EMPLOYMENT & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NDG
Though widely known as a residential neighborhood, NDG has a vibrant commercial life, particularly along the main streets - Sherbrooke Ouest and Monkland, as well as Somerled and Upper Lachine. NDG's local commerce stand out for their diversity, both in the types of services offered, and the cultures represented by its restaurants, cafes, and groceries - Mexican, Trinidadian, Italian, French, Korean, Japanese, Iranian, Ethiopian, and more! Recognizing the critical role that local enterprise plays in community life, in 2015 the NDG Community Council added a new membership category - Business Members.
EVENTS, INFORMATION & WEBINARS
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WHO CAN HELP YOU IN NDG NEIGHBORHOOD
Services for Employers
For entrepreneurs, we offer a range of business consulting services to help start or grow your business.
Employment Services provide job seekers with a range of services, from skills training to job search assistance. Services for Employers help you find qualified candidates with specialized skills. For entrepreneurs, we offer a range of business consulting services to help start or grow your business.
Support for businesses
Our Economic Development Commissioner works to support the borough’s economic vitality. He advises and assists businesses, investors and businesspeople as they turn their plans into reality. He also promotes the development of our commercial arteries.
The Economic Development Commissioner is able to guide and facilitate your interactions with municipal bodies and borough departments through the following services:
- Information on the financial assistance programs offered by the Ville de Montréal
- Help with research, feasibility studies, start-up and organization of a new or expanding business in the borough
- Support for and involvement with merchants and merchants’ associations (CDCs, street fairs, joint projects, creation of new associations, local events)
- Forging connections between the different partners, contributors and stakeholders involved in the borough’s economic development
To reach out to your Economic Development Commissioner:
5160 Boulevard Décarie, Suite 600
Montréal, Quebec H3X 2H9
Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Employers meeting Job seekers
We offer the opportunity for employers to connect with job seekers through events and job bank.
The CJE NDG promotes the socio-professional integration of individuals aged 16 and over by offering them personalized support, enhanced by the expertise and enthusiasm of our multidisciplinary and multilingual team. We develop innovative projects that are focused on the specific needs of our clients. We strive to ensure the success of our participants in the labour market, particularly by helping them return to school and providing them with the appropriate tools for their personal development.