During last year’s trials, Montrealers like you answered our calls for help in the midst of extraordinary times. And for that, myself and my team are profoundly grateful.
Because of you, emergency overflow shelters like the Hotel Place Dupuis were implemented quickly and efficiently to assist our city’s most vulnerable when their lives were at risk.
Despite a serious outbreak during the winter, there has been a reduction in COVID-19 cases among Montrealers experiencing homelessness. And part of that is because you helped us advocate for and vaccinate over 1,000 people in that community!
While it is important to recognize our accomplishments, we are always focused on the future. With hunger, poverty and homelessness on the rise, our vision to transform our city is more essential than ever.
We plan to lead a movement that will make shelter, food and love a reality for each person in Montreal. We believe everyone should be able to access affordable housing, eat healthy food and experience the loving embrace of community.
Once more, I’d like to thank you for standing with Montrealers in need last year and in the year to come. Your compassion is the key to changing lives and transforming today’s problems into tomorrow’s solutions.