Online Resources for Tenants in Quebec
As part of our services, Louer.com is pleased to provide tenants online resources about apartments and rental housing in Quebec.
While we do our best to keep this information as up-to-date as possible, we nevertheless advise you to also check with the Rental Board of Quebec, the government body empowered to oversee the laws and policies that govern landlord-tenant relationships in this province.
- Régie du logement
Since 1980, the Régie du logement has served the public as a specialized tribunal that has a competence in residential lease matters. The mission of the Régie consists of informing tenants and landlords of their rights and obligations under lease agreements, in promoting an agreement between the parties and, filing an amicable settlement, in deciding disputes.
The Régie is also responsible for the conservation of dwelling stock in certain circumstances and, in such cases, ensures that tenants’ rights are protected.
Website: Régie du logement
- Société d'habitation du Québec
The Société d’habitation du Québec is the government agency responsible for rental housing throughout Québec. Its mission is to facilitate access to appropriate housing, based on the varying financial resources and needs of the Québec population.
Website: Société d’habitation du Québec
- Le Regroupement des comités logements et associations de locataires du Québec (RCLALQ)
RCLALQ is an umbrella group of housing committees and tenants associations. Their mandate is to protect the housing rights and be a voice for tenants, especially for those in low-income housing.
Telephone: (514) 521-7114
Website: Le Regroupement des comités logements et associations de locataires du Québec
- The Many Neighbourhoods of Montreal
Wikipedia.org has an extensive section about Montreal area neighbourhoods.
- Montreal Bus and Metro Maps
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) provides 1.3 million trips on its system every day.
Public transit, in addition to being an essential service, is a key factor in Montreal’s social and economic development. In fact, hundreds of thousands of people use public transit to go to work and to school as well as to other social and sports events.
Tel: (514) 786-4636 General Information
Website: Montreal Metro
- Official Portal for the City of Montreal
Website: City of Montreal
- Contact Numbers for Local Utilities
Natural Gas Services:
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Articles published January 14th, 2009
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