Message à la communauté de Notre-Dame-de Grâce-COVID19

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Conseil communautaire NDG, conscient de la crise COVID-19 que nous traversons et des impacts sur vos vies, tient à rester auprès de vous en ces moments difficiles.

Notre préoccupation première a toujours été et reste la qualité de vie dans notre quartier. 

Il est dans l’intérêt général des habitants de notre quartier  de suivre les consignes gouvernementales et de pratiquer la distanciation sociale.

Puisque seules les autorités sont en mesure d’effectuer une mise à jour en temps réel, nous vous invitons à consulter les liens ci-dessous vous permettant d’accéder à des sources d’informations officielles. 


Nous demeurons disponibles par téléphone au 514-484-1471 poste 0 ou par courriel au ndgcc@ndg.ca. Vous recevrez une réponse dans les 72 heures.

Message to the community of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce-COVID19 

The NDG Community Council, aware of the COVID-19 crisis we are going through and the impact on your lives, wants to stay with you in these difficult times.

Our primary concern has always been and remains the quality of life in our neighbourhood. 

It is in the general interest of the residents of our neighbourhood to follow government instructions and practice social distancing.

Since only the authorities are able to update in real time, we invite you to consult the links below to access official sources of information. 

We remain available by phone at 514-484-1471 ext. 0 or by email at ndgcc@ndg.ca. You will receive an answer within 72 hours.  

NDG Food Security - Resource Guide

The NDG Community Council’s food resource page provides residents with information on local agencies and their food security related programs. In this section you will also find links to various other agencies and useful information as well as a helpful FAQ section. This directory is intended to be used as an information and networking tool to more easily identify food security resources and initiatives such as, but not limited to, food availability, social activism and collective gardening.

FIND SOME KEY POINTS IN NDG & AROUND

NDG Food Depot

THE DEPOT - Food Centre

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SHARE HEALTHY FOOD

Emergency Food Baskets
Community Meals
Good Food Markets
Healthy Snack Program

GROW HEALTHY FOOD
Collective Gardens
Community Gardens
Production Garden
Incubator Gardens
Green Workshops
Ça Pousse!

COOK HEALTHY FOOD
Intergenerational Meals
Cultural Cooking
Collective Creations
Summer Picnics
My Healthy Family NDG
Community Nutrition
Boîte à Lunch NDG
 
RESOURCES & SUPPORT
Individual Support and Referrals
Boomer Café
Advocacy Series
Volunteering
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Welcome Hall Mission

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Free grocery distribution-clients of Marché Bon Accueil browse for food donations and select items as per personal preference.
Christmas baskets and toy distribution School Supplies
Income tax reports
Eligibility: Must create file before collecting food, need ID for all members of family, proof address, proof revenue/need (welfare documents or pay-stubs), banks statements dating back three months
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM & 1-2:30 PM
Thursday: 1:00 PM-7:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM
4755 D Acorn Street, Montréal, H4C 3L6
514-937-9317 Call for appointment
https://welcomehallmission.com/services/grocery_store/
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MultiCaf

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Community Cafeteria: warm and balanced lunch for $2.00 ($1.00 for children). Free breakfast.
Food Bank: Residents of Côte-des-Neiges and Snowdon are allowed one food basket per month
Meals on Wheel: meals are delivered to eligible residents of Côte-des-Neiges $2.50 per meal.
Community Cafeteria:
Monday to Thursday 9.30am - 10.30am (breakfast)
Monday to Friday 12 pm - 1:15pm (lunch)
Food Bank:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
3591 Appleton Ave, Montreal, QC H3S 1L7
514-733-0554 www.multicaf.org
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ICNA

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Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Relief Canada

Food bank for individuals in need who meet the financial need criteria of the organization. Call for more information.
Food bank is open on Sundays from 10 AM to 1 PM.
Individuals may use the food bank once per month.
Call 514-482-7070 to create a file and to get an appointment.
5876 Upper Lachine Rd. Montréal, QC H4A 2B9
https://icnareliefcanada.ca/food-banks

FOOD BANKS AND FOOD PANTRIES

USEFUL LINKS

Canada's Action Plan for Food Security is Canada's response to the World Food Summit (WFS) commitment made by the international community to reduce by half the number of undernourished people no later than the year 2015.


La directrice régionale de santé publique de Montréal,  has mission to improve the health and well-being of the region.


Food Secure Canada is a pan-Canadian alliance of organizations and individuals working together to advance food security and food sovereignty through three inter-locking goals: zero hunger, healthy and safe food, and sustainable food systems.


The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) influence and support the growth of Quebec bio-food industry in a sustainable development perspective.


Équiterre's mission is to contribute to the construction of a citizens' movement by advocating individual and collective choices that are both ecologically and socially fair. Through four programs - ecological agriculture, fair trade, ecological transport, and energy efficiency - the organization has developed projects which allow citizens and consumers to make concrete gestures that will have a positive effect on the environment and on society.

HOW TO BE INVOLVED

ORGANISATIONS & COMMUNITY GROUPS

CONCERTATION

NDG Coalition For Food Security. 

-works to support our partners in developing an integrated and sustainable food system to ensure food security for all citizens of NDG. It facilitates collaboration amongst community organizations that provide services to address problems related to food insecurity." The Table is currently coordinated by the NDG Community Council.

RESIDENTS, INDIVIDUALS, BUSINESS

How can I participate in food security initiatives?


    a- You can donate food and funds to food banks and pantries:
There are simple ways to participate in the flow of food to charitable agencies. As well as contributing non-perishables and personal hygiene items to food banks, surplus perishable foods can also be donated to agencies. For more information on donating food and funds contact your local food bank such as NDG Food Depot.


    b- You can volunteer for food security initiatives:
Emergency food services often rely on volunteers for the day to day running of food banks. You can volunteer as a driver, a cook or during  client intake. For more information contact your local food bank such as NDG food depot.


    c- You can get involved in local social activism:
Activism is quite simple  taking action to effect social change. Local organizations such as Transition NDG seek to build community resilience in the face of such challenges as food insecurity. By getting involved you can play a part in increasing local self-reliance through citizen-led education about important issues.


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