Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is at the western tip of the Island of Montreal. Its proximity to St. Louis Lake and the Deux-Montagnes Lake adds greatly to its charm. During the summer months, its locks abound with colourful sail boats and other pleasure craft. The main thoroughfare is Sainte-Anne Street, where you will find charming restaurants, sidewalk cafés, and professional offices.
The municipality is also home to two of Quebec’s largest English-language institutes of education: McGill University’s Macdonald campus and John Abbott College.
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The site underwent a makeover!
Visit the new interface! Many changes are still to come, so stay tuned.
We would like to inform you that the bulletin board is no longer one of the services offered by the E@M site.
Although it was satisfactory, we intend to develop other tools to improve the site’s interactivity.
Since we need to start in order to finish, get ready to experience the new interface!
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IS: International Students / Involved Students
A wind of change is blowing through the “Studying in Montreal” site! We hope that 2014 will be a year of action, participation and commitment.
As a result, we want to involve you in the new makeover of the “Studying in Montreal” site, designed with you in mind!
We are holding a photo contest to change the five banners on the “Studying in Montreal” site. Entrants must provide a minimum of three out of the five photos to participate! Feeling inspired? You have until March 24 to submit your photos.
Your photos will be showcased on our home page for two years, and you can win one of many prize lots.