A program with more room for youth inclusion through organized sport

The Du sport en plus program is aimed at young people aged 12 to 17 living in the East End of Montreal.

The main objective of the program is to increase the practice of sports among these young people and to make them benefit from the positive effects of organized sports.

4 program components

Financial support component

Eligible youth can receive $275 in financial support to register for activities at participating clubs

Complementary activities component

Young people belonging to sports clubs in the east end of Montreal can benefit from activities in the form of training and workshops

Athlete Rendezvous section

East-end clubs and associations can register for the Conseil du sport de Montréal's Rendez-vous des athlètes.

Community of practice component

A community of practice gathering several actors of the sport community in the east end of Montreal will meet a few times a year in order to exchange on their initiatives mainly focused on the inclusion of youth through sport.

Reasons for the program

Organized sport is a great tool for positive youth development.

Too many young people are unable to participate in organized sports or, worse, are forced to give up their favourite sport because of financial constraints related to the cost of membership in association clubs.

Organized sport creates supportive, inclusive and safe living environments.

Montreal's sports clubs and associations were particularly affected by the health restrictions, mainly because of the decrease in their revenues associated with registration to their activities.

Territories covered

  • Borough of Rivières-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles
  •  Borough of Montréal-Nord (part east of Pie IX)
  • Anjou district
  • Borough of Saint-Léonard
  • Borough of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension (part east of Pie IX)
  • Borough of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie (part east of Pie IX)
  • Borough of Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (part east of Pie IX)
  • City of Montréal-Est



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Questions and answers for the program More sports

When can I submit a request for financial support (part 1)?

Parents or legal guardians can apply for financial support before or after their child registers for sports at a club participating in the program (consult the list of registered clubs). If the club is not registered, please contact us.

Can I apply if I don't live in the boroughs concerned?

Unfortunately, no. Applications are reserved for residents living east of Pie-IX Boulevard in the following boroughs: Anjou, Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles, Saint-Léonard, Mercier-Hochelaga et Maisonneuve, Montréal-Nord, Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie, as well as in the linked city of Montréal-Est.

What is the salary threshold for submitting an application?

To find out if you qualify, your before-tax income must be below the threshold indicated in the table in the Volet 1 tab of the Du sport en plus program on our website.

What documents do I need to submit with my application?

When completing the application form for financial support, please attach the following documents:

- Your 2022 tax return (with your civilian address and family income clearly visible).

- For Revenu Québec: Schedule P, Part C. For Canada Revenue Agency: Protected B, Schedule 6, Part A (family work income).

Is the refund paid directly to the parents or guardians?

No, following your request for financial support (if you are eligible), your club will send us your detailed invoice, and we will transfer the funds directly to them, up to a maximum of $275. The club will receive the reimbursement and can deduct the amount from your registration.

How is confidential data handled?

We use a form to which only the Du sport en plus program coordinator has access. Once the data has been analyzed, it is securely destroyed. No confidential documents are stored in our system.

How do I know whether my application for financial support has been accepted or rejected by the program?

Once your application has been analyzed, you will receive an e-mail from the program coordinator informing you of the decision. If all the required documents are present, you will receive a reply within 2 weeks. If your application is accepted, the club will also be informed so that we can send you the invoice.

Can I apply every year?

Yes, you can apply every year, as long as you meet all the eligibility criteria when you reapply.

Is it possible to make several requests for the same family?

Yes, it is possible to make several requests for the same family. The subsidy is capped at a maximum of $275 per child participating in one of the clubs/associations associated with the program.

The Du sport en plus program is made possible by the participation of the Quebec government as a financial partner.