Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension

Children play and run behind a ball. Two young Italians lie underneath a tree. They joke with three young girls wearing summer dresses and sitting on a bench, two of them with their baby. Two seniors sitting at a table are reading a newspaper that they share. I see on my horizon a place that lacks for nothing.

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The Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough offers a unique living environment with its streets lined with large trees and its generous green spaces. Its commercial streets are at the heart of true urban villages. The latter are home to people of various cultural backgrounds who enjoy mixing and rubbing shoulders together. posed of plexes, it is also possible to find quaint sectors with single-family homes.

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The borough Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension at a glance

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Living environment

The Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough  offers a unique living environment with its streets lined with large trees and its generous green spaces. Its commercial streets are at the heart of true urban villages. The latter are home to people of various cultural backgrounds who enjoy mixing and rubbing shoulders together. Though the borough’s housing stock is largely composed of plexes, it is also possible to find quaint sectors with single-family homes. The borough features three public libraries, a Maison de la culture, several sports and leisure amenities and much more. Overall, it is a perfect urban setting to raise a family. 

The neighbourhoods in this borough

Activities

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A few words on the area

Children play and run behind a ball. Two young Italians lie underneath a tree. They joke with three young girls wearing summer dresses and sitting on a bench, two of them with their baby. Two seniors sitting at a table are reading a newspaper that they share. I see on my horizon a place that lacks for nothing.” [Translation] (Patrick Straram, in Montréal en prose, p.372). 

We feel at home, in Canada and in Québec at the same time. It’s wonderful!” (CIBL (Saint-Michel), 8:48 à 8:55)

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