LaSalle



Nature meets the city in LaSalle, which is located between the St. Lawrence River and the Lachine Canal. Future residents will be pleasantly surprised by the wide array of homes, including single-family houses, duplexes, triplexes, row houses, condominiums and retirement homes. You’re sure to fall in love with LaSalle!

Here, it's a breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence, dynamic commercial arteries, many parks and 24 km of bike paths.

Here, it's waterfront life in the metropolis: where nature meets urban areas. In the southwest of the island of Montreal, you will find a pleasant living environment, where everything is nearby, from shopping to improvised picnics.

The wealth here is in the community. Whether you are long-time residents or have recently arrived in the country, you will find that LaSalle stands out for its openness and diversity.
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5 historical facts about LaSalle

1. Formerly City of LaSalle, the 1 st January 2002 LaSalle becomes a borough, by joining the new City of Montreal. Its name comes from the first lord of the place, the explorer René-Robert Cavelier de La Salle.

2. The Lachine Rapids are located in LaSalle. Surprising, isn't it? This designation is that of the French regime until the XIX th century, the heart of the parish of Lachine was located on the present territory of LaSalle.

3. In 1912, when it was incorporated into a municipality, LaSalle was characterized by its agricultural way of life and had many orchards. One hundred years later, it is an important industrial center and one of the main commercial centers of Montreal.

4. LaSalle's symbol is the Fleming mill, which dates from 1827. This witness to human labor is a good example of LaSalle's industrial aspect, the LaSalle residents' attachment to their history and their strong sense of belonging.

5. LaSalle's motto, as it can be read under the coat of arms, is Obstantia Amovet , which means “He pushes back obstacles, he pushes aside difficulties”.