82 years working for a better quality of life in NDG

It is time to renew your membership

Dear members,
This year marks our 80th anniversary of resident initiatives and collective work with community groups across all levels. The last two years have been a testament to the strength and resilience of this organisation, as we have met new challenges brought on by a pandemic. The council has been a pillar in this community, able to meet the needs of our most vulnerable residents thanks to you, our dedicated members.
We know that everyone reading this has experienced some form of hardship and that the pandemic has made life difficult for many residents. This state of unrest can only be settled through our continued commitment to a better quality of life here and now. This commitment takes on multiple forms, whether it's through the December Together initiative, the Community Connector project or (for organisational members) joining one of our concertation tables/committees and (you guessed it!) by renewing your membership.
If you would like a refresher on what it means to be a member of the council, below is an itemized list of membership benefits. But keep in mind, what you get at the council (membership or not) is a voice. Ultimately, isn't that what we all need right now?
  • Vote at the Annual General Meeting;
  • Become a member of the Board of the Council, or join one of its committees;
  • Organisations have a page on the Council website;
  • Organization requests for a letter of support will be prioritized;
  • Priority to access a free space in our offices;
  • Regular updates to keep you informed, involved, and engaged; and
  • Support resident's initiatives.
Thank you for your continued support. Your membership enables us to do good work in our community. Don’t forget to mark your calendar for our upcoming AGM on Thursday, June 9th, 2022 at 7 pm.
Please complete the attached form below or on the drive or complete the online form before the 30 of May to have an active membership for 2022-2023.
To pay your membership fee, you can send us a cheque payable to the NDG Community Council or Cash on line on Canada Help.
Any person who resides in the Territory may be a Individual Resident Member. Members in this category may be elected to the Board of Directors as representatives of local citizens. Any person who is active in the Territory through their work or their volunteer activities may be a Individual Non-resident Member. Individual Non-resident Members may participate in Council committees and vote at meetings of members, but they are not eligible to serve on the Board of Directors.

4 principal types of Membership

We would like to thank you for trusting the Council by remaining a member. Being a member is an essential way to show your support. We are creating a space to bring groups, residents, businesses, institutions and different partners to work together toward having a better quality of life in NDG. Membership benefits: 

  • Vote at the Annual General Meeting.
  • Become a member of the Board of the Council or join one of its committees. 
  • Organisations have a page on the Council website.
  • Organization requests for a letter of support will be prioritised.
  • Priority to access a free space in our offices. 
  • Regular updates to keep you informed, involved  and engaged. 
  • Support residents initiatives.


The Council mobilises residents and groups to work together to improve the quality of life of all people in the community through different strategies such as organizing public assemblies, supporting residents initiatives, and hosting neighborhood festivals.
Murales NDG
Murales NDG
December Together NDG


Despite NDG's reputation of being a well-off neighborhood, like many other neighborhoods, NDG has major social and economic disparities. In addition to several small pockets of poverty, based on numerous studies and our own observations, four sectors in NDG stand out, Saint-Raymond, Westhaven, Walkley-Fielding and Benny Farm- Sherbrooke Forest.
NDG Community Council is proud to have accompanied its partners and residents to conduct an in-depth study of the neighbourhood's built environment. For more information on the study's final report and recommendations, please click links below.

This work is supported by 

  • Centraide du Grand Montréal --Action collective
  • Measure 17 --CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal − Direction régionale de santé publique
  • VILLE- METSS -- Ville de Montréal et Ministère du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale (MTESS)
  • Fond De Développement Social --Arrondissement CDN NDG Borough


We encourage and support partnerships and concerted actions. NDG benefits from a strong network of Tables, Coalitions and Committees.


We support residents initiatives with the objective to link those participants with existing resources and mobilize them to be an active part of our community.


We develop accessible services in partnership with groups and residents and focuses on the concept of proximity in the 4 priority sectors.



Annual Report 2023-2024

Resource Map (2019)
NDG Community
Action Plan 2022-2026
Portrait du milieu de vie et des besoins des jeunes de NDG(2021)
Resource guide for HLM NDG Montreal
Community organization offering services in the neighborhood (2023)
Health and social resource guide (2020)






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