Ahuntsic-Cartierville, located in the north of the city and bordering La Rivière-Des-Prairies, has everything you need to offer a better quality of life to its residents. One-third of its current population is made up of families with children, and the sector is becoming increasingly attractive to young families and couples.
Although some parts of this borough still bear witness to its rural past, it is above all the happy mix of an urban atmosphere and abundant green spaces. The real estate market offers you many options, from single-family homes to modern condo.
The borough includes Ahuntsic, André-Grasset, Sault-au-Récollet, Saraguay, Cartierville and Bordeaux districts.
In terms of transport , Ahuntsic-Cartierville has three metro stations and as many train stations, in addition to bus lines serving in particular main arteries such as Gouin, Henri-Bourassa, Sauvé, Acadie and Saint-Laurent. Highways 15, 19 and 40 also cross the borough.
The most important sports complex in the area is the Claude-Robillard Sports Complex , which was built for the 1976 Olympic Games. It welcomes both top athletes and beginners.
The neighborhood is also known for its three French-language colleges, one of which is private and the other two. The Promenade Fleury is lined with a variety of small family businesses, while many well-known businesses and a movie theater can be found at Central Market .
Every summer, Ahuntsic Park hosts FestiBlues , an international festival for fans of blues, folk and rock music. The Lufa Farms place Ahuntsic-Cartierville at the pinnacle of agricultural technology by having built in 2011 the first commercial greenhouse on a roof.