THE PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN URBAN LIFE AND NATURE
AN ENVIABLE QUALITY OF LIFE AT A LOWER COST
Despite the nearby services and excellent quality of life enjoyed by its residents, the area’s cost of living is one of the lowest in all of North America. In addition, the region features numerous natural attractions and a multitude of activities that enhance the quality of life for all residents.
A BALANCE BETWEEN URBAN LIFE AND NATURE
Thanks to the region’s national parks and easy access to nature, the residents here enjoy a quality of life that is incomparable to other urban areas.
A VIBRANT REGION
The Agglomération de Longueuil is located next to Montreal, a metropolis that is known worldwide for its vibrant cultural life, gourmet dishes and artistic scene.
ACTIVITIES AND ENTERTAINMENT
- 3 nature parks and numerous neighbourhood parks
- A downhill ski resort and several cross-country skiing networks
- 250 km of bike paths
- 5 marinas
- 7 golf courses
- And much more!
THE AGGLOMERATION’S FIVE CITIES ARE KNOWN FOR THEIR EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY OF LIFE:
was named the best city in Canada for families by Moneysense magazine according to their annual quality of life rankings. The municipality is certified as a child-friendly city and an age-friendly community.
in Canada for families
has an appealing charm and is renowned for its downtown core, which is located around Victoria Avenue along the river. In 2018, Saint-Lambert was ranked 9th out of the 25 best cities to live in in Canada (according to Moneysense).It came in 6th out of the 10 best Canadian cities for raising children.
out of the 25 best cities to live in in Canada
is home to many nature parks (managed natural areas) where people can enjoy doing activities in harmony with nature, such as birdwatching at Parc de la Frayère. Residents also enjoy breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River.
Just a stone’s throw away from downtown Montreal, Brossard is hard to beat when it comes to business. It’s known for its Dix30 shopping centre, which features over 300 stores, hotels, restaurants and unique entertainment venues.
more than 300
stores, hotels, restaurants and unique entertainment venues
offers a variety of lifestyles that can cater to anyone’s tastes. The landscape is dotted with a multitude of parks and recreational facilities that are well-suited to the needs of residents. Numerous cultural activities and a vibrant community life contribute to the city’s bustling atmosphere.
cycling city in Canada
A lower cost of living
The cost of living here is much lower than in most large North American cities. The property value of single-family homes in the area is $363,315 (2020) compared to $601,135 for the city of Montreal (source: Institut de la Statistique du Québec).
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