CRE Montréal
CRE Montréal
Contact information

50, Sainte-Catherine Street West, suite 300
Montreal (Québec)  H2X 3V4


Phone: 514 842-2890
Fax: 514 842-6513



The Conseil régional de l’environnement de Montréal (CRE-Montreal) is an independant non-profit organization working to protect the environment and promote sustainable development in Montreal.

By bringing together its members and eliciting dialogue between them as well as by raising awareness through public presentation, projects and various activities, the Conseil improves quality of life and social equity on the island of Montreal.

The CRE-Montreal aims to elicit positive change in environmental matters such as green space and natural habitats, waste management, transportation, water and air quality, but also in cross-cutting issues such as sustainable development, land management or climate change. The Conseil's team, members and partners all help the CRE implement effective strategies for reaching its goals (become a member).

CRE-Montreal's actions include: keeping up with local and regional current events and ensuring decisions impacting sustainable development or the environment do not go unnnoticed; sharing CRE-Montreal's positions with the public; forming alliances and helping local groups get their voices heard; sharing expertise with the community. All of CRE-Montreal's actions aim to improve Montrealers' quality of life by ensuring environmental issues and sustainable development concerns are taken into account by politicians and citizens alike.

Current areas of activity

The organization participates in and coordinates various projects related to Montreal environmental issues. Révélez votre nature, Ma place nature, the Gala de reconnaissance en environnement et en développement durable de Montréal and the Mouvement ceinture verte are some of the many projects they have undertaken in recent years. They have also been involved in issues such as the Turcot Interchange and collective transportation financing with TRANSIT.

16 000 citizens stay up-to-date on environmental issues in Montreal thanks to CRE-Montreal's bi-monthly newsletter, Envîle Express. Sign up: