Le Plateau-Mont-Royal / Mile End
Deemed one of the most creative neighbourhoods by Statistic Canada, Montreal's trendy and colourful Plateau Mont-Royal boasts the greatest number of creative people in the country.
The smaller "Mile End" district is also officially part of Le Plateau neighbourhood, but often considered distinct. Much like its bigger counterpart, it's home to many Montreal artists and filmmakers.
Montreal's St-Henri is a trendy, up-and-coming, neighbourhood located on the South-West side of the island. It's home to the Atwater market, the Lachine Canal, relaxing parks (like Sir George Etienne Cartier Park), specialty cafes, and much, much more.
Looking for something friendly, with a small-town feel? Then Hochelaga Maisonneuve might be the right neighbourhood for you. Otherwise known as "HoMa," Hochelaga Maisonneuve is reinventing itself, diversifying - without losing its spirit.
Famously home to the Olympic Stadium, this borough is comprised of distinct areas flourishing with an active community. Find small streets, green alleyways and numerous local cafés and businesses.
Old Montreal is home to the city's most historic and newest attractions, providing an unbeatable glimpse into Montreal's extensive history.
As one of the most accessible neighbourhoods in the city, it's walking distance from both Downtown and the Business District - which may suggest why it’s home to many professionals, international employees, and French expats!
Town of Mount-Royal
Otherwise known as TMR, this affluent neighbourhood is located in the heart of Montreal, on the North-West side of the Mount Royal Park. It charms with its delightful green spaces and magnificent architecture.
Notably anglophone, enjoy an exceptional quality of life, a close-knit community, and numerous parks.