Useful Phone Numbers to Remember:

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211

211 Grand Montreal is a free helpline and web service, that connects you to community and social services of Greater Montreal, in over 200 languages.

311 

 

311 is the simple one-stop number to call for information concerning the Accès Montréal network. (the city services) It applies to a range of fields.

  • Significant accumulations of water in the street

  • A tree branch that has fallen or is about to fall

  • Debris blocking a public road

  • Broken traffic light

  • Potholes that have caused someone to fall or damaged a vehicle

  • Library schedules along with programming details on sports and recreation activities

  • Request a renovation permit or information on household waste collection days....etc

 

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511

Get information on traffic conditions, road conditions and roadwork in progress on Québec's highways by consulting the Road Network Conditions pages on the Québec 511 Info Transports Web site or by dialing 511 (in Québec) or 1 888 355-0511 (elsewhere in North America).

811

811 is a free and confidential telephone consultation service. The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Info-Santé nurses or Info-Social social workers give advice and can answer questions about health or psychosocial issues. When necessary, they may also direct you to a resource in the health and social services network.

  • Calling Info-Santé 811 often helps avoid going to a medical clinic or emergency room.

  • Anglophones can be served in English.

  • Deaf people can use a relay service to access Info-Santé and Info-Social.

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911

911 IS THE PHONE NUMBER WHICH SHOULD BE DIALLED FROM ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND OF MONTRÉAL TO CONTACT EMERGENCY SERVICES SUCH AS:

  • Police

  • Fire department

  • Ambulance

  • Hydro-electricity

  • Natural gas

  • Public works

  • Coast guard