Town of Montreal fund raising continues

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New 2.5 Billion Dollars Airport Terminal Project: The citizen group Les Polluées de Montréal-Trudeau ask for a public consultation.

Montreal, May 29th, 2018. Les pollués de Montréal-Trudeau (LPDMT) wrote to the Honourable Catherine McKenna, federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change, and asked that her officials carry out a public consultation of the terminal enlargement project announced last April 30
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Montréal-Trudeau Airport: Airplanes doubling overhead without consultation

(Montreal, May 2nd, 2018). The citizen group, Les Polluées de Montréal-Trudeau reacted to the new expansion project announced yesterday by Aéroports de Montréal (ADM). The airport announced the construction of a new 2.5 billion dollar terminal, in order to double its capacity. The
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Scientific study of the impact of aircraft noise on human health: Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau invite all MNAs from the Island of Montreal to support this request

Montréal, March 8, 2018. The Citizen Committee Les Pollués de Montreal-Trudeau (LPDMT) requests the support from all Members of the National Assembly of the Island of Montreal for an epidemiological study by the Montreal Public Health Department (DSPM), concerning the health impacts
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Raphaël Rebelo, spokesperson for Québec Solidaire in the Crémazie riding, meets with Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau

Raphaël Rebelo, candidate for Québec Solidaire in the Crémazie riding, meets with Antoine Bécotte and Pierre Lachapelle of Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau on February 8, 2018 to learn more about the airport file.  The two Board members reviewed the history of the case, discusse
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Marie Montpetit, MP for Crémazie Meets With Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau

Mrs. Marie Montpetit received representatives of Les pollués de Montréal-Trudeau on June 27 to discuss the airport file (noise and air pollution caused by aircraft), which touches a large part of The population of Cremazie. Pierre Lachapelle, President of the Pollués, said he w
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AIRCRAFT NOISE: candidates in the constituency of Maurice-Richard want concrete actions

Here is an article published in the Journal des voisins summarizing the position of candidates in the 2018 provincial election in the Maurice-Richard constituency.  They did not hesitate to take a stand on this issue.   https://journaldesvoisins.com/bruit-des-avions-les-c
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FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN IN AID OF LES POLLUÉS DE MONTRÉAL-TRUDEAU: The citizens of the Town of Mount-Royal (TMR) who give to Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau will be supported by the Town of Mount-Royal

Montreal, July 17th 2018. The Town of Mount-Royal (TMR) is supporting a fundraising campaign for its citizens affected or concerned by aircraft noise pollution. This is an opportunity for the citizens of TMR to support the work and efforts of Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau (LPD
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Preparation of the Class Action: composition of the team of experts.

In preparation for the trial that should begin next Fall, we gradually build the team of experts who will support our lawyer, Gérard Samet. This team will scientifically clarify what we feel under the unsustainable 24/7 invasion of aircraft noise. It is Phat Nguyen acoustics engin
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The European Association UECNA announces our Class Action

The action of the citizens of Montreal to improve the airborne soundscape (Montréal-Trudeau Airport) is announced on European social networks. The association of European citizens, calling for a reduction in noise pollution from aircrafts, echoed the authorization given by the Superi
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Class Action Suit Concerning Montreal-Trudeau Airport: the Quebec Superiour Court authorizes the Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau to proceed

Montreal, April 11th, 2018. The Honourable Chantal Tremblay, Superior Court of Quebec, rendered a judgement that authorizes the class action suit by Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau (LPDMT), against Aéroports de Montréal-Trudeau, NAV Canada, and the federal Transport Canada. The su
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