A series of three episodes focusing on the St. Lawrence River to tackle issues related to biodiversity, maritime transport, and shoreline accessibility.
This knowledge transfer tool features a new issue: Les Promenades de Jane, in partnership with the Centre d’écologie urbaine de Montréal.
CIRM presents its selection of books related to urban studies and the city of Montreal, updated on a monthly basis. Created in collaboration with several of our members, the Reading list includes both scholarly works and works of fiction.
Along with partner organizations, CIRM is developing a three-part digital platform to gain insight into the specific challenges and needs of Montréal’s communities.
CIRM is proud to welcome a new resident scholar for the 2022–2023 academic year!
Two scholarship programs help support research on Montréal.
Montréal, a multilingual and multi-ethnic city, is an ideal living laboratory for researchers and students of its four universities.
CIRM is proud to work with various local and international partner organizations!
The initiatives launched or supported by CIRM focus on the convergence of expertise and the involvement of professionals and practitioners.
You will find here different CIRM webinars and roundtables that have been recorded in audio or video format.