Mon REM est
Mon REM est

Your opinion matters

In May 2021, we launched the first phase of our extensive information and consultation process to improve the REM de l'Est project to its best possible version. This page gives you access to all the information on the project, as well as the recordings of the information sessions and webinars organized.


Attention   A complete report on the consultations will be published shortly in order to draw up a portrait of the comments and recommendations obtained during this first phase of exchanges with the population.



Online interactive platform



Browse through features that allow you to express your opinion on the project in a 100% digital way: add your comments and recommendations on an interactive map, propose your ideas to improve the project and vote on various subjects concerning the project. A quick and accessible way to share your opinions on the key elements of the REM de l'Est.

Carte interactive


Themed webinars


In order to provide a forum for in-depth discussion, we launched a series of webinars to explore the key themes of the project while addressing related concerns. Experts in transportation and mobility took the time to explain and answer questions relating to the subject at hand.



The route

Wednesday, May 19th, 12:00 to 1:00 pm

Moderated by Deborah Cherenfant, Regional Manager, Women Entrepreneurs, Quebec Region, TD Bank Group, President of the Jeune chambre de commerce de Montréal, moderator and speaker

With Pierre Barrieau, president, Gris Orange Consultant Inc. et lecturer, City History, Urban Planning and Transportation Planning, Valérie Laganière, director, Marketing and development, Groupe C. Laganière, Denis Andlauer, principal director, strategy of transportation, CDPQ Infra et Virginie Cousineau, director, public affairs, CDPQ Infra


Wednesday, June 9th, 12:00 to 1:00 pm

Moderated by Christian Bélair, Director, Credo
With Catherine Morency, Mobility Chair, Polytechnique Montréal and Canada Research Chair in Human Mobility, Jean Jacques Laporte, Major Projects Director, Tisséo Ingénierie, Operations Director, Toulouse 3rd metro line and Denis Andlauer, Senior Director, Transportation Strategies, CDPQ Infra



Detailed documentation

This section will be expanded as relevant documents become available.


See all documentation



Information sessions


Watch virtual presentations of the REM de l'Est where experts from CDPQ Infra team and representatives from City of Montreal, Ministère des Transports du Québec (MTQ) and the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) answered questions from the public.

Aceance information

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3


Public consultations

We organized several discussion groups by sector so that citizens could exchange ideas about their territory and the REM de l'Est project. These virtual events allowed for further reflection. The recommendations that emerge will be reported and taken into account as part of the upcoming detailed planning of the REM de l'Est.


centre leonard da vinci

Saint-Léonard and Montréal-Nord


Rosemont La Petite-Patrie :
L'Assomption axis


Rivière-des-Prairies Pointe-aux-Trembles


Mercier Hochelaga Maisonneuve
West of Highway 25 and

pont Jacques-cartier

Ville-Marie : Downtown


Mercier Hochelaga Maisonneuve
East of Highway 25 and
Ville de Montréal-Est

Our consultation process


Inform and consult citizens and stakeholders on the REM de l'Est project by offering them multiple ways to participate and give their opinions.


Improve and optimize the REM de l'Est project through our ongoing discussions with stakeholders, a public consultations process and and ongoing technical studies.


  • Listening
  • Transparency 
  • Thoroughness
  • Accessibility
  • Open-mindedness


Other ways to consult


Since the project was announced in December 2020, we have been meeting on a weekly basis with community stakeholders to discuss the REM de l'Est. We are convinced that contributions from the public, combined with those from experts and interest groups, will only enhance the project, making it the best it can possibly be. This process, which has been underway since the project was publicly announced, includes several components that allow us to take into consideration a multitude of factors and interests, thereby ensuring we maintain a global vision of the project.


More information about public consultations with stakeholders


What impact will these meetings have on the project?

From a tangible standpoint, this approach aims to promote understanding of the REM de l’Est project and foster participation in its enhancement. Our firm intention is to make the REM de l’Est an exemplary collective project. We will achieve this by working together with the relevant authorities, members of civil society and the public.

The recommendations and opinions submitted as part of the information and consultation process will be documented in detail and CDPQ Infra is committed to responding to them, taking into account the technical feasibility, economic viability, social acceptability and environmental impact of the proposed ideas.

Will the consultations be accessible to people with limitations?

We are putting in place several measures to make our information and consultation process more accessible. Please contact us at 514-847-2833 or [email protected] for more details.

Where can I consult project documentation?

You can consult the Documentations section where all documents are deposited. We regularly update the content when new documentation is available.

I have a question or comment about the project, but I’m unable to attend the meetings. How can I voice my opinion?

You can share your opinion on our online consultation platform, available at all times, by email at [email protected] or by phone at 514 847-2833.

Will there be other consultation opportunities?

Our consultation and project enhancement process is ongoing. Several mechanisms have been put in place, such as the multidisciplinary committee of experts on urban and architectural integration, meetings with stakeholders, information and consultation sessions and the online consultation platform, which is available at all times until the end of the summer. Furthermore, the Bureau d’audiences publiques en environnement environmental assessment process (BAPE), to which we are subject, also gives the public the opportunity to provide feedback.

Can we present written briefs as part of the public information and consultation process?

People were invited to make submissions until June 30, 2021 to [email protected]. The documents will be made available on our website as part of the reporting process.

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