Message à la communauté de Notre-Dame-de Grâce-COVID19

Conseil communautaire NDG, conscient de la crise COVID-19 que nous traversons et des impacts sur vos vies, tient à rester auprès de vous en ces moments difficiles.

Notre préoccupation première a toujours été et reste la qualité de vie dans notre quartier. 

Il est dans l’intérêt général des habitants de notre quartier  de suivre les consignes gouvernementales et de pratiquer la distanciation sociale.

Puisque seules les autorités sont en mesure d’effectuer une mise à jour en temps réel, nous vous invitons à consulter les liens ci-dessous vous permettant d’accéder à des sources d’informations officielles. 

Nous demeurons disponibles par téléphone au 514-484-1471 poste 0 ou par courriel au Vous recevrez une réponse dans les 72 heures.

Message to the community of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce-COVID19 

The NDG Community Council, aware of the COVID-19 crisis we are going through and the impact on your lives, wants to stay with you in these difficult times.

Our primary concern has always been and remains the quality of life in our neighbourhood. 

It is in the general interest of the residents of our neighbourhood to follow government instructions and practice social distancing.

Since only the authorities are able to update in real time, we invite you to consult the links below to access official sources of information. 

We remain available by phone at 514-484-1471 ext. 0 or by email at You will receive an answer within 72 hours.  


Saint-Raymond is a small but diverse neighbourhood at the southern edge of NDG, squeezed between the commuter rail tracks and the steep St-Jacques escarpment, with the Decarie expressway to the east and rue Cavendish as its western boundary. Historically an Italian neighbourhood – known to some as little Little Italy - Saint-Raymond today is a rich mix of languages and cultures, with an active community life. The neighbourhood has been of particular interest in recent years due to multiple nearby megaprojects that are greatly impacting the community - notably the new MUHC mega-hospital, and the ongoing reconstruction of the massive Turcot interchange. Traffic, commerce, rents, land-values, and the quality of the environment are all being significantly impacted by these projects. 

There are lots of great ways to keep informed about activities and events in Saint-Raymond, including signing up to the community Facebook Page and community newsletter

 Join the Saint-Raymond Action Group on Facebook

Community Priorities
  • The integration of the MUHC;
  • The impacts of the Turcot on traffic, circulation, and the local environment;
  • The introduction of the new french primary school in the neighbourhood, opened in 2015;
  • The revitalization of rue Upper Lachine for commerce and activity;
  • The redesign of the intersection of Upper Lachine and de Maisonneuve;
  • The availability of recreational and public amenities, including the development of an Art Hive collective;
  • Road and pedestrian safety, especially in places such as the Melrose Tunnel and the Girouard underpass.
The Haunted Melrose Tunnel
For 9 consecutive years, Saint-Raymond residents have teamed up with the Council and the Saint-Raymond Community Centre to transform the Melrose Tunnel into a haunted hall of horrors for Halloween. This has included a family-friendly decoration-making events at the Community Centre, and the community coming together to hang decorations in the tunnel.  In the last several years, the CDN-NDG Borough has pitched in to paint the tunnel in advance as well! 

If you’d like to get involved in the Saint-Raymond community, please contact Steve at tel: (514) 484-1471  X232




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