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Events 2020

 
 

Municipal Services Closed

The municipal services will be closed from Monday, December 23rd, 2019 to Friday, January 3rd, 2020 inclusively.

The library will be closed from Monday, December 16th, to Sunday, January 5th, 2020.

We wish you Happy Holidays!

 
 

Municipal Services Closed

The municipal services will be closed from Monday, December 23rd, 2019 to Friday, January 3rd, 2020 inclusively.

The library will be closed from Monday, December 16th, to Sunday, January 5th, 2020.

We wish you Happy Holidays!

 
 

Municipal Services Closed

The municipal services will be closed from Monday, December 23rd, 2019 to Friday, January 3rd, 2020 inclusively.

The library will be closed from Monday, December 16th, to Sunday, January 5th, 2020.

We wish you Happy Holidays!

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Torchlight Snowshoeing Hike

Torchlight Snowshoeing and Snow Sculpture
On Saturday, February 29 at Basler Park (99 ch. du Lac-Écho) starting at 16:00
FREE!

The Municipality of Morin-Heights invites you to two wonderful torchlight snowshoe events for a great family time under the stars! Two courses are offered according to your preference (short or long). We suggest that families start at 18:30; last authorized start is at 19:30.

Registration is now required for the torchlight hike, 300 places maximum: www.morinheights.com or 450 226-3232, extension 132.

Have fun sliding down the hill on your toboggan before going on a hike! Hot-dogs, crudités, campfire, and hot chocolate will be offered.

In the event of bad weather, the activity will be canceled.

*The snow sculpture activity is unfortunately canceled!*

Information: 450 226-3232, ext. 132

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Play Readings by Theatre Morin Heights

Play readings by Theatre Morin Heights at the Morin-Heights’ Legion (127, ch. Watchorn). Free! Come read or sit back, relax and enjoy!

For information: theatremorinheights@gmail.com

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Bern Dez’ percussions, accompanied by Jam Experience

African drumming show, free and open to all!

You enjoyed them on Journées de la culture, so we invited them back for a show where they will be featured! Come and warm up with Bern Dez’ percussions, accompanied by Jam Experience on Saturday, February 8th at 15:00 at Chalet Bellevue!

With the abundant snow, parking is likely to fill up quickly at Chalet Bellevue, note that parking is also available at Basler Park (99, ch. du Lac-Écho), a few steps from the Chalet!

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Registrations for the Soccer Club FCMH

Football Club Morin-Heights
2020 REGISTRATIONS

Register online starting on January 1st at www.fcmorinheights.com or at the Chalet Bellevue (27, rue Bellevue) on Saturday, February 15 from 10:00 to 12:00, on Sunday, February 23 from 13:00 to 15:00 or on Sunday, March 7 from 10:00 to 12:00.

Information: 450 226-0011

 
 

Thematic Exhibition on Geology

Geology Conference Part 2: Wisconsin’s glaciation and post-glacial landscape in the Laurentians on February 15 at 11:00 at the library (823, ch. du Village).

Presentation on the last North American glaciation period, its origin, climatic fluctuations, and traces left in our region.

Free and open to all!

Information: 450 226-3232, ext. 132

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Play Readings by Theatre Morin Heights

Play readings by Theatre Morin Heights at the Morin-Heights’ Legion (127, ch. Watchorn). Free! Come read or sit back, relax and enjoy!

For information: theatremorinheights@gmail.com

 
 

Morin-Heights’ Fest’Hiver

FREE ACTIVITIES!

A full weekend of winter activities to help you discover the many options that the Morin-Heights’ Outdoor Network offers you: guided cross-country and snowshoe tours, classes for beginners, waxing workshop and the 48th edition of the Viking Loppet! Places are limited for some activities, register now!

February 22 Schedule

● Salomon and Fisher ski demo at Basler Park from 9:00 to 15:00

● Hot waxing workshop presented by Swix and Atmosphère Saint-Sauveur at Chalet Bellevue (27 Bellevue St.) at 10:00, no registration required

● 2-hour back-country skiing guided tour (experience and equipment needed) at 10:00 starts from the Publics Lands parking lot on des Bouleaux St., 15 places, registration required

● Fatbike guided tour (intermediate level) at 10:00 or 13:00 at Basler Park (99 Lac-Écho Rd), 10 places with free bike rental, welcome to those with their own bikes (7 places), registration required

● Cross-country ski initiation class offered at Chalet Bellevue (27 Bellevue St.) at 10:00 or 13:00, 12 places per class, registration required

● 2-hour snowshoeing guided tour (intermediate level) at 12:30 from the Publics Lands parking lot on Bouleaux St., 20 places, registration required

● Fest’Hiver’s Participants Party “Micro-Brewery tasting” at Basler Park (99 Lac-Écho Rd) starts at 15:00

Information and registration: 450 226-3232, ext. 132


February 23rd Schedule – Viking Ski Club (393 Jackson Rd)

48th Viking Loppet: 5km, 10km or 20km – registration ($) and info at www.vikingskiclub.ca, 250 places

 
 

Morin-Heights’ Fest’Hiver

FREE ACTIVITIES!

A full weekend of winter activities to help you discover the many options that the Morin-Heights’ Outdoor Network offers you: guided cross-country and snowshoe tours, classes for beginners, waxing workshop and the 48th edition of the Viking Loppet! Places are limited for some activities, register now!

February 22 Schedule

● Salomon and Fisher ski demo at Basler Park from 9:00 to 15:00

● Hot waxing workshop presented by Swix and Atmosphère Saint-Sauveur at Chalet Bellevue (27 Bellevue St.) at 10:00, no registration required

● 2-hour back-country skiing guided tour (experience and equipment needed) at 10:00 starts from the Publics Lands parking lot on des Bouleaux St., 15 places, registration required

● Fatbike guided tour (intermediate level) at 10:00 or 13:00 at Basler Park (99 Lac-Écho Rd), 10 places with free bike rental, welcome to those with their own bikes (7 places), registration required

● Cross-country ski initiation class offered at Chalet Bellevue (27 Bellevue St.) at 10:00 or 13:00, 12 places per class, registration required

● 2-hour snowshoeing guided tour (intermediate level) at 12:30 from the Publics Lands parking lot on Bouleaux St., 20 places, registration required

● Fest’Hiver’s Participants Party “Micro-Brewery tasting” at Basler Park (99 Lac-Écho Rd) starts at 15:00

Information and registration: 450 226-3232, ext. 132


February 23rd Schedule – Viking Ski Club (393 Jackson Rd)

48th Viking Loppet: 5km, 10km or 20km – registration ($) and info at www.vikingskiclub.ca, 250 places

 
 

Registrations for the Soccer Club FCMH

Football Club Morin-Heights
2020 REGISTRATIONS

Register online starting on January 1st at www.fcmorinheights.com or at the Chalet Bellevue (27, rue Bellevue) on Saturday, February 15 from 10:00 to 12:00, on Sunday, February 23 from 13:00 to 15:00 or on Sunday, March 7 from 10:00 to 12:00.

Information: 450 226-0011

 
 

Torchlight Snowshoeing Hike

Torchlight Snowshoeing and Snow Sculpture
On Saturday, February 29 at Basler Park (99 ch. du Lac-Écho) starting at 16:00
FREE!

The Municipality of Morin-Heights invites you to two wonderful torchlight snowshoe events for a great family time under the stars! Two courses are offered according to your preference (short or long). We suggest that families start at 18:30; last authorized start is at 19:30.

Registration is now required for the torchlight hike, 300 places maximum: www.morinheights.com or 450 226-3232, extension 132.

Have fun sliding down the hill on your toboggan before going on a hike! Hot-dogs, crudités, campfire, and hot chocolate will be offered.

In the event of bad weather, the activity will be canceled.

*The snow sculpture activity is unfortunately canceled!*

Information: 450 226-3232, ext. 132

 
 

Morin-Heights Spring Break Activities

Saturday, January 29: BBQ and torchlight snowshoe hike at Basler Park starting at 16:00. FREE! Registration mandatory for the snowshoe hike. The snow sculpture activity is unfortunately canceled.

Monday, March 2 to Friday, March 6: Rebates for Morin-Heights residents on alpine skiing at Sommet Morin Heights, on sale all week at Chalet Bellevue from 8:30 to 16:00.

Tuesday, March 3: The snow sculpture activity has been postponed to today and will start at 11:00! Winter Madness at Basler Park: bubble hockey, speedy boots, inflatable game, music and tobogganing, from 13:00 to 15:00. FREE! Bring your toboggans!

Thursday, March 5: Les chaussettes-marionnettes: creative and environmentally friendly workshop with Magali Bertrand for kids 4 and up (children from 4 to 6 years old must be accompanied by an adult). Give orphaned socks a new life! The workshop begins with storytelling, continues with the creation of a puppet and continues with different games with their new creation. Bring your recycled material: natural treasures, corks and caps, fabrics and of course your orphaned socks! Starts at 14:00 at the municipal library, FREE, registration required, maximum of 20 places.

Information and registration for all these activities: at Chalet Bellevue or by calling 450 226-3232, extension 132 or chaletbellevue@morinheights.com

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Registrations for the Soccer Club FCMH

Football Club Morin-Heights
2020 REGISTRATIONS

Register online starting on January 1st at www.fcmorinheights.com or at the Chalet Bellevue (27, rue Bellevue) on Saturday, February 15 from 10:00 to 12:00, on Sunday, February 23 from 13:00 to 15:00 or on Sunday, March 7 from 10:00 to 12:00.

Information: 450 226-0011

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Play Readings by Theatre Morin Heights

Play readings by Theatre Morin Heights at the Morin-Heights’ Legion (127, ch. Watchorn). Free! Come read or sit back, relax and enjoy!

For information: theatremorinheights@gmail.com

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Registrations for Day Camp 2020

Piedmont’s Campuces will welcome Morin-Heights’ children this summer at Mont Habitant (12, ch. des Skieurs, St-Sauveur).

REGISTRATIONS at Piedmont’s Town Hall (670, rue Principale)
DATES TO BE CONFIRMED.

To validate the registration, you must bring:
- a proof of residence
- two recent photos of your child
- the medical insurance card number of your child
- your social insurance number (for relevé 24)
- the payment for one-third of the total amount, by cheque, cash or debit card to be paid upon registration. Balance payable in two equal installments by post-dated cheques made to the “Municipalité de Piedmont”, dated May 6 and June 8, 2020.

No refund in case of abandonment for registration at Campuces, for outings, daycare, and tennis.

Camp for 5-11 year olds - Thursday, June 25 to Friday, August 14, from 8:45 to 16:15
June 25 & 26: $50
Full summer: 1st child: $ 475(*), 2nd child: $ 445(*), 3rd child: $ 425(*)
Weekly: 1st child: $ 125(*), 2nd child: $120(*), 3rd child: $115(*)
(*) After April 24, prices will be increased by 10%.

One outing per week (price of the outings are not included); the day camp will be open during outings, except for outings to Parc Aquatique.

Additional week - August 17 to 21
1st child: $105, 2nd child: $100, 3rd child: $95

Daycare 5-11 year olds from 7:00 to 8:45 and 16:15 to 18:00
No daily fee. Late fee after 18:00: $1/ minute payable the same day.
5-day card $35 per child (purchase at registration) or
Full summer 1st child: $145, 2nd child: $125, 3rd child: $125

Teen Club 12-14 year olds - Thursday, June 25 to Thursday, August 13 (hours to be determined depending on the outings) $45(*) basic fee payable at registration. Several outings every week, cost to be confirmed with the list of outings. (*) After April 24, prices will be increased by 10%.

Counsellor-in-Training Program
Monday to Friday, July 6 to July 30
Piedmont or Morin-Heights residents $140
Non-residents $155

Questions?
Mary-Ann Delcourt, recreation technician • 450 227-1888 ext. 230 or techloisirs@piedmont.ca

 
 

Registrations for Day Camp 2020

Piedmont’s Campuces will welcome Morin-Heights’ children this summer at Mont Habitant (12, ch. des Skieurs, St-Sauveur).

REGISTRATIONS at Piedmont’s Town Hall (670, rue Principale)
DATES TO BE CONFIRMED.

To validate the registration, you must bring:
- a proof of residence
- two recent photos of your child
- the medical insurance card number of your child
- your social insurance number (for relevé 24)
- the payment for one-third of the total amount, by cheque, cash or debit card to be paid upon registration. Balance payable in two equal installments by post-dated cheques made to the “Municipalité de Piedmont”, dated May 6 and June 8, 2020.

No refund in case of abandonment for registration at Campuces, for outings, daycare, and tennis.

Camp for 5-11 year olds - Thursday, June 25 to Friday, August 14, from 8:45 to 16:15
June 25 & 26: $50
Full summer: 1st child: $ 475(*), 2nd child: $ 445(*), 3rd child: $ 425(*)
Weekly: 1st child: $ 125(*), 2nd child: $120(*), 3rd child: $115(*)
(*) After April 24, prices will be increased by 10%.

One outing per week (price of the outings are not included); the day camp will be open during outings, except for outings to Parc Aquatique.

Additional week - August 17 to 21
1st child: $105, 2nd child: $100, 3rd child: $95

Daycare 5-11 year olds from 7:00 to 8:45 and 16:15 to 18:00
No daily fee. Late fee after 18:00: $1/ minute payable the same day.
5-day card $35 per child (purchase at registration) or
Full summer 1st child: $145, 2nd child: $125, 3rd child: $125

Teen Club 12-14 year olds - Thursday, June 25 to Thursday, August 13 (hours to be determined depending on the outings) $45(*) basic fee payable at registration. Several outings every week, cost to be confirmed with the list of outings. (*) After April 24, prices will be increased by 10%.

Counsellor-in-Training Program
Monday to Friday, July 6 to July 30
Piedmont or Morin-Heights residents $140
Non-residents $155

Questions?
Mary-Ann Delcourt, recreation technician • 450 227-1888 ext. 230 or techloisirs@piedmont.ca

 
 

Registrations for Day Camp 2020

Piedmont’s Campuces will welcome Morin-Heights’ children this summer at Mont Habitant (12, ch. des Skieurs, St-Sauveur).

REGISTRATIONS at Piedmont’s Town Hall (670, rue Principale)
DATES TO BE CONFIRMED.

To validate the registration, you must bring:
- a proof of residence
- two recent photos of your child
- the medical insurance card number of your child
- your social insurance number (for relevé 24)
- the payment for one-third of the total amount, by cheque, cash or debit card to be paid upon registration. Balance payable in two equal installments by post-dated cheques made to the “Municipalité de Piedmont”, dated May 6 and June 8, 2020.

No refund in case of abandonment for registration at Campuces, for outings, daycare, and tennis.

Camp for 5-11 year olds - Thursday, June 25 to Friday, August 14, from 8:45 to 16:15
June 25 & 26: $50
Full summer: 1st child: $ 475(*), 2nd child: $ 445(*), 3rd child: $ 425(*)
Weekly: 1st child: $ 125(*), 2nd child: $120(*), 3rd child: $115(*)
(*) After April 24, prices will be increased by 10%.

One outing per week (price of the outings are not included); the day camp will be open during outings, except for outings to Parc Aquatique.

Additional week - August 17 to 21
1st child: $105, 2nd child: $100, 3rd child: $95

Daycare 5-11 year olds from 7:00 to 8:45 and 16:15 to 18:00
No daily fee. Late fee after 18:00: $1/ minute payable the same day.
5-day card $35 per child (purchase at registration) or
Full summer 1st child: $145, 2nd child: $125, 3rd child: $125

Teen Club 12-14 year olds - Thursday, June 25 to Thursday, August 13 (hours to be determined depending on the outings) $45(*) basic fee payable at registration. Several outings every week, cost to be confirmed with the list of outings. (*) After April 24, prices will be increased by 10%.

Counsellor-in-Training Program
Monday to Friday, July 6 to July 30
Piedmont or Morin-Heights residents $140
Non-residents $155

Questions?
Mary-Ann Delcourt, recreation technician • 450 227-1888 ext. 230 or techloisirs@piedmont.ca

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Répit, Bien-être’s Community Lunches

Community lunch prepared by Soupe et Cie every other Monday at noon at Chalet Bellevue. Voluntary donation of $6 is suggested. Meal includes: soup, main dish, salad, dessert, tea or coffee.

Advance reservation mandatory on Fridays from 9:00 to 16:00 at 514 944-9335.

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 

Council Meeting

Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.

Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.

Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2020 Council meetings

Document PDF de 67.3 kb
 
 
 
 

Virtual Meeting with our Mayor

The mayor will now hold a live question period every Wednesday, except when there is a council meeting. This virtual meeting is open to all residents and will take place on the Zoom platform, at 19:00. Come join us!

https://zoom.us/join
ID Meeting : 838 9445 3074
Password : 076 124

 
 
 

567, chemin du Village
Morin-Heights (Québec)
J0R 1H0

Telephone : 450 226-3232
Fax : 450 226-8786
municipalite@morinheights.com

 
 

The Town Hall is opened from
Monday to Friday
8:30 to 12:00 and from
13:00 to 16:30