Le Conrad is located just a few steps from the Angrignon Metro Station Angrignon and bus terminal. Le Conrad location offers great accessibility without the high rents associated with downtown living.

Shopping Centers

The Carrefour Angrignon shopping mall is a nice 5 minute walk from the Le Conrad building.   Carrefour Angrignon offers over 200 opportunities to browse. In addition the Cineplex Angrignon is available for your entertainment pleasure.

Cycling Paths

The borough of LaSalle has 16 kilometers of cycling paths. You can admire many natural sites and learn the history of the region on any of the great Lasalle bike paths. The Lachine Canal bike path, which borders LaSalle features significant periods of industrial life in the nineteenth century. It also provides, at its western end, a breathtaking view of Lake St. Louis.

Every year more than 160,000 people travel along the 8 km long shoreline path. For a more urban excursion, the path along the canal leads cyclists to the downtown core of Montreal, offering a stop at Angrignon Park.


Two stations were installed in LaSalle ; one on Lasalle Boulevard, at the corner of 6th Avenue and another on Alepin street.

BIXI has 411 stations and 5,000 bikes throughout the Montreal area. To subscribe, for more information about the service or for a map showing the location of stations, visit montreal.bixi.com.

Safety on bike paths

For a smooth and safe use of bike lanes, it is important to respect other users and signalling is always in effect. To avoid accidents, cyclists and skaters should avoid excessive speed and risky overtaking. Pedestrians must use the sidewalk if there is one. Otherwise, they should make sure to walk in single file to facilitate the free movement of other trail users.

The bike path along the shoreline was widened, where possible, to make room for pedestrians, parents with strollers and runners, many of whom want to enjoy the waterfront. Every summer, police cadets patrol the paths to help users follow posted instructions and inform cyclists of safety rules.


  • Jardins communautaires Charles-Nagy (Société d’horticulture de LaSalle)
    Boulevard LaSalle, between rue des Oblats and ave. Bélanger
    Telephone : 514 367-6000 x 6809
  • Jardins communautaires des Rapides (Société d’horticulture des Rapides)
    Boulevard LaSalle near the canal de l’Aqueduc
    Telephone : 514 367-6000, X 6819

Parc des Rapides

One of the most beautiful natural spaces on the whole island of Montreal the Parc des Rapides is an island of tranquility ideal for those who want to escape the urban bustle. You can enjoy the magnificent view of the river and its tumultuous rapids, discover rare species of birds or simply stroll through its many trails.

Naturalists from the organization Héritage Laurentien are on site throughout the year. They can answer all your questions about the fauna, flora and history of this magical place.

Angrignon Park

Angrignon Park is located close to the Angrignon metro station. With more than 25 000 trees, it is the second largest wooded park on the island of Montreal, after that of Mount Royal. You can find three ponds and a one km lake. It’s a nice place for picnics and there are even a barbecues available.

Over 10 km of trails are available for walking, with 1.6 km lighted for evening walks and 2 km for cycling and rollerblading. Several species of birds can be observed such as Baltimore Orioles or many species of duck near the lake. In winter, you will have access to 10 km of cross country trails and a skating rink. Moreover, the fitness/obstacle course at Fort Angrignon promises exitement in any season.

Since 1990, during the summer season, the Angrignon Farm lets you and your children mingle and view farm animals like goats, sheep, ducks, …

Neighborhood parks

List of borough parks:

  • Du Père-Marquette
    At the corner of rue Bouvier and Louis-Joliet
  • Parc Albert-Perras
    At the corner of rue Perras and Jean-Chevalier
  • Parc Boivin
    At the corner of rue de Matane and de Cabano
  • Parc Christophe-Colomb
    At the corner of rue David-Boyer and Réjane
  • Parc Dalmany
    Rue Dalmany between avenues Strathyre and Stirling
  • Parc de l’Aqueduc (La Bécane)
    Boulevard LaSalle (at the end of 75e Avenue)
  • Parc des Rapides
    At the corner of boulevards LaSalle and Bishop-Power
  • Parc des Saints-Anges
    Boulevard LaSalle (at the end of rue Maria)
  • Parc du Bois-des-Caryers
    At the corner of rue Chouinard and Léger
  • Parc Dollier-de-Casson
    At the corner rue Saint-Patrick and avenue Stirling
  • Parc Félix-Leclerc
    Boulevard De la Vérendrye (behind the Octogone library)
  • Parc canin Frederick-Mackenzie
    At the corner of rue Lapierre and André-Merlot
  • Parc Gérard-Poirier
    At the corner 11e Avenue and rue Simonne
  • Parc G.-Melatti
    Rue Melatti
  • Parc Hayward
    Avenue Orchard
  • Parc Hébert
    At the corner 68e Avenue and rue Beyries
  • Parc Highlands
    At the corner of avenue Highlands and rue Airlie
  • Parc J.-D.-Ducharme
    At the corner of rue Jean-Brillon and Rancourt
  • Parc Jeannotte
    At the corner of rue Clément and Trudeau
  • Parc J.O.R.-Leduc
    Rue Béique between rue Giroux and Paquette
  • Parc Lacharité
    Rue Centrale between avenue Latour and boulevard Champlain
  • Parc LaSalle-Nord
    Rue Chouinard between rue Lapierre and Pigeon
  • Parc Lawrence
    Rue Beyries between 66e Avenue and 68e Avenue
  • Parc Lefebvre
    At the corner rue Hardy and avenue Dollard
  • Parc Leroux
    At the corner rue Centrale and avenue Lacharité
  • Parc Louis-Marie-Gagnon
    At the corner of rue Airlie and des Oblats
  • Parc Maher
    At the corner of rue Maher and Boivin
  • Parc Marroni
    At the corner avenue Dupras and rue Marroni
  • Parc Martineau
    Rue McVey
  • Parc Ménard
    Rue Clément near rue Bergevin
  • Parc Mohawk
    At the corner rue Dalmany and avenue Athole (the park is at the end of each dead end street)
  • Parc Ouellette
    Rue Serre between rue Giguère and Robert
  • Parc Parent
    Rue Parent (behind the Dollard-St-Laurent sports center)
  • Parc Paul-Séguin
    At the corner rue Raymond and 30e Avenue
  • Parc Raymond
    Boulevard Bishop-Power (behind LaSalle Catholic Comprehensive High School)
  • Parc Riverside
    At the corner of rue Raymond and Centrale
  • Parc Stinson
    Boulevard LaSalle (facing moulin Fleming sur le bord de l’eau)
  • Site archéologique des Saints-Anges
    Boulevard LaSalle (at the end of rue Maria)
  • Terrasse Boyer
    At the corner du boul. LaSalle and 65e Avenue
  • Terrasse Roy
    At the corner du boul. LaSalle and 78e Avenue
  • Terrasse Serre (at the Parc des Rapides)
    At the end of boulevard Bishop-Power
Sports and recreational facilities
Arenas and exterior rinks

Centre sportif Dollard-St-Laurent

In addition to a large indoor ice rink (skating lessons offered and the possibility of ice time rental), you will find a gym and a boxing club. Consult the Recreation and Culture directory for details of the proposed activities.

Centre sportif Dollard-St-Laurent
707, 75
e Avenue (corner De La Vérendrye)

Jacques-Lemaire Arena

The Jacques-Lemaire arena welcomes hockey teams of all levels, speed skating buffs and figure skaters. It is also possible to rent ice time. Check the Entertainment and Culture directory to see when your favorite sport is offered.

Aréna Jacques-Lemaire
8681, boulevard Champlain (Corner Centrale)

Patinoire Bleu Blanc Bouge (Hayward Park)

Every Sunday, you can borrow free skate at the Bleu Blanc Bouge rink, during the free skate from 11 am to 1:30PM. The free skate rental is offered to children accompanied by an adult or adults in exchange for a valid ID (health insurance card, driving license).

Outdoor rinks (Raymond, Lefebvre, Hayward and Riverside Parks)

Raymond and Lefebvre parks: large hockey rinks with proper lineage for hockey and skating trails for free.
Riverside Park: hockey rink
Hayward Park: an ice patch

Tennis Courts

List of borough tennis courts:

– Centre de tennis Cavelier (eight courts – with reservations)
330, 80e Avenue, LaSalle

The eight playing surfaces of Cavelier tennis center offers a variety of tennis activities.

There are tennis courses for youth and adults, from beginners to advanced. From group lessons to semi-private or private lessons, you will definitely find what suits you.

FREE exterior tennis courts, lit and without reservations

  • Parc Hayward ( two courts)
    Corner of rue Centrale and avenue Orchard
  • Parc Hébert ( two clay courts)
    Corner of 68e Avenue and rue Beyries
  • Parc Lacharité (three courts)
    Rue Centrale, between avenue Latour and boulevard Champlain
  • Parc Lefebvre (three courts)
    Corner of rue Hardy and avenue Dollard
  • Parc Leroux ( two courts)
    Corner of rue Centrale and avenue Lacharité
  • Parc Ménard ( two courts)
    Rue Clément, near rue Bergevin
  • Parc Mohawk ( two courts)
    Corner of rue Dalmany and avenue Athole
  • Parc Ouellette (three courts)
    Rue Serre, between rue Giguère and Robert
  • Parc Riverside ( two courts)
    Corner of rue Centrale and 35e Avenue

Michel-Leduc Aquatic Complexe (Aquadôme)

To discover or rediscover the joys of swimming with family or friends, LaSalle pools await you. Go ahead and splurge!

Michel-Leduc Aquatic Complexe (Aquadôme)
1411, rue Lapierre

Michel Leduc-pool complex is the main family aquatic centre in LaSalle. Relax in the acclimation pool, swim laps in the 50 meter pool or enjoy one of the many aquatic activities available. Michel Leduc Aquatic complex is an indoor water centre offering all the brightness of an outdoor pool, with a beautiful glass roof for year round enjoyment!

Pools and water sports

In LaSalle, seven outdoor pools offer refreshing coolness during the hot summer period. All pools have green relaxation areas, to catch a few rays under the sun (except Ménard and Lefebvre parks).

Outdoor Dance Floor/Stage

Ballroom and other dance lovers can come and practice your favorite favourite moves in the enchanting Park des Rapides, located at the corner of LaSalle and Bishop-Power boulevards. It’s free