2021–2022 BMO Fellowship

CIRM is currently accepting applications for a $45,000 postdoctoral fellowship in Montreal studies for the next academic year.

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New report by the Professor of Practice

Ana Brandusescu has published her research report on artificial intelligence policy and funding in Canada. Learn more about the findings of her study and contribute to her “living” dataset below!

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The F-MR Lab

CIRM's new miniseries, in partnership with MR-63. 

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CIRM’s digital notebooks

This knowledge transfer tool features a new issue: Construire, in collaboration with the Quartier de l’innovation. This is the first of five focusing on the Shaping Neighbourhoods: Experience and innovation series.

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Running out of reading material?

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 corner includes both scholarly works and works of fiction. 


CIRM is still active!

In these times of confinement, the public sphere is going digital and becoming a space of solidarity to which CIRM hopes to contribute in its own way.

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Montreal Observatory of Social Issues

A tool that will provide access to geo-referenced and time-stamped data on Montreal and its inhabitants.

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A group of university researchers growing an understanding of our city in areas such as the economy, health, language, governance, history, and culture.

Resident Scholars

CIRM is proud to welcome four resident scholars for the academic year 2020–2021!


Two scholarship programs for CIRM members and emerging researchers 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.

Our partners

CIRM is proud to work with various local and international partner organizations!

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