Walk-Workshop: Who’s Welcome In Our Green Spaces

Do we each have equal access to our parks and green spaces, regardless of the colour of our skin and our origins?  We invite you to participate in a hike-workshop to raise awareness about inequality and green spaces. The activity will take place at Frédéric Back Park. Lourdenie Jean, founder of L’Environnement c’est intersectionnel, will lead the workshop.  Be prepared to walk and discuss together about various issues while sharing our experiences. The workshop will be held in French.

When? Friday, November 5 from 1:30 pm until 3:30 pm.

Meeting point: Frédéric Back Park. We will contact registered participants with the exact location.

For whom? This workshop is designed for people who work or volunteer with outdoor organisations or settlement organisations, as well as for members of the public who are interested in the topic. Welcome!

Important note: a valid vaccine passport is required in order to participate in the activity.

Weather: The activity will take place rain or shine, but could be postponed or modified in case of heavy rains, thunderstorms etc.

Cost: free

Online registration:  https://www.amilia.com/store/en/armp/shop/activities/3517738

Registration by phone: 514.872.0566 x 0

Need help? Have questions? Contact us at pleinair@miltonpark.org and let us know how to reach you, and we will be happy to help you with registration!

The Intercultural Outdoor Recreation Program is co-delivered by the Association récréative Milton-Parc and the Maison de l’Amitié. This project is funded by the ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration, la Ville de Montréal and the Government of Canada.