Nature and science

Chambly Canal National Historic Site

Located in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, parallel to the Richelieu River, the Chambly Canal runs nearly 20 km through various urban, agricultural and natural settings. Many habitats and organisms typical of each area are found along its path.

 Science and conservation

The mission of the Resource Conservation Service is to understand, protect and restore park ecosystems with a view to preserving their ecological integrity.

Conservation projects


Many animals can be observed in various milieus and habitats along the Chambly Canal.


Most noticeable is the ornamental vegetation along the Chambly Canal and various sectors where the banks have been replanted in a natural manner.


Discover the natural elements specific to the Chambly Canal and the Richelieu River environment.

Discover unique features

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