These seven smaller neighborhoods are what make up Le Sud Ouest in Montreal.
Each of these enclaves are distinct and special in their own way with different things to offer such as Atwater market which is one of Montreal’s premiere farmer’s market that remains open in the winter. The Lachine Canal, Angrignon Park, Notre Dame Street,
Le Sud Ouest is going through some major transformations and a rebuilding process. Little Burgundy’s close proximity to downtown, the Atwater Market, trendy delicious restaurants and cafes that are within a short walking distance have made this neighborhood a desirable community for urbanites looking for newer real estate construction and a hipster, trendy neighborhood feel. St Henri
The Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM) operates Francophone public schools.
The English Montreal School Board (EMSB) operates Anglophone public schools.
The Montreal Public Libraries Network operates four libraries: Georges-Vanier, Marie-Uguay, Saint-Charles, and Saint-Henri.
The borough is home to the École de technologie supérieure technical university.
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Le Sud Ouest has no shortage of delicious resto’s like Tuck Shop, or fairly new Indian Restaurant Rasoi which has the coolest outdoor terrace to enjoy in the summertime, or Lili & Oli which is one of my favorite coffee shops on Notre Dame Street, they think of everything, they even have extra Macbook chargers in case you forgot yours at home, which I have done. If you’re looking for a nice BYOB Italian restaurant then try La Trattoria which is also on Notre Dame, corner Guy Street.
In terms of shopping, read this interesting blog post about St Henri.
Tourisme Montreal also has a great article on some of the history of St Henri and Little Burgundy. You can read it here.
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How one Montreal neighbourhood has become a battleground in Canada’s gentrification debate | CBC News
Once a bastion of Montreal’s francophone working class, made famous by author Gabrielle Roy in The Tin Flute, Montreal’s St-Henri neighbourhood has in recent years become a favourite of condo-developers and fine diners.