In this page we publish links to websites and Facebook pages that affect our fellow citizens of Beaconsfield.
This does not mean that we support each of their positions. Everyone has the right to his opinion.
"Montreal for All" is a group of non-partisan citizens, active on the municipal scene since 2011.
We welcome the owners, tenants and merchants of all the boroughs of the City of Montreal, who, outraged by the sharp increases in property assessment and municipal taxes announced in the wake of the revelations of the Charbonneau commission, are calling for profound changes in the governance of municipal institutions. We believe in the property tax and are ready to do our part. But before paying more, we demand that public finances be cleaned up, thanks in particular to tight control of spending and the introduction of robust measures to counter corruption. We also advocate that targeted assistance be offered to the poorest citizens, to maintain the diversity of boroughs and keep the city accessible to all social classes.
The purpose of this group is for Beaconsfield residents to keep in touch with their neighbours. As the saying goes "it takes a village" so let's make ours the best it can be by joining TOGETHER for each other. Please invite your Beaconsfield friends.
Neighbourhood watch is a program to help neighbours watch out for neighbours.
It aims to get citizens involved in discouraging and preventing crime at the local level. The ultimate success of the program depends on a commitment to cooperate between area residents and the police- and more importantly between residents themselves.
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The Beaconsfield Citizen’s Sound Wall Committee (CSWC) is a group of residents committed to addressing the growing concern over noise pollution from the increasing traffic on Highway 20 bordering Beaconsfield South.
West Island Blog, an up to date info site to allow citizens to keep informed of what is happening on the West Island and beyond, as well as their connection with the city of Montreal. From resources to events, to news and happenings this is the place to be for your one stop West Island, Vaudreuil-Dorion and Hudson info shop!!
Founder and Editor Rhonda Massad is an award winning blogger who knows how to spread the news.
The purpose of the neighborhood tables is to help improve the living conditions and living conditions of the local population. This means they bring together as many neighborhood actors and actresses as possible from diverse backgrounds: community organizations, institutions, the cultural community, the business community, and most importantly, citizens.