Welcome to Notre-Dame-de-Grace, one of Montreal’s most iconic, diverse, and vibrant neighbourhoods. One half of the Borough of Cotes-des-Nieges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace, NDG is home for more than 70,000 people and is a hub of activity, with a colourful mix of languages and backgrounds, of commerce and residences, of culture and community life. Situated west of the downtown and Mont Royal, NDG has developed a unique character that its residents embrace and are proud of.
Active participation in community life is a big part of the local vibe, and the NDG Community Council has been a spearhead for local initiatives for decades.
In the 1660s, the Décarie, Hurtubise and Milot families from the new colony of Ville Marie became landowners in the area known as Coteau Saint-Pierre, thus leaving their mark in NDG. The Village of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce was established in 1876 and grew rapidly thanks to its rural ambiance. Its fertile soil produced apples that were shipped to England and melons that were highly prized in New York and Boston.
The Elmhurst Dairy, founded in the late 1870s, increased its grazing land by 400 acres in the subsequent years, even before NDG was incorporated as a town in 1906 and annexed by the City of Montreal as the NDG ward in 1910. In 1914, there were 5000 inhabitants, and by 1930, their numbers had increased to 30,000.
Present-day NDG lies southwest of downtown Montreal. It is bordered by Montreal West, Côte-St-Luc and Hampstead to the west and north, the Sud-ouest borough the south and Westmount to the east. Predominant physical features are the Décarie highway, falaise St-Jacques, and the Loyola campus of Concordia University. Major arteries are Saint Jacques Street, Sherbrooke Street West, Monkland Avenue, Côte-St-Luc Road, and Cavendish and Décarie boulevards.
Characteristics of the Population
The NDG Community Council is hosting a public assembly for residents to meet the candidates running in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce riding. All residents are encouraged to participate. Come ask questions and learn where your candidates stand on important neighborhood issues.
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce is a provincial electoral district in the Montreal region of Quebec, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It comprises the city of Montreal West and part of the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough of the city of Montreal. It was created for the 1966 election from the part of the Montréal–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce electoral district.
Sue MONTGOMERY / Borough mayor Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Peter MCQUEEN / City councillor - District Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Kathleen Weil / Member of the National Assembly of Quebec for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Marc Garneau / Member of the Canadian Parliament for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Westmount
2017, November 5 - Municipal elections
A general election held on November 5, 2017 to fill the office of city mayor, and the offices of borough mayor, city councillor and borough councillor in the 19 boroughs in Montréal.
2015, October 19 - 42nd Canadian federal election
The 42nd Canadian federal election is tentatively scheduled for October 19, 2015 in accordance with the Canada Elections Act which requires that a general election be held on the third Monday of October in the fourth calendar year following polling day for the last general election, to elect members to the House of Commons of the 42nd Canadian parliament.
2014, April 7 - 41st Quebec general election
The 41st Quebec general election was held on April 7, 2014 to elect members to the National Assembly of Quebec. Kathleen Weil was elected to represent the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce in the National Assembly of Quebec
2014, November 2 - Élections scolaires / School elections
Le Centre d'écologie urbaine de Montréal a produit un mini-guide d'information S'intéresser et aller voter aux élections scolaires, un peu dans l'esprit des guides des dernières élections municipales mais sans la liste des candidats.
2013 November 3 - Élection générale / General elections
Publication of the review respecting the general elections held on November 3, 2013
Saint-Raymond Community Centre
Offer, in priority to sports, community and cultural groups of NDG and Côte-des-Neiges, a space for meetings and special events of all kinds addressed to a family-oriented or adult public.
Walkley Community Centre
Westhaven Community Centre