Paramunicipal corporations

Public services and certain public equipment are managed by paramunicipal agencies. These nonprofit agencies are generally administered by boards of directors whose members are appointed by Ville de Longueuil's conseil de ville, or by the conseil d'agglomération in the case of equipment, infrastructures or objects of activity that come under the agglomeration's jurisdiction. The paramunicipal agencies are financed, in whole or in part, by revenue generated from the services they provide. They may also receive funding from Ville de Longueuil, the Agglomération de Longueuil, the Québec government, or from any other public corporation or agency.

For further information, please visit the paramunicipal corporations' Web sites by clicking on the various links below.

Office municipal d'habitation (OMH)

Low-income families who are looking for a low-cost or affordable apartment are asked to contact the Office municipal d'habitation de Longueuil.

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Parcours du Cerf Golf course (Société Rive et Parcs de Longueuil)

The association for the management and administration of the Parcours du Cerf (Société Rive et Parcs de Longueuil) operates two eighteen-hole golf courses, a driving range and a clubhouse.

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Réal-Bouvier Marina (Sogerive)

The Réal-Bouvier marina is part of the equipment under the Agglomération de Longueuil's jurisdiction. The Société pour la gestion des aménagements en rive (Sogerive) manages and operates the marina, the Île Charron ferry, and the Longueuil-Montréal river shuttle.

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Théâtre de la Ville

Founded is 1989, the Théâtre de la Ville is non-profit organization governed by a board of directors composed of 12 members hailing from the community. It receives financial support from Ville de Longueuil, Heritage Canada, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, and the Canada Council for the Arts.

Its mandate is essentially to provide the South Shore's population with outstanding artistic performances at a reasonable price, and to develop and promote the South Shore's artistic and cultural talent.

The Théâtre includes three theatres (the Pratt & Whitney Canada hall with seating for 911 spectators; the Jean-Louis-Millette hall with 400 seats; the new P'tit Bar de Jean-Louis that can accommodate up to 120 spectators), two rehearsal studios, and one private lounge.

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