Recreation and Community Centres
Being engaged and active is important at any age, and especially so after retirement. In addition, social contact and friendships reduce the isolation felt by many seniors. Through participation in activities and events, their lives retain meaning and value; seniors have a lifetime of knowledge to contribute to their communities.
Most seniors are already active in their communities after a lifetime of involvement.  However, as their needs change some activities may become more difficult or less accessible.
Home Safety and 
Assistive Devices
Legal/Financial Issues
Recreation and
Community Centres
Transportation and 
Driving Concerns
Personal Safety

Health Information
Palliative Care
Healthcare Facilities

Caregiver Support
Counselling Resources
Communication Tools
Loss, Grief and Bereavement

Websites for Seniors
Seniors' Advocacy

Contactivity Website
Contactivity Family
Included below are some links to cultural and outdoor activities within 
Montreal, as well as an extensive list of community centres offering programs
and services in English.  A list of organisations providing internet training 
opportunities for seniors are also listed here. 

We also encourage you to look at the Transportation section 
for information on how to get to where you want to be.

Activities in Montreal

Information and Referral Centre of Greater Montreal
The centre provides pertinent information on recreational 
opportunities in Montreal. 
Tel: (514) 527-1375
E-mail: crgm@inff

City Of Montreal
This site can be searched by neighborhood for cultural activities and more.
Seniors Section

Kino-Quebec - Viactive Program for Seniors
Kino-Quebec runs a program called Viactive, whose mission is to promote
physical activity among seniors. French only
1301 Sherbrooke East, Montreal (QC) H2L 1M3
Tel: (514) 528-2400 Ext. 3645

Community Centres

Please note that many community centres only serve people
in their surrounding area.

Almage Senior Community Centre
Provides diverse social services and programs to adults 50 and over in 
Pointes-aux-Trembles, Montreal-Est, Rosemont, Mercier-Est, Anjou, 
Olivier-Guimond, Hochelaga/Maisonneuve, and St. Leonard.
Almage offers a driving refresher course for seniors.
8680 Hochelaga, Montreal (QC) H1L 2M6
Tel: (514) 355-1712

Dawson Community Centre - 50+ Seniors Program
A dynamic organisation dedicated to supporting the autonomy 
and quality of life of seniors in Verdun and SouthWest Montreal.
666 rue Woodland, Verdun (QC) H4H 1V8
Tel: (514) 767-9967

Contactivity Centre
Contactivity works to involve and empower seniors 
in the Westmount, NDG, and downtown communities.
4695 boul. de Maisonneuve West, Westmount (QC) H3Z 1L9
Tel: (514) 932-2326 or (514) 932-3433

The Teapot
The teapot helps support the autonomy and well-being of seniors in Lachine
and the Western suburbs of Montreal.
2901 boul. Saint Joseph, Lachine (QC) H8S 4B7
Tel: (514) 637-5627

The Cummings Centre for Seniors 
A 6,000 member, non-profit, volunteer association that provides services
and programs to individuals 50 years of age and over. The mission of the 
Agency is to provide a full range of programs and services for senior adults 
to help them maintain their independence and promote their quality of life
5700 Westbury Avenue, Montreal (QC) H3W 3E8
Tel: (514) 342-1234

Entraide Benevole Metro
Social activities include Wednesday activities at Foyer Laurentien; 
self-organised Thursday activities, and monthly day trips.
1801 de Maisonneuve West, 5th Floor, Montreal (QC) H3H 1J9
Tel: (514) 939-9575

Council for Black Aging Community of Montreal
8606 Central St, Suite 202, LaSalle, Montreal (QC) H8P 1N5
Tel: (514) 935-4951

Community Centres In NDG / West Montreal

Benny Centre
A seniors' community centre in N.D.G.
6440 De Terrebonne, Montreal (QC) H4B 1B1
Tel: (514) 872-6720

New Hope Seniors Centre
A non profit, English senior's centre catering to the N.D.G. community. Services
include meals, Meals On Wheels, exercise classes, discussion groups, 
friendly visiting, computer lessons, information sessions and special events.
Also available is free transportation to and from the Centre for those who reside
in the N.D.G area. Open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
6225 Godfrey, Montreal (QC) H4B 1K3
Tel: (514) 484-0425

50+ Club of NDG
The NDG 50+ Club offers social, recreational, and educational services, 
as well as lunches and physical fitness activities. The Club serves people 
over 50 years of age and has over 500 members.
Rosedale-Queen Mary United Church
6870 de Terrebonne, Montreal (QC) H4B 1C5 
Tel: (514) 872-1764 

Montreal West Seniors and 50 Plus Travel Club 
Tel: (514) 484-1976 / (514) 484-6186 
John A. Simms Community Centre
8 Westminster South, Montreal West (QC) H4X 1Y5

Creative Social Centre 
5237 Clanranald Ave, Montreal (QC) H3X 2S5
Tel: (514) 488-0907 

Côte Saint-Luc Senior Social Club
Côte Saint-Luc Shopping Centre
7101 Côte St. Luc Rd., Suite 203, Côte Saint-Luc (QC) H4V 1J2
Tel: (514) 485-6819

Côtes-des-Neiges Seniors Centre
6585 Côtes-des-Neiges, Montreal (QC) H3S 2A5
Tel: (514) 344-1210

NDG Senior Citizens' Council
A volunteer based, non-profit community organization dedicated to improving 
the quality of life of older people in Notre Dame de Grace and Montreal-West. 
Our Homesupport Services help frail, older people with their daily needs. 
These services include Action Transport, Woodworks, Footcare clinics,
Information and Referral, Advocacy, Income tax and our Day Away Program.
We offer courses and Public Education on Wellness and Topics such as 
Estate Planning which are pertinent to Seniors.
88 Ballantyne N, Montreal West (QC) H4X 2B8
Tel: (514) 487-1311

Quebec Association of Senior Centres

Listings of a variety of community organisations including a number of seniors 
centers (in French only).