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Capitalizing on a diversity of expertise to enhance understanding of Montréal, CIRM initiates and participates in the creation of more than a dozen multidisciplinary events per year. Researchers, public and private sector actors, as well as community stakeholders are invited to share their knowledge and experiences during these activities.

Our series

Our programming includes topical activities and series such as: CIRM Seminars (ongoing); Montréal as seen by... (ongoing); Montréalers and Islanders (on hiatus); The F-MR Lab (2021); Rethinking the City in Times of Pandemic (2020–2021); Montréal : la cité des cités (2019); Shaping Neighbourhoods: Experience and Innovation (2018–2019).

Coming soon

CIRM event in black and white. Panelists discussing in front of a bookshelf.

Multisectoral discussions around a publication that is relevant for Montréal Studies.

CIRM event. Panelists discussing in front of a bookshelf.

Casual meetings where various Montréal personalities share their vision and passion for the city. 

Group of panelists talking in front of the St. Lawrence river, on a sunny afternoon.

Conferences-experiences offering an opportunity to reflect on the fluvial issues of Montréal.

Magda Fahrni

Webinars about the urban impacts of COVID–19 co-hosted by professors Magda Fahrni and Daniel Weinstock.

Ceiling of an MR-63 metro car.

Virtual roundtables around the creation and management of MR-63, a future venue for art, design, and gastronomy in Montréal.

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