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On the western slope of Mount Royal is the Côte-des-Neiges (CDN) district, a neighbourhood renowned for its ties to knowledge, spirituality and multiculturalism.
CDN is the city’s most populated area in Montréal, and with no wonder: this beautiful neighbourhood is home to some 80 cultural communities as well as a large student population, many of whom attend the Université de Montréal.
To this, add other high-profile institutions such as major hospital centers and colleges, and HEC university school of administration, and it’s not surprising that immigrants from around the world as well as families choose to settle in this lively neighbourhood.
Renowned for its vibrant multicultural community, the district is teeming with ethnic shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants serving authentic world cuisine. Its main commercial street, Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, truly is open to the world.
Magnificent Saint Joseph's Oratory perches high above with the Placette Côte-des-Neiges below, a lively pedestrian street leading right into the heart of the CDN village. Likewise, La Promenade Colin is a relaxing green pedestrian corridor created by landscape architecture students.
Close to the western entrance to Mount Royal Park extends the superb Côte-des-Neiges Cemetery.
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