All-candidates municipal debate: Thank you to all volunteers!

On October 16th, in partnership with Chinese Family Services and the Progressive Chinese of Quebec, CWG hold organized the first ever all-candidates municipal elections debate in Chinatown. This event was a huge success, and we thank everyone that showed up, tuned in, asked pressing questions, sent supportive messages — the list is endless. Above all, … Read more

Municipal All-Candidates’ Debate in Chinatown

The Chinatown Working Group in collaboration with Chinese Family Services of Greater Montreal and Progressive Chinese of Québec, are holding an all-candidates’ debate in the context of the upcoming municipal elections. This is your opportunity to hear the candidates running in November’s elections, about their party platforms, and ask questions about the issues that matter … Read more

Job posting: New Chinatown Roundtable seeking coordinator

OFFRE D’EMPLOI COORDONNATEUR-TRICE DE LA TABLE RONDE DU QUARTIER CHINOIS La Table ronde du quartier chinois de Montréal (TRQCM) est une organisation en émergence dont la mission sera de veiller à la reconnaissance et à la mise en valeur de toutes les composantes du paysage culturel du Quartier chinois de Montréal.Plus concrètement, son rôle est … Read more

Le REM de l’Est: Another threat to Montreal’s Chinatown

The arrival of the REM and of a station at the corner of René-Lévesque Blvd and Saint-Urbain Street without a citizens’ consultation raises many concerns, as it does anywhere else on the territory of Montreal. While it does enhance the public transit system and improve Chinatown’s accessibility, it is, however, detrimental to the integrity of … Read more

Please note that as of September 2022, Chinatown Working Group has officially closed its doors.

Veuillez noter que le GTQC a officiellement fermé ses portes en septembre 2022.