The NDGCC downloadable resource centre offers residents a series of PDFs outlining services and resources in NDG. These documents can be printed, downloaded, and emailed at your convenience.
The NDG Community Council’s Resource Center provides information to residents and organizations on issues that have an impact on the quality of their lives.
The online resource center remains an important tool that is available to all community organizations and residents. It includes resources divided by subject or by issue , each includs useful links and frequently asked questions.
The NDG Community Council’s resource guide for housing and tenant’s rights hopes to provide some general information about housing to the public by covering a wide range of topics. This guide is non-exhaustive but covers important issues such as emergency housing facilities as well as concrete answers to often asked questions.
On behalf of the NDG Community Council we welcome you to Montreal and NDG! NDG is located to the west of the city center and is certainly one of the best places on the island of Montréal to live, do business, raise a family and retire. Immigration plays a key role in the growth of our borough and the vitality of our community, as we continue to evolve as a diverse and multicultural society. This guide is a resource put at your disposal to help you discover NDG and to assist you in your new life in NDG. Welcome home!
The NDG Community Council’s food resource page provides residents with information on local agencies and their food security related programs. In this section you will also find links to various other agencies and useful information as well as a helpful FAQ section. This directory is intended to be used as an information and networking tool to more easily identify food security resources and initiatives such as, but not limited to, food availability, social activism and collective gardening.
Parents and adult learners in NDG are faced with many decisions when it comes to education. French, English, or Bilingual? Private or public education? With the following resource guide, NDGCC hopes to assist NDG residents in making decisions about education. For children with special needs please refer to the Health section of our resource guide where you will find a variety of adapted educational resources for your child.
*Information in the following online resource guides is intended for the benefit of residents, NDGCC members and community organizations. Neither the council nor any of its members assume liability for the content of this manual*