Ville-Émard/Côte-Saint-Paul

  • 30,325 people
  • 3rd step in process
  • $527,290 invested

About Ville-Émard/Côte-Saint-Paul

DEVELOPING A CAPACITY FOR CIVIC ACTION

Ville-Émard–Côte-Saint-Paul has always encouraged citizens to get involved in community life and fostered local social initiatives. Neighbourhood stakeholders are helping to create dynamic communities where people come together to act.

Through dialogue, they are developing an ability to address various issues in the neighbourhood, such as food self-sufficiency. The neighbourhood’s stakeholders have prioritized food projects such as the new Paule & Émard community grocery store.

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Progress

  1. Involvement
    and exploration
  2. Idea turned
    into action
  3. Implementation
    and experiments
  4. Initiative
    scale-up
  5. Support
    and renewal
  1. Involvement
    and exploration
  2. Idea turned
    into action
  3. Implementation
    and experiments
  4. Initiative
    scale-up
  5. Support
    and renewal

Timeline

Opening of the Épicerie Paule et Émard

Located in the former garage of La Maison d’entraide Saint-Paul & Émard on Drake Street, right next to the Jolicoeur metro station the Épicerie Paule & Émard gradually opened its doors starting November 14.

Autumn 2019 Learn more

CIP: A multiplier effect in Ville-Émard/Côte-Saint-Paul

November 2018

Mobile markets

Mobile markets have quickly become the hub of a food system that neighbourhood stakeholders are working on to offer residents a variety of fresh food products.

Winter 2018 Read more

The neighbourhood's target project: “Creating a local food system”

  The goal of this project is to create better synergy among food security initiatives and projects while developing any missing components for a complete system (production / processing / distribution / education / involvement) in order to help families and isolated or vulnerable people.  

Avril 2017

Ville-Émard–Côte-Saint-Paul is chosen

Ville-Émard–Côte-Saint-Paul is chosen to receive moderate CIP support to implement a specific project from its neighbourhood plan. This project will produce concrete results to reduce poverty and social exclusion.

March 2016

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Épicerie Paule et Émard

Developed using a community grocery store model, the Épicerie Paule et Émard is part of a vast project to develop a comprehensive local food system.

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Mobile markets

Mobile markets quickly become the hub of a food system that neighbourhood stakeholders are working on to offer residents a variety of fresh food products.

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