Carré Notre-Dame-des-Victoires

Last updated June 19, 2024
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Between Rue Dickson, Rue Boileau and Rue Bossuet
and Avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
Montréal, QC

The Carré Notre-Dame-des-Victoires this summer offers residents a people-friendly and unifying living space in Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. Whether to play, unwind or enjoy a leisurely stroll, local residents are invited to make the most of this public space with a village-like atmosphere.


The Carré NDV project called for a major redevelopment of the city block between Rue Dickson, Rue Boileau and Rue Bossuet, and Avenue Pierre-De Coubertin. This space is meant to give local residents an attractive public place in which to walk, play, and relax. The project incorporates two local parks as well as the magnificent Notre-Dame-des-Victoires church. A grand opportunity to gather on its parvis.

Avenue Pierre-De Coubertin has been the object of major redevelopment work aimed at improving safety and making mobility more practical and enjoyable, particularly for pedestrians. Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve plans to redevelop Rue Boileau before undertaking the redevelopment of three other pedestrian streets: Rue Monsabré, Rue Lacordaire and Rue Louis-Veuillot, between Rue Boileau and Avenue Pierre-De Coubertin.


  • Reduce nuisances linked to through traffic caused by the proximity of the Autoroute Souligny, at the corner of Rue Hochelaga and Rue Dickson.
  • Promote the neighbourhood’s quality of life.