City of Cote-Saint-Luc

The City of Cote-Saint-Luc is the third largest and one best city to retire. Its population is close to 35 000 citizens and its median age is close to 46 years old. A City where seven Synagogues and one Catholic church adorn the scenery.

With its sports and recreation programs, its aquatic center, its 29 parks and its municipal public library, Côte-Saint-Luc is considered one best city of the Island of Montreal.

A City located in the West End of the Island of Montreal with a large variety of community resources, sports and recreation programs, eco living, parks and activities and many others to discover and appreciate.

Apart from being a bilingual city with a mainly English-speaking population, Côte Saint-Luc is one of the first cities to ban pesticides, to require bicycle helmets and to introduce a "Citizens on Patrol" program.

It is also where one of the Quebec leading municipal public libraries is located. A library called the "Bibliothèque publique Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library". 

The City of Côte-Saint-Luc is surrounded by the Borough of Lachine, the Borough of Saint-Laurent, the Town of Hampstead, and the Town of Montreal West. A City that created a 14 km bike lane to encourage its residents to stay active.

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City of Cote-Saint-Luc by Rachel Louise Barry

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