The multi-purpose 116-seat hall with stage area will play host to a variety of cultural activities, including shows, lectures, workshops and exhibitions.
The new building will promote civic and political life by serving as a venue for public consultations and borough council meetings. This unifying project is intended to instill pride and nurture a sense of belonging in the community.
The new facility will be adjacent to the current public library at Parc Eugène-Dostie, which is at the heart of the borough’s cultural, sporting and community life. The new hall is slated to open in 2017.