Otterburn Park

Otterburn Park

Otterburn Park

Otterburn Park is a city offering a natural, rural and attractive environment for and by its citizens. It is under the theme “your nature inspires me” that the City identifies itself. Bees are an essential link in our biodiversity; they have always made it possible to pollinate both our wild flora and our crops, mainly our apple trees, which are very present in the region.

Today, our urban city is adorned with an even more diverse flora well maintained by all the amateur gardeners that we are for our own pleasure of the senses. More than ever, this great biodiversity requires the laborious work of these bees for its survival, evolution and reproduction.

Becoming a Bee Friendly City means recognizing and celebrating the Queen of Pollinators, our greatest ally in keeping our living environment alive!

West Bolton

West Bolton

West Bolton

West Bolton becomes Québec’s 2nd Bee City and the 27th in Canada.

Located in the Eastern Townships, a little more than one hour from Montreal, the municipality of West Bolton is home to farmers, artists, professionals and retirees. The main objectives of the municipality is the revitalization of the agricultural and forestry sectors while preserving our local natural habitats. West Bolton aims to respect nature and it’s biodiversity while maintaining resource sustainability.

Saint-Laurent

Saint-Laurent

Saint-Laurent

Saint-Laurent Becomes the First Bee City in Québec and the 26th in Canada

The Borough of Saint-Laurent is one of Ville de Montréal’s 19 boroughs. As sustainable development is at the heart of all its decisions, Saint-Laurent is doing everything possible to carry out various projects to protect biological diversity, both for wildlife and plant life. In 2017, the Borough became a Monarch-Friendly City by signing the Mayors’ Monarch Pledge, and adopted the Monarch Butterfly as its entomological emblem. Moreover, Saint-Laurent is home to the very first Monarch Watch Station in Montréal.

In addition, in order to protect and attract pollinators to urban areas, the Administration encourages the implementation of development and greening projects with local partners, such as the conservation and protection of Parc Marcel-Laurin woodland, the planting of various greenery while giving priority to nectar plants in public green spaces, and biodiversity awareness programs.