Rue Stanislas

Last updated September 22, 2022
Between Rue de Londres and Rue Stanislas
Montréal, QC

Rue Stanislas is a pedestrian street in Saint-Laurent that is mainly frequented by students of the school of the same name. This green and friendly space is a safe place to take a stroll or meet people.


Rue Stanislas, which is located between Rue de Londres and Rue Stanislas, provides full pedestrian access to the neighbouring school. On their way to and from school, students and parents can meet and enjoy a green space that is perfect for conversations and meetings.

The unique and historical character of the Norvick neighbourhood enhances the wartime housing built in 1942 during World War II to house military equipment factory workers. The area is also known for its winding streets, mature trees and abundant plant life, making it the perfect place to take a stroll. 

The project is part of a group of pedestrian areas that link schools in the neighbourhood. 


  • Green this stretch of the road and reduce heat islands as well as rainwater runoff. 


  • Educational arboretum
  • Street furniture to lean on
  • Green waiting areas
  • A variety of plant species


Rue Stanislas
Between Rue de Londres and Rue Stanislas
Montréal, QC