Trans-Canada please wait to load
  • imageAccommodations
  • imageAir Travel
  • imageAirport Parking
  • imageAttractions
  • imageAutomotive
  • imageBed & Breakfasts
  • imageBoat Rentals or Charters
  • imageBuses or Shuttles
  • imageCafe
  • imageCampgrounds
  • imageCasinos
  • imageCinema
  • imageCraft Beer - Winery
  • imageCurrency Exchange
  • imageEmergency
  • imageEntertainment
  • imageFarmers Market
  • imageFestivals
  • imageFire Hall
  • imageFirst Nation
  • imageFlea market
  • imageFree
  • imageGolf Course
  • imageGovernment
  • imageHistorical
  • imageHospital
  • imageHostel
  • imageHotels
  • imageKids Amusement
  • imageLimousines
  • imageLong Term Rental
  • imageMarijuana /CBD
  • imageMarinas
  • imageMuseum / Gallery
  • imagePark
  • imagePolice
  • imagePublic Transit
  • imageRental Car
  • imageRestaurant
  • imageRV Rental
  • imageShopping
  • imageShopping District
  • imageShopping mall
  • imageSki Resort
  • imageSpa
  • imageSports & Recreation
  • imageSports Team
  • imageTaxi
  • imageTheatre
  • imageTour
  • imageTourist Services
  • imageTours & Tour Guides
  • imageTrain
  • imageTransit Hub
  • imageTransportation
  • imageTravel
  • imageTravel Info/Office
  • imageVacation Rental
  • imageWilderness Lodge

Sainte-Julie, Quebec

Sainte-Julie is a city located in the Montérégie region of Quebec. Sainte-Julie is just off the AutoRoute 30 Montreal South Bypass.  Its history is rooted in the French colonial era and reflects the evolution of the region from agricultural communities to modern suburban living. Here is an overview of the history of Sainte-Julie:

Sainte-Julie History

Before European settlement, the area around Boucherville was inhabited by Indigenous peoples, including the Mohawk and Algonquin who traded and travelled along the St Lawrence.

The French explorers and settlers arrived and in 1695 the land around Sainte-Julie became part of the seigneurie of La Vallée-du-Richelieu.

Sainte-Julie remained primarily rural throughout the 1700s and 1800s, with agriculture as the mainstay of the local economy. The fertile soil and favorable climate supported farming activities. Sainte-Julie officially became a municipality in 1855

In the 1900s, with the expansion of road networks and highways, and the proximity to Montreal, Sainte-Julie began to experience industrialization and urbanization. Sainte-Julie shifted quickly from a purely agricultural economy to a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial land uses.

Ste Julie Attractions

Parc Armand-Frappier

2 Rue Langlois, Sainte-Julie, QC J3E 1G6, Canada

A municipal park with green spaces, walking trails, and recreational facilities. This linear park also offers access to a large sliding slope, and it is a place where cultural and sporting activities take place all year round. In summer, you can attend open-air cinema screenings and various shows, in winter, it’s the sliding and various festivals that attract fans.

Parc de la Coulée

69 Rue Léonard, Sainte-Julie, QC J3E 1H8, Canada

Another local park provides outdoor spaces and amenities for residents and visitors.

Sainte-Julie, Quebec Area Map