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Hurray for the outil-O-thèque 🥳

Check our new website – only in french : http://www.outilotheque.ca/

Ville en vert opens its doors to a new object library!

Our two service points offer free access to borrow objects and tools for gardening, tinkering, playing as a family, cooking, and having fun.

Come discover our learning spaces.

Sign up for our workshops, offered in collaboration with organisations in your neighbourhood, to learn about topics affecting your daily life and the climate.

•Who can borrow ?

The outil-O-thèque is a socially-orientated initiative aiming to serve low income communities of Ahuntsic-Cartierville and Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension.

→ Are you over 18 and able to use and care for the library’s tools and objects? You are welcome!

→ Learning spaces and repair workshops are available to all, subject to the number of registered participants.

Visit our service points to borrow and return items

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS, FACILITATORS AND REPAIRERS

You would like to accompany us on this great adventure? Whether you are recognized for your talents as a repairer, facilitator or someone who cares about helping their community, contact: edith.poudrier@villeenvert.ca

A SECOND LIFE FOR YOUR OBJECTS

You have objects collecting dust in your home?

We have a place for them ♥

Please fill out this form or come to one of our service points with photos of your items. We’ll assess if we can add them to the outil-O-thèque.

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER to find out about new additions to the library !


  • To promote our project, host repair and training workshops in your organisation, or to ask a question, contact Édith Poudrier, our outil-O-thèque project manager : edith.poudrier@villeenvert.ca

Our beautiful project is made possible thanks to the support of our ♥ partners ♥

For information on the protection and conservation of our natural heritage and ensuring a clean, safe, and sustainable environment for present and future generations, click here

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