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Conseil du patrimoine

Created in 2002, the Conseil du patrimoine de Montréal is the city's advisory body on heritage matters. It is responsible for advising the municipal council, the executive committee and the borough councils on questions related to heritage resources. The Conseil du patrimoine is made up of nine members nominated for three years. This mandate can only be renewed once. The members are chosen according to their interests and their knowledge of the environment and of the tools available regarding the protection and development of heritage resources, and are representative of the population of Montréal.

In addition to its role as consultant and advisor, the Conseil du patrimoine also contributes to the development and implementation of the city's heritage policies and is involved in introducing citizens to and raising awareness of heritage by promoting the organization of activities and the development of educational tools.

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