Do you feel it, too? The city coming to life, the unmistakeable excitement in the parks and our homes warming up? This year, May is giving us a taste of summer and is a reminder of our good intentions, like biking to work and eating healthily.
Julie Guicheteau won the 2008 Laure Waridel bursary for her master's project on success factors affecting sustainable mobility. Now she has turned her project into a book, Projets efficaces pour une mobilité durable, co-authored with her research director, Louise Millette.
This book is for anyone who wants to know more about:
In preparation for his 27,000 km ride...
from Inuvik, Northwest Territories, north of the Arctic circle
to Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina, at the near southern most tip of South America
to raise funds for Equiterre
Quebecer Étienne Théroux, 26, will undertake a 1200 km "warm up" journey of Quebec, with stops in:
Thanks to all of you who braved the cold this week to attend advance screenings of Chris Paine's new documentary, The Revenge of the Electric Car, at movie theatres in Montreal and Quebec City.
Before the screenings, members of the audience got a chance to test drive the newest all-electric Nissan Leaf from the Communauto carsharing fleet – which is expected to...
Verdun is one of the first-ever winners of a new Montreal traffic calming contest. What is the borough's secret?
The AMT, the public transit planning body for the Montreal region, released an exciting plan last week that aims to increase ridership by one-third by 2020 and to make public transit a more attractive option than single-occupant car use.
It also proposes extending the AMT's territory to serve more people.
And it promotes the transportation cocktail, i.e., the use of more...