The Parc-Extension Anti-Eviction Mapping Project (PEAMP) and the Comité d’action de Parc-Extension (CAPE) are launching two interactive maps to highlight the evolution of evictions in Parc-Extension over the past four years, as well as the community initiatives and struggles that seek to counter the gentrification of the neighbourhood and to propose solutions adapted to the needs and aspirations of residents. As the housing crisis deepens in Montreal, documenting its magnitude and consequences, as well as the strategies and projects that are being put forward to address it, is more urgent than ever.





Sepideh Shahamati, Yannick Baumann, Emanuel Guay, Alessandra Renzi, Tamara Vukov, Celia Dehouche, Amy Darwish, Nelly Bassily, Kyra Saad, Montserrat Emperador Badimon, Laila, André Trépanier, Niel La Dode, Sohnia Karamat Ali, Stefan Latour, Anamaria Sporea, Hannah Gold-Apel, Razan Al Salah, Rizwan Ahmad Khan, Mohammad-Afaaq Mansoor, Marcos Ancelovici.  

With the generous support of the Comité d’Action de Parc-Extension (CAPE) and the Office of Community Engagement at Concordia University, Digital Divides Project.

Special thanks: Regroupement des comités logement et associations de locataires du Québec (RCLALQ), Brique par Brique, Parc Ex Mutual Aid, Coop Monde Uni, the tenants of 8305 Av. Bloomfield, Alex Megelas.

Check out our zine about evictions and community power!