Cultural Policy

The Town of Rosemère’s current cultural policy was adopted in October 2004, following an in-depth reflection process and consultation with its residents. This document presents a portrait of the cultural situation as well as the major orientations proposed by the Cultural Policy Committee to ensure the development of the arts and culture in the Town of Rosemère. These orientations are as timely today as they were then.

In 2013, the Thérèse-De Blainville RCM adopted its own cultural policy, resulting from a collaborative effort involving the RCM’s 7 member municipalities. This document reflects the shared intent of these seven towns to join forces and consolidate their vision of what their cultural offering to the population should be.


Table of contents

See the policy on the left-hand side of this page, under Download.

  • Foreword
  • Rosemère, a portrait
  • History
  • Geopolitical profile
  • Demographic and socio-economic profiles
  • Cultural history
  • Guiding principles
  • Mission
  • Orientations
  • Promotion
  • Protection
  • Maintenance and development of partnerships
  • Continuity
  • Support
  • Areas of intervention
  • Promotion of arts and culture
  • Protection of the built and natural heritage
  • Maintenance and development of partnerships
  • Continuity in the support of artistic and cultural activities for citizens of all ages and families
  • Support to professional and developing artists
  • Appendix 1: Law on the professional status of artists
  • Appendix 2: Public hearing attendance list
  • Appendix 3: Report on interventions
  • Acknowledgements and Presentation of the Committee
  • Bibliography





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