• A landmark in the heart of the region of Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Quebec, Canada.
  • Intersection of major highways:
    Aut. 40 which leads to Ottawa (Aut. 40/417)
    Aut. 20 which leads to Toronto (Aut. 20/401)
    Aut. 30 which connects to the south shore of the island of Montreal
  • Excellent visibility and direct and easy access from Autoroute 40 (Trans Canada Highway), with a daily traffic count of over 110,000 vehicles.
  • 20 minutes west of Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
  • 30 minutes west of downtown Montreal
  • 90 minutes drive from Ottawa


23 regional municipalities together form the county of Vaudreuil-Soulanges which is a young and dynamic region that is experiencing tremendous demographic growth.

  • Primary Population:       145,000 (175,000 by 2016)
  • Regional Population:  1,500,000


  • Part of Greater Montreal Area in southwestern Quebec.
  • One of the top 3 fastest growing cities in Canada.
  • Annual population growth is five times higher than the national average.
  • According to Statistics Canada, the population has increased by 29.1% since 2006.
  • Number of private dwellings has increased by 26% since 2006.
  • Young population with 20% greater income than the Greater Montreal Area.
  • Vaudreuil-Dorion boasts the highest birth rate in Quebec for the last 2 years.