Rosemont

  • 235,900 people
  • 3rd step in process
  • $415,900 invested

About Rosemont

FINDING THE MOST VULNERABLE AND HARD-TO-REACH PEOPLE

The reflex of working together has been very strong in Rosemont for years, as shown by the Décider Rosemont Ensemble participatory process, which encourages residents to help make local initiatives a reality.

Concern for vulnerable, isolated, alone or marginalized people is a priority for the neighbourhood. The “Going Where People Are” approach stems from this concern and aims to strengthen the collective capacity of neighbourhood stakeholders to go out to find people who are the hardest to reach.

By investing in the territory’s east end, by moving around communities, and by being more visible to people, Rosemont is getting even closer to people from the standpoint of diversity, inclusion and social integration.

Discover the impact of Rosemont’s “Going Where People Are” projects

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

Take the tour

November 2020

A terrace at 40e/Beaubien thanks to Vivace-PIC

After the creation of a multi-purpose community space for everyone, community agencies and social development stakeholders in Rosemont wanted to extend this mission outward onto the street with a terrace.

SUMMER 2020 Discover the project

Vivace PIC - Espace terrasse 40e/Beaubien

Vivace-PIC The goal of the Espace Terrasse 40e/Beaubien project is to build an outdoor space to improve the community and civic hub in Rosemont’s east end. Launched six months ago, this project is a grassroots citizen mobilization initiative to create lasting connections between community agencies and the people that neighbourhood stakeholders have a hard time reaching. The project will also address the lack of community infrastructure in the area.

June 2020

New community and citizen space in Rosemont’s east end

Located in the heart of the P’tit Beaubien commercial avenue, this community space will let agencies find isolated and vulnerable people and encourage them to take part in the activities and services that they offer.

Autumn 2019 Learn more

Reaching out

Rosemont is working to reach out to vulnerable people who are hard to connect with. The neighbourhood is going beyond existing avenues to reach these clienteles.

May 2018 Read more

The neighbourhood's target project: “Going Where People Are”

The goal of this project is to reach the most vulnerable citizens in isolated areas of poverty and refer them to resources that can give them support. This project is meant to break down geographical and language barriers between residents who are involved and those who are isolated.

February 2017

Rosemont is chosen

Rosemont 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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A terrace at 40e/Beaubien thanks to Vivace-PIC

Discover this project

New community and citizen space in Rosemont’s east end

Located in the heart of the P'tit Beaubien commercial avenue, this community space will let agencies find isolated and vulnerable people and encourage them to take part in the activities and services that they offer.

Discover this project

Reaching out

Rosemont is working to reach out to vulnerable people who are hard to connect with. The neighbourhood is going beyond existing avenues to reach these clienteles.

Discover this project