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Events 2024

 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Blood Drive

As the buzz of summer activities ramps up, Hema-Quebec invites you to plan for a date with life. Book an appointment for a blood donation at a drive near you!

The Morin-Height Municipality organizes a the blood drive that will be held on Wednesday, July 31, between 9:30 and 15:30 at Chalet Bellevue (big room), located at 27 rue Bellevue. We aim to welcome at least 60 donors at this event.

Whether you are a regular or a first-time blood donor, have you thought about inviting your friends, work colleagues and family members to follow your lead? Together, you’ll help Héma-Québec to pursue its mission which is to meet the daily hospital demand for blood products. Héma-Québec is counting on the generosity of thousands of people.

It is highly recommended to book an appointment before coming to a blood drive. You can easily do so online through our JeDonne app at https://jedonne.hema-quebec.qc.ca/.

Before you come in, be sure to check the eligibility requirements at https://www.hema-quebec.qc.ca, under Donors > Blood > Who Can Donate? For any specific questions about your situation or to book an appointment by phone, please call our Donor information service at 1-800-343-7264.

About Héma-Québec
Héma-Québec’s mission is to efficiently meet the Québec population’s needs for blood and other high-quality biological products of human origin. Héma-Québec has over 1,600 employees, more than 200,000 donors of blood, stem cells, mother’s milk and human tissues, as well as thousands of blood drive volunteers. Every year, Héma-Québec delivers nearly 800,000 biological products of human origin to Québec’s hospitals in order to meet patients’ needs.

Give blood. Give life.

For more information: Héma-Québec | https://www.hema-quebec.qc.ca/index.en.html

 
 

Document list

 
 

Press Release

Document PDF de 168.8 kb
 
 
 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

StoryWalk

From June 10 until September 2, the Storywalk is back on the CN trail along the Aerobic Corridor with a great story to discover! Astronaut Chris Hadfield shares the story of Apollo 11’s moon landing and how it changed his life. Read from one panel to the next at your leisure. For all to enjoy!

 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Canada Day

Enjoy a fantastic evening of music with a stellar dual program! At 19:00, Brian Tyler & The Bluestorm will take the stage with his eight-piece band, followed by Canadian band The Box, initially scheduled for 2023, who will be performing at 21:00!

There will be face painting and tattooing for kids, inflatable games, games of skill, a zootherapy area with small animals, fireworks, and more! All activities are free, so come and celebrate with us!

The detailed schedule will be available soon.

Many thanks to our partners: the Canadian government, Sommet Morin Heights, Desjardins de la Vallée des Pays-d’en-Haut, Invesco Habitation, IGA Morin-Heights and Kim Labelle residential real estate broker Century 21 Sommet.

 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Shakespeare-in-the-Park

Repercussion Theatre and the Municipality of Morin-Heights invite you to a professional theatrical performance filled with sonnets, songs, scenes and soliloquies by or inspired by Shakespeare. The show will include music, frivolity, audience interaction, special guests and endless ways to connect with the space, with one another and with Shakespeare’s poetry!

The play will be presented in English at Basler Park (99 chemin du Lac-Écho) on Saturday, July 20, at 19:00. Only representation in the region. Bring lawn chairs and blankets. If there is heavy rain, the show will be presen­ted at Chalet Bellevue.

Information: chaletbellevue@morinheights.com or 450 226-3232, ext. 132

 
 

Le Petit PoutineFest

Le Petit PoutineFest - Morin-Heights

Get your fork ready, Morin-Heights, the PoutineFest is coming to Basler Park from July 25 to 27, in a condensed format! Daring and delicious poutines ($) and a variety of sweets ($) await you. There’ll also be inflatable games ($) and live music.

Psst... all poutines, without exception, will be served in reusable, dishwasher-safe dishes. Join us for three days of fun, food and music. We look forward to seeing you! Free admission!

Festival schedule:
Thursday, July 25: noon to 21:00
Friday, July 26: noon to 21:00
Saturday, July 27: noon to 21:00

Concert times:
Bloodshot Bill July 25 at 19:30
Sam Harvey DJ set July 26, 16:00-20:00
Jam Expérience July 27 at 13:00
David Leask July 27 at 16:00
CATL July 27 at 19:30

Thanks to the FOCUS Festival team, who took care of some of the musical programming, and to Boîte à musique, who provided the sound system.

 
 

Le Petit PoutineFest

Le Petit PoutineFest - Morin-Heights

Get your fork ready, Morin-Heights, the PoutineFest is coming to Basler Park from July 25 to 27, in a condensed format! Daring and delicious poutines ($) and a variety of sweets ($) await you. There’ll also be inflatable games ($) and live music.

Psst... all poutines, without exception, will be served in reusable, dishwasher-safe dishes. Join us for three days of fun, food and music. We look forward to seeing you! Free admission!

Festival schedule:
Thursday, July 25: noon to 21:00
Friday, July 26: noon to 21:00
Saturday, July 27: noon to 21:00

Concert times:
Bloodshot Bill July 25 at 19:30
Sam Harvey DJ set July 26, 16:00-20:00
Jam Expérience July 27 at 13:00
David Leask July 27 at 16:00
CATL July 27 at 19:30

Thanks to the FOCUS Festival team, who took care of some of the musical programming, and to Boîte à musique, who provided the sound system.

 
 

Le Petit PoutineFest

Le Petit PoutineFest - Morin-Heights

Get your fork ready, Morin-Heights, the PoutineFest is coming to Basler Park from July 25 to 27, in a condensed format! Daring and delicious poutines ($) and a variety of sweets ($) await you. There’ll also be inflatable games ($) and live music.

Psst... all poutines, without exception, will be served in reusable, dishwasher-safe dishes. Join us for three days of fun, food and music. We look forward to seeing you! Free admission!

Festival schedule:
Thursday, July 25: noon to 21:00
Friday, July 26: noon to 21:00
Saturday, July 27: noon to 21:00

Concert times:
Bloodshot Bill July 25 at 19:30
Sam Harvey DJ set July 26, 16:00-20:00
Jam Expérience July 27 at 13:00
David Leask July 27 at 16:00
CATL July 27 at 19:30

Thanks to the FOCUS Festival team, who took care of some of the musical programming, and to Boîte à musique, who provided the sound system.

 
 

Blood Drive

As the buzz of summer activities ramps up, Hema-Quebec invites you to plan for a date with life. Book an appointment for a blood donation at a drive near you!

The Morin-Height Municipality organizes a the blood drive that will be held on Wednesday, July 31, between 9:30 and 15:30 at Chalet Bellevue (big room), located at 27 rue Bellevue. We aim to welcome at least 60 donors at this event.

Whether you are a regular or a first-time blood donor, have you thought about inviting your friends, work colleagues and family members to follow your lead? Together, you’ll help Héma-Québec to pursue its mission which is to meet the daily hospital demand for blood products. Héma-Québec is counting on the generosity of thousands of people.

It is highly recommended to book an appointment before coming to a blood drive. You can easily do so online through our JeDonne app at https://jedonne.hema-quebec.qc.ca/.

Before you come in, be sure to check the eligibility requirements at https://www.hema-quebec.qc.ca, under Donors > Blood > Who Can Donate? For any specific questions about your situation or to book an appointment by phone, please call our Donor information service at 1-800-343-7264.

About Héma-Québec
Héma-Québec’s mission is to efficiently meet the Québec population’s needs for blood and other high-quality biological products of human origin. Héma-Québec has over 1,600 employees, more than 200,000 donors of blood, stem cells, mother’s milk and human tissues, as well as thousands of blood drive volunteers. Every year, Héma-Québec delivers nearly 800,000 biological products of human origin to Québec’s hospitals in order to meet patients’ needs.

Give blood. Give life.

For more information: Héma-Québec | https://www.hema-quebec.qc.ca/index.en.html

 
 

Document list

 
 

Press Release

Document PDF de 168.8 kb
 
 
 
 

Children Musical Workshop

A musical journey around the world

What rhythms and instruments are used around the world? In this musical awakening workshop, children will learn about the birth of different musical styles and take turns playing the charango, berimbau, cavaquinho, quena, castañuelas, and tam-tam (in French).

Bring your chair or blanket to comfortably settle in. Free for MRC des Pays-d’en-Haut residents and 17 and under, $5 park fee for non-residents.

In case of rain, the event will be held at Chalet Bellevue.

 
 

Municipal Library Book Sale

The library is clearing up!

The municipal library team is organizing a book sale! All books, in French and English, are between 0.25 to $1, and series priced from $2 to $5.

Come and browse, we’re waiting for you!

At Chalet Bellevue on Friday, August 2 from 9:00 to 16:00 and Saturday, August 3, from 10:00 to 15:00.

 
 

Municipal Library Book Sale

The library is clearing up!

The municipal library team is organizing a book sale! All books, in French and English, are between 0.25 to $1, and series priced from $2 to $5.

Come and browse, we’re waiting for you!

At Chalet Bellevue on Friday, August 2 from 9:00 to 16:00 and Saturday, August 3, from 10:00 to 15:00.

 
 

Storytelling Evening at Lummis Park

Yvon Boutin tells the story of Father LaSouche, the old man who had the gift of communicating with trees (in French). His words will make your imaginary buds blossom, and you’ll want to take root in the moment (moved to Chalet Bellevue in case of rain).

Bring your chair or blanket to comfortably settle in. Free access for MRC des Pays-d’en-Haut residents and 17 and under, $5 park fee for non-residents.

 
 

Storytelling Evening at Lummis Park

Yvon Boutin tells the story of Father LaSouche, the old man who had the gift of communicating with trees (in French). His words will make your imaginary buds blossom, and you’ll want to take root in the moment (moved to Chalet Bellevue in case of rain).

Bring your chair or blanket to comfortably settle in. Free access for MRC des Pays-d’en-Haut residents and 17 and under, $5 park fee for non-residents.

 
 

Carte blanche to Éric Bégin at Lummis Park

The yellow of the Petites Tounes band, or the bearded one in Les Pères Pétus, is also the bassist of Wonder Trois Quatre, a traditional folk guitarist, multi-instrumentalist singer and musical improviser! For the occasion, he’ll be stepping off the beaten track to offer a "carte blanche" show, where he’ll travel through his favourite songs and into unknown etheric universes. He’ll be accompanied by Elise Deguire on vocals and accordion. A magical moment awaits!

Bring your chair or blanket to comfortably settle in. Free for MRC des Pays-d’en-Haut residents and 17 and under, $5 park fee for non-residents.

In case of rain, the show will take place at Chalet Bellevue.

 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Trio Brasil Concert

The trio offers timeless melodies from the greats of bossa, samba and Latin jazz and renditions of cult hits from pop icons. Their acoustic-sounding southern music is guaranteed to create a relaxed, festive atmosphere.

Bring your chair or blanket to comfortably settle in. Free for MRC des Pays-d’en-Haut residents and 17 and under, $5 park fee for non-residents.

Postponed to September 19 at 17:30 in case of rain.

 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

Council Sitting

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

The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions) at 19:30 at the Chalet Bellevue, located at 27 rue Bellevue. See the Council meetings calendar below for dates.

Agendas and minutes are available on the municipal website, and video recordings of Council meetings are posted on YouTube, usually the next day.

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 question period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.

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

 
 

Document list

 
 

Séances du conseil 2024 council meetings

Document PDF de 1.1 Mb
 
 
 
 

The Town Hall is opened from
Monday to Thursday
8:30 to 12:00 and from
12:45 to 16:30, and Friday
from 8:30 to 12:00

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

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