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McGill College
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McGill College Avenue extends from Place Ville-Marie to McGill University. It offers a unique view of Mount Royal and is home to a number of the city’s most prestigious buildings. The City of Montréal would like to take advantage of the redevelopment of Sainte-Catherine Street and the construction of the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) station to build a new public square. Please share with us your ideas for this new public space.

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1. Opinion présentée par Beth Haarsma

Green Spaces! With domtar having uprooted one of the last green spaces in the sector I thinks it’s crucial to create more green tree lined areas. They help to create a refuge in the hustle and bustle of city life and trees provide us with necessary oxygen. Art is always a plus in a public space. Sculpture would be a plus.

2. Opinion présentée par Khaled Murywed

Urban park where everyone can enjoy the space in all seasons. Car parking would be accessible via local traffic circulation only. The trees currently planted in the middle on McGill college are lovely, and would be great if they can be maintained in any plan that ends up gaining momentum

3. Opinion présentée par Sam Samson

Heated sidewalks in winter was one of the best ideas to revitalize the area. I hope that it will be reconsidered. It would draw Montrealers AND visitors to the area. Removing cars? Not my favourite idea Many cannot rely on public and "active" transportation especially in winter. It's already difficult to navigate the downtown core and that won't help. But everybody would benefit from an oasis of safe surfaces on which to walk and mingle outdoors in Montreal in the winter. Maybe that would make up for the loss of mobility? That would draw Montrealers and tourists and people would be talking about it as an actually pleasant destination.

4. Opinion présentée par Xxxx Xxxxx

Not sure why the city wants to remove cars from this short but wide street. It would make much more sense to make Ste-Catherine street, which is full of pedestrians (shoppers), car-free. Regularly, the sidewalks on Ste-Catherine are so full that pedestrians walk on the road and this is dangerous.


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5. Opinion présentée par Xxxx Xxxxx

Not sure why the city wants to remove cars from this short but wide street. It would make much more sense to make Ste-Catherine street, which is full of pedestrians (shoppers), car-free. Regularly, the sidewalks on Ste-Catherine are so full that pedestrians walk on the road and this is dangerous.


I do NOT authorize the publication of my comments on your site. I wish to share my opinion with the OPCM. Publication on your site would mean sharing this with the world.

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