They talk about us

The bee: the reflection of the current state of our ecosystem - in French

Honey made in Quebec is believed to be one of the most contaminated pesticides in the world. This is revealed by a rather disturbing study just published in the prestigious journal Science. There is talk of pesticides around the world, neonicotinoids, but they are dangerous for consumption. Read the article and watch the video.

Bee and city dwellers: not a honeymoon! - in French

The Coop Miel Montréal must remove poorly placed hives to help uncomfortable city dwellers. Watch the video.

A garden for bees - in French

As we know, honey bees all over the world face multiple threats: parasites, epidemics, pesticides, climate change ... The concern for the fate of bees, added to the vogue of "urban agriculture", has no doubt contributed to the growing popularity of beekeeping as a hobby, an educational tool and, of course, a source of honey. Read more...

Controlling hives: operation to collect 20,000 bees - in French

The lack of supervision and training of some beekeepers in Montreal forces the cooperative Miel Montreal to dislodge thousands of bees leaving their hive to settle in the yards of some residences. Read more...

Montreal convention center, le palais des congrès de Montréal, receives reward
- in French

The Palais des congrès de Montréal has won the prestigious AIPC Innovation Award presented at the annual conference of the International Association of Congress Centers (AIPC) held in Sydney, Australia. Read more...

Learn with bees - in French

If he is passionate about bees, he is passionate about biodiversity and all that surrounds this concept in urban areas. Met in the apiary of the University of Montreal, installed in full view in the heart of the campus, Alexandre Beaudoin talks about the inseparable link that exists between the balance of our ecosystem and the honey bee. Read more...

Honey of the city - in French

Colonies, by nature, separate on the arrival of a new queen. This is called swarming. Miel Montréal was called by the police a dozen times in 2014, a little less in 2015. Citizens panicked to see tens of thousands of bees on their property, or even on their car, had dialed 911. The police establishes a security perimeter and contacts specialists. Bees are collected in a box. Read more...

Miel Montréal at GSEF 2016

The 2016 edition of the Global Social Economy Forum (GSEF) was held in Montreal. The Coop was one of the organizations selected by the City of Montreal for their admirable contribution to the common development of the city. Watch the video

Bee colonies buzz in Montreal - in French

Urban beekeeping has skyrocketed in Montreal. In four years, the number of hives has increased from 10 to 368. And yet, these are those declared to the authorities. They are in yards and on roofs all over town, out of sight. Are there too many? The experts do not agree on the question. Read more....

Crédit Photo : Manoushka Larouche, Samuel Cogrenne, Alexandre Gillez.