The Anarchist Bookfair takes place in two buildings, which are across from each other- Maps below
2515, rue Delisle
CEDA is an adult education and community center based in Little Burgundy/St-Henri.
The main floor of CEDA is accessible to people using wheelchairs.
Please note: The CEDA entrance for people needing to use the wheelchair ramp is via the rear parking lot to the left of 2520, avenue Lionel-Groulx, before Vinet, but after Charlevoix.
Georges-Vanier Cultual Center (CCGV)
2450, rue Workman
CCGV is across from the CEDA
CCGV is an entirely wheelchair accessible space.
The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair venues are a few flat blocks from metro Lionel-Groulx. General information about this metro station is available online here:
This metro station is wheelchair accessible (there is an elevator to both platform levels). This will only be useful if you are coming from one of the 6 other wheelchair accessible metro stations (Montmorency, de la Concorde, Cartier, Berri-UQAM, Henri-Bourassa or Côte-Vertu). Please note that all of these stations are along the orange Line of the system.
Lionel-Groulx Metro is also a major hub for buses. The following buses stop at Lionel-Groulx Metro during the regular daytime schedule. Beside each is a link to the online schedule. On the schedule, wheelchair accessible buses are marked by a star ( * ).
78 Laurendeau – http://www.stm.info/english/bus/geomet/a-geo78.htm
108 Bannantyne – http://www.stm.info/english/bus/geomet/a-geo108.htm
173 métrobus Victoria – http://www.stm.info/english/bus/geomet/a-geo173.htm
190 métrobus Lachine – http://www.stm.info/english/bus/geomet/a-geo190.htm
191 Broadway/Provost – http://www.stm.info/english/bus/geomet/a-geo191.htm
211 Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – http://www.stm.info/english/bus/geomet/a-geo211.htm
221 métrobus Lionel-Groulx – http://www.stm.info/english/bus/geomet/a-geo221.htm
The STM also has a service called “ParaTransit”. To see if you are eligible for this service, or to learn more, call 514-280-8211 or consult their website: http://www.stm.info/english/t-adapte/a-index.htm
The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair organizing collective acknowledges that we are on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. The Kanien’kehá:ka are the keepers of the Eastern Door of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The island called “Montreal” is known as Tiotia:ke in the language of the Kanien’kehá:ka, and it has historically been a meeting place for other Indigenous nations, including the Algonquin peoples. The Anarchist Bookfair collective believes it’s not enough just to acknowledge the keepers of this land. We encourage everyone participating in the Bookfair to get informed and educated, and to actively resist colonialism and neo-colonialism in the many forms it takes, and in the diversity of forms that resistance can take too.