City of Cote-Saint Luc

The City of Côte Saint-Luc is the third largest best city to retire on the island of Montreal. Its population is close to 35 000 citizens and its median age is close to 46 years old. The City is also home to seven Synagogues and one Catholic church.

With its sports and recreation programs, its aquatic center, its 29 parks, its municipal public library, one of the best in the province, the City located in the West End of the Island of Montreal offers quite an interesting environment and community. 

Apart from being a bilingual city with a diverse, 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.

Cote-Saint-Luc Urban Daily

Cote-Saint-Luc Economic Equilibrium

Cote-Saint-Luc Urban Gardens

Cote-Saint-Luc Public Transport Services

Cote-Saint-Luc Urban Geography

The City of Côte-Saint-Luc is surrounded by Lachine, Saint-Laurent, Hampstead, and Montreal Ouest.

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City of Cote-Saint-Luc by Rachel Louise Barry