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Lachine Canal National Historic Site 

The national historic site is open every day from sunrise to 11 p.m. The path is maintained from April 15th to November 15th each year.
Du Vieux-port de Montréal jusqu'au lac Saint-Louis
Montréal (city of) (Qc), Canada
H2Y 2E7
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Lachine Canal National Historic Site
The Lachine Canal is an iconic jewel located in the southwest of Montreal. Its 13.5-kilometre path runs between the Old Port and Lake Saint-Louis. The navigable waterway, the green urban park lined with industrial vestiges and the various activities on its banks make this site a great place to share.

The national historic site is open every day from sunrise to 11 p.m. The path is maintained from April 15th to November 15th each year.
Du Vieux-port de Montréal jusqu'au lac Saint-Louis
Montréal (city of) (Qc), Canada
H2Y 2E7

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