A Montreal Ontario Street that runs through the Ville-Marie borough in the West and through the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough in the East.
An Ontario street that has long been notorious for prostitution and that now offers a Promenade Ontario Shopping Area that becomes pedestrian during the summer season.
Five Great Lakes, Superior, Huron, Michigan, Erie and Ontario, a Huron word and a Great Lake that was once a border between the Huron and the Iroquois communities and, an Ontario Street with its specific and ever changing culture since 1842.
Nowadays, the Ontario Street is divided into four segments throughout the City of Montreal. Among them, the commercial segment located in the Hochelaga area of the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough.
A commercial segment on Ontario Street between Pie IX and Darling, on Place Simon-Valois since 2007 and on Ste-Catherine East between Bourbonnière and Viau, all under the SDC Promenades Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
A unique to Montreal neighborhood life based on its busy commercial street, on its local merchants and on its sidewalk sales and public markets.
A commercial SDC that stands for "Société de développement commercial" and for a non profit organization committed to the revival of its commercial areas and to the economic and cultural growth of its merchants and population.
A SDC also dedicated to the organization and support of promotional projects such as colorful events, sidewalk sales and neighborhood parties.
An SDC accompanied by an Ontario Street Merchant Association to help improve the safety, the cleanliness and the quality of its commercial and residential neighborhoods.
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