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Lachine Canal National Historic Site

Things are happening on the Lachine Canal! Its banks, trail and locks have invigorated many Montreal neighbourhoods since it opened in 1825. Learn more about activities near the Lachine Canal and about its heritage and the Parks Canada employees who look after this national historic site.

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Winter Trail

Winter fun on the canal: ensuring safety while respecting the environment!

A Colourful Summer at Lachine Canal!

Discover the merchants along the canal this summer!

Reopening of the Lachine Canal - 20 years already!

20th anniversary of the Lachine Canal's reopening to recreational boating.

Team Up and Clean Up

Team up and clean up the shoreline! Learn more about the program.

Algae and aquatic plants

A brief look at algae and aquatic plants

10 reasons to base your business at the Lachine Canal

Here are 10 reasons to establish your business at the Lachine Canal.

The History of a Little Coaster

Discover the story of Le Havre-Aubert

New electric vehicle

Discover the new electric vehicle for the Lachine team.

Learn-to Paddle

Come and try your hand at paddlesports for free all summer long.

Newly Renovated Canals

See the major projects that have been completed on Quebec’s historic canals in the past year.

Public Art at the Hangar 1825

Discover the mural at Hangar 1825. A work of art by Ankhone.

Planting of trees

Hundreds of trees, shrubs and plants will be planted near the Lachine Canal National Historic Site.

Inspirational women

Parks Canada Quebec Waterways employees talk about their background and accomplishments.

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