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Saint-Vincent-de-Paul is a neighborhood of Laval.  It is, along with Sainte-Rose, one of the Laval’s oldest districts, with roots dating back to the church of the same title, formed in 1740 and dedicated after Saint Vincent de Paul.

it is a pleasant district in Laval, just north of Montreal. The Rivière-des-Prairies, which connects Laval and Montreal, borders it to the south. Boulevard Pie IX borders the region to the west, while Highway 25 borders it to the east. Highway 440 goes parallel to the north side. Duvernay is bounded on all three sides by St-Vincent.

The city is known for having a bit of a village-like ambiance.

If you go to the waterfront, you’ll discover gorgeous homes and little, one-of-a-kind restaurants and cafes. Many folks may be seen pedaling their bicycles or relaxing in the park beside the water.

Located south of Ile Jesus, Saint-Vincent-de-Paul faces the Montreal neighborhoods of Ahuntsic and Montreal North. It is a primarily French-speaking residential area with mostly homes and a few condos. This neighborhood will appeal to middle-class residents looking for a calm place to live but is only a few minutes away from Montreal because of the Pie IX Bridge.

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Reasons to Live in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul

  • Small Village Environment

The atmosphere is similar to that of a tiny village. The modest, casual cafés and old stone houses of Vieux Saint-Vincent–de-Paul will enchant you.

More suburban streets with strip malls and condo complexes may be found farther west, while a more industrial sector can be seen further east.

  • The Nature Center

Nature viewing at its finest. There are flowers everywhere. It is free to visit the farm. On a Sunday afternoon, it’s a great place to spend time with family or friends.

Possibly the nicest park in town. It’s almost like a botanical garden, complete with big playgrounds, animals, ponds, and even a little train ride in the heart of it all.

  • Colisée de Laval or Laval Coliseum

The Colisée de Laval is a multi-purpose arena featuring 3,500 seats in St-Vincent-de-Paul, Laval. It was built in 1954 and has stood as the home of several minor league and junior hockey teams.

After securing a five-year lease, the Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey’s Les Pétroliers du Nord relocated to Colisée de Laval in 2019.

The Laval-Bourassa Régents play there, as did the Laval Titan until they became the Acadie-Bathurst Titan in 1998. In 1994, the colisée hosted the Memorial Cup.

Here are some statistics regarding the Saint-Vincent-de-Paul Real Estate Market:

Single Family Home $460,000 (up 15% in the last 4 quarters)

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Source: College Laval


Saint-Vincent-de-Paul is home to many educational institutes such as Saint-Vincent Elementary School and College Laval.

St-Vincent-de-Paul Quick Statistics

Income, Age & marital status

Population by age group in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul is averaged at 46 years old with an average household income of $65,619.

Family Types

Couples in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul with no children at home make up about 41% of the population while couples who have children make up 35%.

Single parent families make up 24%.

Source: Baron Mag

Source: James Edition

Languages Spoken

The majority of the population speak French in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, about 87%. Only 5% of the population in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul speak English.

Other languages heard in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul make up about 8%.