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Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau engagent une action collective pour lutter contre le bruit excessif des avions au-dessus de Montréal.

Déclaration du Dr Pierre Duquette – Chercheur régulier, professeur titulaire au département   neurosciences à l’université de Montréal et neurologue au CHUM Montréal, le 22 septembre 2016. Présent à cette conférence de presse, l
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ADM again behaves like an autocrat when it allocates all large aircraft to only one of the main runways

Without consulting the Montreal population affected by its decisions as required by the Aviation Industry Airspace Change Communications & Consultation Protocol of NAV Canada and the Canadian Airports Council, Aéroports de Montreal (ADM) has mod
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Increase in aircraft movements: there it is!

Many residents have thought in recent years that the reason for the increase in aircraft noise was an increase in the number of aircraft flights over Montreal. We were unconsciously creating a correlation between the growth in passenger traffic (+ 50
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Environmental Noise: publication of the public advice of the Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ)

On November 26, 2015, the Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ)  released a study entitled: Advice on a Quebec Policy to Combat Environmental Noise: for a Healthy Noise Environment. A large portion of the document is devoted to air
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ADM, a dispiriting organization that will not engage with the community

After the announcement by Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau of the establishment a network of noise monitoring stations across northern areas of the metropolis, several people have told me about the response Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) gave to repo
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A firm commitment from Maria Mourani

An NDP government, through Transport Canada, will make the necessary inspections and verifications of the quality of ADM’s work in evaluating noise levels and the management of noise complaints. This is what MP Maria Mourani, NDP candidate in A
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Will Air Canada come out of its coma?

Will our carriers copy British Airways? Yes, there are takeoff and landing protocols to reduce the noise generated by aircraft over residential neighborhoods. On May 21, in an article by Agence France-Presse published on Cyberpresse, it was reported
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There are only 2836 of us who endure the noise of planes over our heads… Oh really?

There are people who live on another planet, or who want to make us believe that we are hallucinating, or that we have a very fertile imagination. Aéroports de Montreal (ADM), the company that manages the Montreal-Trudeau airport, at first says ther
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New York and New Jersey invest $ 14.6 million to resolve noise problems caused by the presence of their airports

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey agreed at the end of last fall (2014) to spend $ 14.6 million on two comprehensive studies on noise pollution in residential areas adjacent to JFK International , LaGuardia, Newark Liberty International a
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The Borough Council of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension adopts a motion demanding the establishment of a curfew at Montreal-Trudeau Airport

A motion presented by Elsie Lefebvre, Villeray district councilor, and Sylvain Ouellet, adviser to François-Perrault (St. Michael) that Aéroports de Montreal (ADM) introduce “without delay” noise mitigation measures including a real cur
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