This file contains the breakdown of the 32 sociological districts in Montreal in 2014. The notion of sociological district does not refer to a formal administrative division. It illustrates the Montreal territories (neighborhood) identified and recognized by local actors on the basis of history, belonging and socio-community organization and the issues involved. Sociological districts are in particular linked to the reference territories of the local consultation tables.This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).
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