Located close to downtown, Les Quartiers du Canal have a rich industrial and architectural heritage. Made up of the Griffintown, Little Burgundy, and Saint-Henri neighbourhoods, this part of the city is booming.
Along the banks of the Lachine Canal, it is a perfect area for walking and cycling. Foodies and shopping fans can head to Atwater Avenue, as well as Notre-Dame West, Saint-Jacques, Wellington and Peel Streets, where magnificent rehabilitated buildings house design businesses, antique shops, art galleries, specialty grocery stores, numerous cafés, and gastronomic restaurants.
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