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Lachine Canal National Historic Site

Giving a Future to Our Past

Parks Canada has announced an investment of $170 million until 2021 for the Lachine Canal National Historic Site to upgrade its facilities and thus enhance the overall experience of more than a million people who visit the site annually.

In parallel to this major work, sites related to external projects affect the infrastructure of the Lachine Canal as well as its users. On this page, you will find information related to the work that has an impact on users of the path and the banks.

Ongoing work


Arrondissement Le Sud-Ouest

Extension of a conduit to bury the Bell network at the intersection of Canal and des Seigneurs streets

Proponent: Commission des services électriques de Montréal (CSEM)

Period: from January 19 to 27, 2023

Notice to users: We thank you for respecting the signs in the vicinity of the work site.


Others

Arrondissement Le Sud-Ouest

Charlevoix and des Seigneurs Bridges: Decreasing of the allowed weight limits

Period and duration: As of January 2020 for an indefinite period 

Notice to users: For the Charlevoix Bridge that crosses the canal at the level of Charlevoix Street, the new load capacity is now 22 tons, 34 tons and 44 tons respectively for vehicles of one unit, two units and three units. For the des Seigneurs Bridge that crosses the canal at the level of des Seigneurs Street, the new load capacity is now 26 tons, 36 tons and 48 tons respectively for vehicles of one unit, two units and three units.  Vehicles whose weight exceeds the stated limits are invited to use an alternative route.

For more details, please consult Press Releases web page.

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