The Last Viable Green Space in our Region Threatened with Development
Meadowbrook is 57 precious undeveloped hectares in the greater southwestern Montreal region. The green space comprises ancient trees, two of the very few remaining streams on the island and delightful expanses of greenery.
Two Municipal Commissions have formally recommended that it be preserved, however, Groupe Pacific, a developer, says that it plans to build 1500 condos on the Lachine portion and the City of Montreal has indicated that they might give it permission, thereby depriving residents and their children of a wonderful natural experience forever.
Meadowbrook acts as a natural air filter, cleaning the air. It provides a stopover for migrating birds in the spring and fall and supports a broad range of birds and animals year round.
Here are three ways you can learn more about Meadowbrook and the reasons to save it:
1) Quick and easy: For 10 Reasons Meadowbrook Must be Saved Click Here
2) Watch a Video or two: To view the excellent Pimento Report videos that focus on the Meadowbrook issues Click Here
3) Go More Deeply into the Subject: For key documents related to the fight for Meadowbrook Available soon