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May 28, 2020
Due to work being executed by the City of Montreal at the Pierrefonds water treatment plant and due to high water demand over the last few days, the... Lire la suite Read more
May 28, 2020
Reminder: the deadline to pay your municipal taxes has been postponed from May 28 to June 29 because of the pandemic. The City will only deposit the... Lire la suite Read more
May 26, 2020
The Comité logement Saint-Laurent is exceptionally offering services to residents of the West Island until August 31, 2020. Founded in 2008, the main... Lire la suite Read more
May 20, 2020
The building at Sunnybrooke Park is getting a makeover! Refection work began the week of May 11, 2020, following the reopening of construction.... Lire la suite Read more
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Vulnerable people

Here is an important message about the coronavirus from the regional public health department and the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux.

First, if you need help getting groceries, medications or cash, call 2-1-1. Someone will answer your call.

Your health is important. So please follow these measures to protect yourself against coronavirus.

  • We ask that you please stay home. Ask a family member, neighbour or friend to get your groceries and medications for you.
  • If you don’t have anyone to ask, call 2-1-1. Someone will give you a referral for help.
  • Don’t invite anyone to your home, and don’t go visit anyone. Use the phone or any other means of contact to talk to your loved ones.

Here are a few important phone numbers.

  • If you have cold or flu symptoms, call the COVID line at 514-644-4545. In the meantime, stay home and rest. Don’t go out.
  • If you feel stressed, afraid or depressed, call the City at 514-684-9391 and leave your name and phone number. You can also call 8-1-1.
  • Don’t forget that you can always make an appointment with your family doctor. If you are getting follow-up care from a professional at the CLSC, don't hesitate to contact them.
  • If you can’t access your family doctor and you have a health problem, call 8-1-1 to get advice.
  • If you suspect an older adult is being mistreated, call 1-888-489-2287. More information is available here if you are unsure whether or not to call.

Each person is important, and we’re doing everything we can to protect our population. All your actions count and make a difference. Thank you for helping us win the fight against the coronavirus.



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