Montreal receives $ 75 million to decontaminate his land

News 25 March, 2018
    Valerie Plant

    Sarah Daoust-Braun

    Sunday, 25 march 2018 11:35

    Sunday, 25 march 2018 11:35

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    The government Couillard announced, Sunday, that the payment of $ 75 million over four years in Montreal that the city can decontaminate his land.

    The minister of the Environment Isabelle Melançon made the announcement Sunday in the company of the minister of municipal Affairs Martin Coiteux and the mayor of Montreal’s Valerie Plante.

    “We will finally bring life back to areas that we believed to be forgotten forever,” said Isabelle Melançon.

    The City will be able to rehabilitate the contaminated land of his choice, whether they are municipal or not.

    These spaces can then be applied to projects of new homes are affordable, schools or green spaces, for example.

    “Everything is possible”, commented Valérie Plante, who welcomed this agreement.