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Frustrated by how difficult it is to contact Montreal's 311 service, a couple of friends and I have built this handy web app:


It works on desktop and on mobile.


This is not a for profit project, but simply our proposed solution to what we see as a very outdated system.


We take care of bundling up and forwarding reports to different instances of the city's boroughs using a partially automated system.


Please give it a try and let me know what you think :)

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