Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Streets

Quaint streets
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Rosemont

Historically a thriving industrial municipality and a largely francophone working-class neighbourhood, HoMa is where real life happens: people getting on with their day-to-day, going to work, to the market, to school, to the park…it’s a lively urban village with a friendly, small-town feel. From recycled factories to beautiful churches to striking institutional buildings, such as the Maisonneuve Library, the Morgan Bath and the Maisonneuve Market, to name a few, the borough’s architectural landscape tells a tale of transformation and evolution. HoMa now offers an eclectic mix of small local businesses. There’s always something new to discover, with a wealth of new restaurants, cafés, local artisans, designers and socially-responsible boutiques ever adding to HoMa’s allure. In summer, Ontario and Sainte-Catherine Street East transform into a festive outdoor venue: streets are closed off to traffic, patios are buzzing, sidewalk sales abound and people just come out to experience the HoMa summertime vibe.

Price

  • Free admission
  • Cooperatives and non-profit organizations
  • Partner of Montréal Community Sustainable Development Plan
  • Green Policy
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Streets
Ontario Street East from Darling to Pie-IX and
Sainte-Catherine Street East from Bourbonnière to Viau
Montréal, QC

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Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Rosemont
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