The Council works in partnership with organisations, institutions and residents in NDG . The Council is an active member of many sectoral tables, work groups, regional coalitions and Borough committees. The staff team of the Council meet regularly to exchange ideas to increase partnership and networking between various stakeholders in NDG. All of this is done while remaining attentive to the ongoing challenge of limited resources felt throughout the community.
The 6-12 Action Committee is a group of organizations that work with children aged 6 to 12 years old in NDG. The members of this group meet in order to consolidate their efforts and to promote initiatives aimed at improving the health and quality of life of children and their families.
Coordinator : Marie- Charles Boivin, Téléphone : (514) 482-6665 Télécopie : (514) 482-8185
Fiduciary : Carrefour jeunesse-emploi Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, 6370, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, Québec H4B 1M9
The Round Table meetings are a space for communication in order to foster relationship and partnership building among the diversity of organizations who share a desire to improve a quality of life in NDG by building upon the richness of their existing strengths.
The Round Tables are regular, bilingual and accessible meetings/gathering that honour and respond to the multiple needs and interests of its participants. Activities are open to representatives of community organisations, institutions and associations active in NDG as well as invited resources.
This Table aims to promote the integration of people of NDG from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds and to encourage their full participation in Quebec society. During the year, members of the Table worked on the consolidation of its mission, mandate, values, and course of action.
Co-Coordinated by Bienvenue à Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and the NDG Community Council
The NDG Housing Table brings tenants' rights groups, co-ops, community organisations, non-profit housing co-ordinators and developers together to share information and work on collective solutions to local housing issues. Together they develop a strategy for healthy, affordable housing for all residents in NDG.
Table coordinated by the NDG Community Council. 514-484-1471
The NDG Public Assemblies are regular community meetings that provide a space for the discussion of important community issues. They help residents and local groups work together.
The process of organising public assemblies is key to their success; They are organized in partnership with local groups and organizations and with the support of the organizing committee, itself made up of residents and representatives from various community organizations.
For more information contact: Graziella Bieto-Challenger / email@example.com (514) 484-1471 ext:228
Formed in 2016, the Local Economy Coalition of NDG aims to promote and encourage access to employment, entrepreneurship, and labour in NDG through consultation, networking, creative workshops and collaborative events, as well as the development of projects and initiatives that empower individuals, whether they be job seekers, merchants, or entrepreneurs.
Current members include the NDG Community Council, the Carrefour Jeunesse-Emploi Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Bienvenue à NDG, the Shadd Health & Business Centre, Les Gens D'affaires NDG, and Concordia University.
For more information or to get involved, please contact the Coalition's coordinator Steve Charters at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 514-484-1471 Ex. 225
The NDG Coalition for Food Security works to develop an integrated and sustainable food system to ensure food security for all citizens of NDG. It facilitates collaboration amongst community organizations that provide services to address problems related to food insecurity.
The Table is currently co-coordinated by the NDG Community Council and the CIUSSS-CO Cavendish.
For more information: Riley Dalys-Fine, email@example.com
The youth ‘Table de Concertation’ consists of a group of individuals who work with young people between the ages of 12 to 35 years old in NDG. The members of this group meet in order to consolidate their efforts and to promote initiatives aimed at improving the health and quality of life of youth and their families.
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Coordinator : Marie-Charles Boivin Fiduciary Organization : Carrefour jeunesse-emploi NDG
Adresse: Carrefour Jeunesse-Emploi — Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, 6370, Sherbrooke St. West, Montréal, Québec H4B 1M9
Telephone : (514) 482-6665 Fax : (514) 482-8185
Through concertation, the table works to encourage the development of kids and to prepare them for school.
Providing a continuum of actions to create suportive environments for families, parents and children of the CSSS Cavendish's territory. in their various stages of life (from pregnancy to school entry) through mobilisation and cooperation of the organisations of the community.
Responsable - Comité Transition scolaire de Qualité : Frédéric Dufresne Téléphone : 514-376-3301 poste 307 Courriel : firstname.lastname@example.org
With leadership from the NDG Senior Citizens Council and the CSSS Cavendish, this Table ensures that the seniors in our community receive the resources and support they need to maintain their quality of life.
The Council shares relevant information from other tables to support collaboration on issues such as food security, housing and recreation.
Following a series of needs assessments and visioning exercises, an NDG Community Space Coalition was formed in December 2009 representing more than a dozen NDG community groups. In 2011-2012, the NDG Community Council accepted the coordination role for this Coalition. The main task of the Coalition that year had been to compile detailed information about the needs and opportunities that exist with regard to space for community organizations in our neighborhood in order to build a strong case that can be brought to funders and various levels of government. In the Fall of 2012, the Coalition started collaboration with the CDEC for a social economy project that would look at potential spaces in NDG and the feasibility of buying a building and transforming it so it could host several of the groups actively looking for space at the moment. Aside from this major project, the Coalition continues to look for opportunities and represent the members and their needs in the community. Connected to this work, The Council has participated on the Borough committee overseeing the revitalization of three NDG facilities : Centre Le Manoir, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Community Centre and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce indoor swimming pool. The Council's role is to ensure the linking between the needs of the Space Coalition and community organisations in NDG and the issues been discussed at this committee.
Coordinator: NDG Community Council 514-484-1471 or email@example.com
Jeunes en Santé NDG is a local community group located in Notre‑Dame-de-Grâce.
JES NDG gathers the strength of the community so that all the kids from 0 to 17 living in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and their families can acquire and maintain healthy life habits.
Children have the right to grow healthy
In collaboration with the different workers in the community we make sure that the resources are available for children and their families to realize this right.
5600 Chemin Upper Lachine, Montréal (Québec), H4A 2A7
Phone: 514-999-2877 firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook
La CMTQ regroupe 30 Tables de concertation en développement social local à Montréal. La CMTQ intervient sur des enjeux communs à l’ensemble des Tables de quartier comme le développement social local, l’amélioration de la qualité et des conditions de vie des Montréalais et des Montréalaises, la lutte contre la pauvreté et l’exclusion sociale ainsi que l’exercice d’une citoyenneté active. La CMTQ travaille également à la promotion des Tables de quartier et au financement de celles-ci.
Coalition montréalaise des tables de quartier Telephone: 514 524-1797 #228 - email@example.com
The Concertation Interquartiers (CIQ) is an inter-neighbourhood coalition of organizations, institutions, and community groups concerned with the impact of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) at the Glen Campus on its surrounding communities.
For more than 15 years the Council has coordinated free tax clinics in NDG for low-income individuals and families.Come to one of our free tax clinic!
You qualify if:
1) You live in NDG and
2) You are not self-employed and
3) You had a modest income in 2016
- Single person: income less than $25,000
- Couple: combined income less than $30,000
- Income from investments less than $1,000
In the summer of 2015, the Council reached out to many of the stakeholders in the artistic and cultural domains, and together they created the Arts and Culture Table. The creation of the Table was an inclusive process, stemming from the tremendous volume of actions that were happening in the neighborhood The Table is made up of both organisations and residents. Uniquely, the Table has a particularly large number of residents and informal groups on the Table, reflecting the wide range of artistically-minded people in NDG. The Table currently has a simple mandate: to promote the arts and celebrate the cultures of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. To date the Council has supported the members of the table through collaboration, facilitation, training, brainstorming, as well as grant writing and providing letters of support.
One of our wonderful Arts & Culture table members