Collective Impact Project (CIP)

The CIP collective impact project in the Parc-Extension district represents the main lever for the establishment of the Neighborhood Table. For several years Parc-Extension has experienced the absence of a neighborhood table and a difficult period at the level of community consultation. Today, the Parc-Extension district welcomed with hope the arrival of the Collective Impact Project (CIP) funded and supported by Centraide of Greater Montreal.

The CIP is also part of a process of strategic neighborhood planning, in progress, and can only be achieved through the finalization of this collective process and the implementation of the neighborhood action plan.

For more information on the PIC de Centraide:

Other Projects

Here are some of the projects that the Table is currently working on.

Report: Systemic Racism in Park Extension

The Round Table and its partners (CBAR Network, Brick by Brick and Tiger Lotus Coop.) are proud to share with you their policy brief on systemic racism, informed by the issues and recommendations raised by

Community Center Project

Your neighbourhood Rountable is worried about the community organisations’ future as they are facing a potential relocation. Patrice Tchinda, the Roundtable’s coordinator, has drawn the elected officials’ attention to this issue at the last borough