DISCOVER YOUR NEW NEIGHBORHOOD

SHOPPING

Centrally located in the heart of Pierrefonds within walking distance to many stores, restaurants and services.
Grocery stores:
  • Provigo Le Marché
  • Maxi
  • Saq
Pharmacies:
  • Jean Coutu
  • Pharmaprix
  • Uniprix

 

5 Minute drive to Fairview Shopping centre

SCHOOLS

Pierrefonds has one of the largest selections of schools both private and public.
PRIVATE SCHOOLS:
From pre-school to Grade 11:
  • Socrates : Private Greek School
  • Collège Charlemagne : Private French School
  • Collège Beaubois : Private French School

 

Public Elementary Schools: From pre-school to Grade 6

  • St. Anthony School
  • St. Charles School
  • Greendale
  • Terry Fox School
  • Thorndale

French Public Elementary Schools:

  • École Primaire Beechwood
  • École Primaire St-Gerard
  • École Primaire Sainte-Geneviève

 

PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS: From Grade 7- 11

  • Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School
  • Riverdale Academy
As well as its very own Cegep:
  • Cegep Gerald-godin

TRANSPORTATION

Easy access to Highways
  • Autoroutes 20, 40, 13

 

 5 minute drive to several train stations
  • Gare Roxboro & Beaconsfield

 

Walking Distance to multiple bus routes
  • Buses: 201, 68, 376, 407, 468, 470

PARCS AND RECREATION

Arena
  • Sportsplexe Pierrefonds
Parks
  • Parc Du Portage
  • Parc Du Millénaire
  • Parc Ménard
Nature Trails
  • Bois de L’ile Bizard Nature Park
  • Bois de Liesse Nature Park
Golf courses
  • Elm Ridge Country Club
  • Golf Saint-Raphael
  • Golf Dorval
Gyms
  • Monster Gym
  • Apex
  • Cross-fit Ile Bizard

HEALTH SERVICES

CLSC & Medical Centres
  • Clinique Mediplex
  • CLSC Pierrefonds
  • Clinique De Santé Jeunesse
  • C.M.P Centre Medical de Pierrefonds
  • Brunswick Medical Centre
Hospitals
  • Lakeshore Hospital

Réseau électrique métropolitain

COMING SOON!

 

A new integrated network linking downtown Montreal, South Shore, West Island, North Shore and the airport.

 

Once completed, the REM will be the fourth largest automated transportation system in the world after Singapore (82), Dubai (80 km) and Vancouver (68 km). For the metropolitan area, the REM also represents the largest public transportation infrastructure since the Montréal metro, inaugurated in 1966. Combined with existing transportation networks (metro, trains and buses), the REM opens a new era of public transit development in the Greater Montréal area.

 

27 stations – 67 km – 20 hours a day – 7 days a week