The Lachine Canal is an iconic jewel located in the southwest of Montreal. Its 13.5-kilometre path runs between the Old Port and Lake Saint-Louis. The navigable waterway, the green urban park lined with industrial vestiges and the various activities on its banks make this site a great place to share.
Lachine Canal National Historic Site
- 711 Saint Joseph Boulevard, Montreal, QC
- National Historic Site
711 Saint Joseph Boulevard, Montreal, QC
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