Program one child, one tree
Programme un enfant, un arbre
You may register at any time!
Parents of a child born or adopted since January 1, 2009, may now register in the One child, one tree program.
DÉPLIANT EXPLICATIF - BROCHURE (In French)
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The third plantation - May 9, 2011
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The second plantation - May, 31th, 2010
Nine children received their tree!
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From left to right, back row: Elliott, Anick Marinier, Eric Theriault, Delphine, Marilyn Robichaud, Daniel Marier, Lise Brunelle, Chair of the Beautification Committee, Diane Gagnon, a member of the Beautification Committee, Pascal De Bellefeuille advisor. From left to right, front row: Stéphane Labelle, Jordan, Roxanne Dore Alixia Donna Leigh Reeves, Siana and Sean Hummel.
The first plantation - October 9th, 2009
A red maple for Théo
The first tree, a red maple, was planted in the Jardin des naissances (Garden of Births) on Thursday, October 8, 2009, in honour of little Théo. He was there, accompanied by his parents and his brother Félix.
It was an emotional moment for his parents, Marie-Noël Laurin and Sébastien Goulet, as they watched Omer Demers, Jacques Saint-Louis and Jean-Pierre Fortin plant a beautiful red maple in the Jardin des naissances on the rue des Marguerites in honour of Théo, who was born on July 8, 2009. "Today we begin to write the first pages in the history of the Jardin des naissances and this tree will become, as it were, the witness to our memory and to that of Theo," said Jean-Pierre Fortin, deputy mayor.
Since passing the One child, one tree program on March 9, 2009, the Ville de Mont-Tremblant has received three registrations. The other parents who registered decided to plant the tree on their own land.
The One child, one tree program is a commitment to the family and the environment in a context of sustainable development. "I am sure that all the trees that will be planted in the Jardin des naissances will offer our descendants a cleaner, purer environment and at the same time, will contribute to making the residents even more proud of where they live," said Mr. Fortin.
This program is open to the citizens of Mont-Tremblant who have become biological or adoptive parents since January 2009. Parents may register at any time, obtaining a registration form from the temporary city hall at 5100, montée Ryan, at the Public Works Department at 60, chemin de Brébeuf, at the Culture and Recreation Department at 1149, rue de Saint-Jovite or on the website at www.villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca under the heading Ville de Mont-Tremblant. For information, please call 819 425-8614, ext. 2604.
The One child, one tree program is the delightful initiative of the beautification committee of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant. Committee members are Lise Brunelle, chair, Jocelyne de Tonnancour, vice-chair, Jacques Saint-Louis, whose brainchild this program is, Omer Demers, Diane Gagnon and Jean-Benoir Crosnier.
The One child, one tree program is the delightful initiative of the beautification committee of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant. Committee members are Lise Brunelle, chair, Jocelyne de Tonnancour, vice-chair, Jacques Saint-Louis, whose brainchild this program is, Omer Demers, Diane Gagnon and Jean-Benoit Crosnier.
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