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 Montreal's South Shore
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
  • Regional Population:  1,500,000


Part of Greater Montreal Area in Southwestern Quebec
Maclean’s has ranked it the 4th best city in Canada to raise a child
Average age of residents: 37
One of the three cities in Quebec with the highest birth rate in 2010, 2011 and 2012
Nine elementary schools, including one trilingual and one English-language
Over 50 parks with playgrounds, water features and sports fields
A wealth of sports facilities: arenas, pools, skateboarding parks, tennis courts, soccer pitches, beach volleyball areas, baseball diamonds, artificial-turf football field etc., and the Centre Multisports, the region's largest sports facility
Two train stations for getting to and from Montreal
Home to the future $1.7 billion Vaudreuil-Soulanges Hospital