2019)
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NDG Community
Action Plan 2018-2021
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SURVEY RESULTS COMMUNICATION DURING COVID TIME(August 2020)
Resource guide for HLM NDG Montreal
This newsletter is dedicated to seniors living in HLM's in the NDG neighbourhood.
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HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICE RESOURCE GUIDE
Update March. 2020

OUR FUNDERS

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