Gateway to the waterways!
Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue is located on the western tip of the island of Montreal between the St. Lawrence River and the Ottawa River. This college town is home to John Abbott College CEGEP and the MacDonald College of McGill University.
Along the canal, you can dine at one of the many waterside cafés and restaurants, take a stroll along the boardwalk or simply enjoy the pleasure boats as they pass through the locks.
In the summer months, the locks are a hub for pleasure boats and tourists! The common theme for street businesses on Ste Anne St. are leisure, relaxation, and shopping with a diversity of boutiques and restaurants.
Housing is varied and includes family-friendly newer detached homes in the northern part of the town, to century-old renovated buildings in the western tip. The city is a short commute by car or commuter train.
Located in the northern part of the town is the Morgan Arboretum, a 610-acre forested reserve owned by McGill University. Its primary objectives are conservation and education. Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue is also home to the Ecomuseum, an accredited zoo open 364 days a year, the only one in Montreal.
Lovely and full of energy, this town has everything close at hand to please families and singles, young and old alike!