Lachine Canal National Historic Site
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Ce lieu historique présente la vie et l'œuvre de sir George-Étienne Cartier (1814-1873), l'un des pères de la Confédération. La maison familiale des Cartier a été soigneusement restaurée selon les goûts et les usages de la bourgeoisie montréalaise vers 1860.
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There is the Atwater Market, BIXI bikes to rent to take up the Canal on the bike paths, benchs and grass to have a picnic, restaurants and close to the popular Griffintown and St-Henri (Which is a new hot spot in Montreal, being hailed the "New Le Plateau"). The is also a new boat lounge on the…
The Lachine Canal is a designated national historical site in the southwest of Montreal. It consists of a 14.5-kilometre urban route that runs between the Old Port and Lac Saint-Louis, which is a waterway characterised by five locks. Along the banks of Lachine, there is a linear urban park that…
As it name is, Lachine Canal is a recognized historical site located in the southwest of Montreal. The urban route consists of 14.5km which runs from old port of montreal to st. Louis lake. It is also characterized by 5 locks. The most interesting part of this canal is that the linear urban park…
The Lachine Canal is a canal passing through the southwestern part of the Island of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, running 14.5 kilometres from the Old Port of Montreal to Lake Saint-Louis, through the boroughs of Lachine, Lasalle and Sud-Ouest.
Idéal pour se promener à vélo, en roller, etc. Accès direct au vieux-port et au marché atwater
Lachine, on the southeast bank of Montréal Island (in Lac St.-Louis), got its name from the first pioneers who, in the 17th century, made their way up the St. Lawrence looking for a route to China (in French, "la Chine"). The 14.4-kilometer Lachine Canal, a way of getting around the Lachine Rapids,…
Take a walk or rent a bike or kayak and enjoy a day along the scenic Lachine Canal. Watch the birds, see the sunset, have a BBQ or ice cream, do some beer tasting at Terrasse St-Ambroise /McAuslan, etc...the list is endless!