Mile End parking games

Montreal-based gaming giant Ubisoft met with Mile End city councillors early last week to discuss Parcojour zones, a new parking project slated to launch in the neighbourhood by mid-November.

Three hundred and fifty parking spaces will be affected by the new zone, with the borough planning to double the number of residents-only parking spaces in the area, according to Alex Norris, Projet Montréal city councillor for the Mile End district. Parking will cost $2.50 an hour, with a four-hour cap on how long motorists can park in one day.