Prevention Policies Directory

Access current Canadian policies. Learn from other jurisdictions. Inform change.

We've listed 61 policies under your selection of "Location". The most recently adopted policies are first.

Longueuil – Tree Policy

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Occupational and environmental exposures, Physical activity, UV and ionizing radiation
Policy intervention: Active transportation, Shade, Solar UVR, Streetscaping, Ultraviolet Radiation
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2018

This policy shows that trees, thanks to the shade they generate, reduce the solar radiation on the ground as well as the heat absorption of the mineralized surfaces. In addition, they reduce heat islands. The evapotranspiration of trees acts as a natural air purifier, improving the quality of life of citizens.

Longueuil – Roland-Therrien Pole Special Planning Program

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Nutrition, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Accessibility, Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Community gardens, Food retail, Intermodal transportation, Nutrition, Park, Pedestrian infrastructure, Public transit, Road safety, Streetscaping
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2017

Longueuil – Development and Development Plan Planning

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Nutrition, Occupational and environmental exposures, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Accessibility, Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Farmers' markets, Food provision, Food retail, Intermodal transportation, Local food, Nutrition, Pedestrian infrastructure, Public transit, Snow clearing
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2016

This development plan specifies certain elements that affect healthy lifestyles and certain aspects of the agri-food industry. In addition, it specifies the actions to be taken for contaminated land and the storage of hazardous materials.

Longueuil Bylaw CO-2014-848 – Ordering work to extend the infrastructures of Armand-Frappier Street to the future boulevard Moise-Vincent and the extension of the street infrastructure leading to the Maricourt snow bank to Kimber Boulevard, and enacting, for that purpose and for the payment of professional fees, a loan

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Nutrition, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Active transportation, Drinking water, Food provision, Nutrition, Road safety
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2014

Longueuil Bylaw CO-2014-824 – Ordering development work in Ile Charron Park and ordering a loan for this purpose and for the payment of professional fees

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Physical activity
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2014

This bylaw encourages physical activity by committing to creating a volleyball court within L'Ile Charron park. It also enhances the built environment by committing to creating a terrasse, sand beach, and street furniture.

Longueuil Transportation Mobility Plan

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Occupational and environmental exposures, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Accessibility, Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Bike share, Complete streets, Intermodal transportation, Parking management, Pedestrian infrastructure, Public transit, Road safety, Traffic calming
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2013

Longueuil Bylaw CO-2011-699 – Special Planning Program of the Central Pole of Longueuil

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Occupational and environmental exposures, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Accessibility, Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Intermodal transportation, Park, Pedestrian infrastructure, Public transit, Traffic calming
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2011

This bylaw (the Longueuil Central Pole) requires a structured, integrated and high-quality urban planning approach. For this reason, the City of Longueuil wishes to establish, in the perspective of an approach of sustainable development and viable community, by integrating parks, green spaces, transport networks including public transport to facilitate the accessibility for all users including multi-use trails. In addition, an element aims at the rehabilitation of contaminated soils.

Longueuil Bylaw CO-2008-537 – On vehicle idling

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2008

The purpose of this bylaw is to govern the idling of vehicles throughout the City of Longueuil.

Longueuil Bylaw CO-2008-537 – Administrative codification regulating vehicle idling

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
Policy intervention:
Year last amended: 2013
Year of adoption: 2008

This bylaw aims to regulate the idling of motor vehicles in order to save energy, protect the health and protect the environment. As a rule, idling any type of vehicle is prohibited for more than 3 minutes per 60-minute period. This applies to all motor vehicles governed by the Highway Safety Code, including commercial vehicles, passenger vehicles, and road vehicles, as well as any other motor vehicle intended for off-road use, such as snowmobiles and ATVs. For heavy diesel-powered vehicles, the maximum idling time is 5 minutes per 60-minute period, and 10 minutes per 60-minute period between November 1 and March 31.

By-law CO-2006-454 amending the Master Plan of the City of Longueuil

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Accessibility, Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Intermodal transportation, Pedestrian infrastructure, Public transit
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2007

Longueuil Family Policy

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Pedestrian infrastructure, Road safety
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2006

Longueuil Bylaw CM-2003-094 concerning pesticide use

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2003

This bylaw governs the application of pesticides on the territory of the City of Longueuil. It includes a list of banned pesticides, which includes malathion, as well as and permitted pesticides and instructions for their use.

Longueuil Bylaw CM-2002-58 – Ordering the work of sewer, aqueduct, paving, lighting, burial of public utilities and development of a cycle path in the rue des Châtaigniers and the extension du Boisé Street and in the blue-green axis located in the sector of these 2 streets, and decreeing for this purpose a loan not exceeding $ 4 937 000 – Codification updated on May 15, 2004

Location: Longueuil, Québec
Risk factor: Built environment, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2002