Ahuntsic-Cartierville

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. Cartierville grew as a suburb when it became in 1898 the north terminus of the Montreal Park and Island Railway tramway line, also known as the "17-Cartierville". Named in the honor of Sir George-Étienne Cartier, it became a village officially in 1906. During December 1912, it achieved city status. Two years later, the rural and agricultural part of Cartierville was granted independence from the city and was then known as Ahuntsic-Cartierville#Ville de Saraguay Ville de Saraguay

schools in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville. EMSB elementary schools include: John Caboto, Cedarcrest, Parkdale and St. Dorothy. Infrastructure thumb Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal Sacré-Coeur Hospital (File:Hopital Sacre Coeur Mtl.JPG). Transport Ahuntsic-Cartierville is served by three stations on the north-eastern part of the Montreal Metro's Orange line (Line 2 Orange (Montreal Metro)) which runs underneath Berri Street. Henri-Bourassa (Montreal Metro

) Henri-Bourassa station located on Henri Bourassa Boulevard, Sauvé station (Sauvé (Montreal Metro)) located on Sauvé Street, and Crémazie station (Crémazie (Montreal Metro)) located on Crémazie Boulevard. The borough is also served by one commuter rail (Commuter rail in North America) station of the Agence métropolitaine de transport. Bois-de-Boulogne station (Bois-de-Boulogne (AMT)) on the Saint-Jérôme line (Saint-Jérôme Line (AMT)) is located on Henri Bourassa Blvd


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(AMT) Blainville-Saint-Jérôme Line line. Cartierville branch and station A single-track electrified (2400 V DC) branch to Cartierville (Ahuntsic-Cartierville), a relic of when the line terminated there in Canadian Northern Railway days, left the line at (then) Val-Royal station. In later Canadian National years, only one rush-hour trip in each direction existed. It was abandoned in the early 1980s when STM predecessor STCUM took over operation of the Deux-Montagnes line


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and Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 117, 135. STL (Laval) (Société de transport de Laval) 55 Bois-Franc (Bois-Franc (AMT)) Saint-Laurent, Montreal STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 64, 126, 164, 170, 215, 382, 468 (Express). STL (Société de transport de Laval) Routes 55, 144, 151. former AMT (Agence métropolitaine de transport), now


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. Cartierville grew as a suburb when it became in 1898 the north terminus of the Montreal Park and Island Railway tramway line, also known as the "17-Cartierville". Named in the honor of Sir George-Étienne Cartier, it became a village officially in 1906. During December 1912, it achieved city status. Two years later, the rural and agricultural part of Cartierville was granted independence from the city and was then known as Ahuntsic-Cartierville#Ville de Saraguay Ville de Saraguay

In 1914, the rural and agricultural part of the city of Cartierville became independent, forming its own city. It was only in 1964, that Saraguay joined itself to the City of Montreal under law 2926 approved by the lieutenant-governor of the province of Quebec. Geography The borough is located in the northern part of Montreal along the banks of the Rivière des Prairies, and includes some islands in the river such as Île aux Chats, Île Perry, Île Perry and Île de la Visitation. It is bounded to the east by Montréal-Nord, to the southeast by the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension, to the southwest by the borough of Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), and to the west by the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro. It has an area of 22.92 km² and a population of 125,160. Politics Municipal The borough's office is located at 555, rue Chabanel West, Montreal. The territory is divided into four districts. Borough council As of the November 3, 2013 Montreal municipal election (Montreal municipal election, 2013), the current borough council consists of the following councillors: class "wikitable" border "1" ! District ! Position ! Name ! width "30px"   ! Party -  — Borough mayor Pierre Gagnier '''Pierrefonds-Roxboro''' is a borough (Boroughs of Montreal) (''arrondissement'') of the city of Montreal. It is composed of the former municipalities of Pierrefonds (Pierrefonds, Quebec) and Roxboro (Roxboro, Quebec), spanning the northern part of the West Island. Besides its land borders with the borough of L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève, as well as the boroughs of Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec) and Ahuntsic-Cartierville to the east, it borders the municipalities of Senneville (Senneville, Quebec), Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec), Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec), and Dollard-des-Ormeaux. Although now merged with the former city of Roxboro, the old Ville de Pierrefonds logo from 1999 is still in use for Pierrefonds-Roxboro, despite now being part of the city of Montreal. Northeast East 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Ahuntsic-Cartierville (Montreal) Southeast 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec) (Montreal) - Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec) Cartierville (Ahuntsic-Cartierville) Pierrefonds (Pierrefonds, Quebec) 8 '''Autoroute 19''', also known as '''Autoroute Papineau''' (Papineau Highway), is an autoroute (Autoroutes of Quebec) in Quebec. It crosses the Rivière des Prairies via the Papineau-Leblanc Bridge, connecting the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville in Montreal and the Duvernay (Duvernay, Quebec) neighbourhood in Laval (Laval, Quebec).


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thumb left Workers spreading asphalt in Sault-au-Récollet (File:Asphalte Sault-au-Recollet 1930.jpg) about 1930. One of the oldest villages on the island of Montreal, Sault-au-Récollet still retains its village atmosphere with many houses dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. It was the original site of Fort Lorette, a trading post and mission for the conversion of the First Nations people of the area. It grew prosperous in the 18th century with the construction of a mill on the rapids


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and Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 117, 135. STL (Laval) (Société de transport de Laval) 55 Bois-Franc (Bois-Franc (AMT)) Saint-Laurent, Montreal STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 64, 126, 164, 170, 215, 382, 468 (Express). STL (Société de transport de Laval) Routes 55, 144, 151. former AMT (Agence métropolitaine de transport), now


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;borough name . e.g. Le Sud-Ouest, Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Outremont, Montreal North, Lachine. ::::::2) When we need disambiguation, we add (Montreal). e.g. Ville-Marie (Montreal), LaSalle (Montreal). It's not because people frequently write "LaSalle (Montreal)"; it's because we're calling it "LaSalle", just like all the other boroughs, and using the "(Montreal)" to disambiguate it. The upshot: We get Lachine


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. It was then annexed and later combined with Nouveau-Bordeaux, forming the district of Ahuntsic-Bordeaux. The city of Cartierville and Sault-au-Récollet were added in 1918. In 1952, following a land exchange, Ahuntsic took over part of Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec). The Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough was part of the City of Montreal prior to January 1, 2002. For further reading on pre-merger Montreal, see Karen Herland's book "People, Potholes and Politics". Saraguay In 1914, the rural and agricultural part of the city of Cartierville became independent, forming its own city. It was only in 1964, that Saraguay joined itself to the City of Montreal under law 2926 approved by the lieutenant-governor of the province of Quebec. Geography The borough is located in the northern part of Montreal along the banks of the Rivière des Prairies, and includes some islands in the river such as Île aux Chats, Île Perry, Île Perry and Île de la Visitation. It is bounded to the east by Montréal-Nord, to the southeast by the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension, to the southwest by the borough of Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), and to the west by the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro. It has an area of 22.92 km² and a population of 125,160. Politics Municipal The borough's office is located at 555, rue Chabanel West, Montreal. The territory is divided into four districts. Borough council As of the November 3, 2013 Montreal municipal election (Montreal municipal election, 2013), the current borough council consists of the following councillors: class "wikitable" border "1" ! District ! Position ! Name ! width "30px"   ! Party -  — Borough mayor Pierre Gagnier '''Pierrefonds-Roxboro''' is a borough (Boroughs of Montreal) (''arrondissement'') of the city of Montreal. It is composed of the former municipalities of Pierrefonds (Pierrefonds, Quebec) and Roxboro (Roxboro, Quebec), spanning the northern part of the West Island. Besides its land borders with the borough of L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève, as well as the boroughs of Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec) and Ahuntsic-Cartierville to the east, it borders the municipalities of Senneville (Senneville, Quebec), Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec), Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec), and Dollard-des-Ormeaux. Although now merged with the former city of Roxboro, the old Ville de Pierrefonds logo from 1999 is still in use for Pierrefonds-Roxboro, despite now being part of the city of Montreal. Northeast East 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Ahuntsic-Cartierville (Montreal) Southeast 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec) (Montreal) - Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec) Cartierville (Ahuntsic-Cartierville) Pierrefonds (Pierrefonds, Quebec) 8 '''Autoroute 19''', also known as '''Autoroute Papineau''' (Papineau Highway), is an autoroute (Autoroutes of Quebec) in Quebec. It crosses the Rivière des Prairies via the Papineau-Leblanc Bridge, connecting the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville in Montreal and the Duvernay (Duvernay, Quebec) neighbourhood in Laval (Laval, Quebec).

Ahuntsic-Cartierville

'''Ahuntsic-Cartierville''' ( ) is a borough (Boroughs of Montreal) (''arrondissement'') of the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The borough was created following the 2002 municipal reorganization of Montreal (2000–2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec). It comprises two main neighbourhoods, Ahuntsic, a former village annexed to Montreal in 1910 and Cartierville, a town annexed to Montreal in 1916.

Ahuntsic-Cartierville is located in the north end of Montreal, on the banks of the Rivière des Prairies. It traces its history to the fortified Sault-au-Récollet settlement, which was established by the Sulpicians in 1696. This in turn led to the colonization of the area.

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