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A conference by Simon Yiu-Tsan Ng

Can the Flâneur be Imperfect? is the question CIRM Resident Scholar is asking for his conference, on April 26th, at 11:30 a.m. Join us to learn more about his research! 


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Un travail de Montréalistes

CIRM is featured in McGill News Alumni Magazine's latest edition! An article by Jean-Benoît Nadeau (in French).


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CIRM's Latest Publication 

CIRM celebrates Montreal's 375th anniversary by publishing Vivre ensemble à Montréal. Épreuves et convivialités.  (Re)discover Montreal through 24 essays et case studies.


Available at your favorite bookstores. 


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A gift of $3.25 million to CIRM

BMO Financial Group and McConnell Foundation announce $3.25 million in new support for the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal that puts Montreal and its citizens front and centre.


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Child Policy

Since last spring, the City of Montreal has mandated the CIRM to form an advisory committee in order to contribute to the establishment of its Child Policy.

Mobility, urban planning, and environment

One of the CIRM's six axes of research-action.


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CIRM: an official research center of McGill University

On May 25th, McGill University's Senate granted the CIRM its official university research center status.


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CIRM's Newsletter

A must to know everything about CIRM's news and events. 


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Montreal celebrates its 375th anniversary!

Royal de Luxe Company's Giants crisscross the streets of the city as part of its 375th anniversary festivities. 

The Illuminated Crowd

(Raymond Mason, 1985) 

One of the numerous public art displays in the city of Montreal. 


The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal (CIRM) brings together researchers from several Quebec institutions of higher learning for the purpose of contributing to a better understanding of the city through interdisciplinary research in areas such as the economy, health, language, governance, history, and culture. The transfer of this knowledge to society and to its citizens is equally at the heart of the CIRM’s mandate. These objectives seek to ensure that Montreal takes full advantage of local universities and the talents that they foster.

Imagining the cities of the future through a better understanding of Montreal today

To better understand the CIRM's objectives and the role it intends to play in Montreal, watch CIRM's new video!

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