Strategically located along the Lachine Canal, the Quartiers du Canal area is highly accessible.
The public transport network is efficient in all three neighbourhoods, making it the preferred means of transport to get there.
Five major stations on the metro’s Orange line are located near or at the very heart of the three districts: Bonaventure, Lucien-L’Allier, Georges-Vanier, Lionel-Groulx and Place Saint-Henri.
Saint-Henri, Little Burgundy and Griffintown: 3 neighbourhoods, 18 commercial streets and more than 20 ways to discover them!
Three neighbourhoods rich in history and culture, each with its own identity and a diverse range of businesses.
With its rich historical heritage, Griffintown has become, in the space of a few years, one of Montreal’s trendiest destinations thanks to its design spaces and daring restaurateurs. Old buildings and modern facades are now home to independent businesses, trendy restaurants, design boutiques and art galleries.
Here, renowned restaurants, friendly cafés, theaters, lifestyle boutiques, antique shops and lamp shops coexist, along with bars offering original cocktails. In just a few years, this area of the city has become a favorite meeting place for leading international figures such as Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau.
Named the 2nd best neighbourhood in which to live in Montreal by Journal Métro, Saint-Henri is a neighbourhood full of experiences that surprise visitors. With its rich industrial past, this constantly changing neighbourhood never ceases to surprise those who visit. Saint-Henri is a place where gastronomy, music, history and vast green spaces come together.