Saint-Constant, Quebec

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Saint-Constant is a city in southwestern Quebec, Canada.wikipedia
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Roussillon Regional County Municipality

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It is located on the south shore of Montreal in the Roussillon Regional County Municipality of the Montérégie region.
The seat is in Saint-Constant, Quebec.

South Shore (Montreal)

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It is located on the south shore of Montreal in the Roussillon Regional County Municipality of the Montérégie region.

Charles-Émile Trudeau

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One of the mayors, Solime Cardinal (1815–1897), was the maternal grandfather of Charles-Émile "Charley" Trudeau, a successful French Canadian entrepreneur who became the father of Pierre Elliott Trudeau, 15th Prime Minister of Canada, and grandfather of Justin Trudeau, 23rd and current Prime Minister of Canada.
Charles-Émile Trudeau was born on his family's farm in Saint-Michel-de-Napierville, Quebec, the son of Joseph Trudeau (1848–1919), a semi-literate farmer, and Malvina Cardinal (1849–1931), whose own father was Solime Cardinal (1815–1897), mayor of Saint-Constant, Quebec.

Montérégie

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It is located on the south shore of Montreal in the Roussillon Regional County Municipality of the Montérégie region.

Canadian Railway Museum

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Saint-Constant is home to the Canadian Railway Museum.
The Canadian Railway Museum ((Le) Musée ferroviaire canadien), operating under the brand name Exporail in both official languages, is a rail transport museum in Saint-Constant, Quebec, Canada, on Montreal's south shore.

Delson, Quebec

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This trend continued with the establishment of Saint-Michel (1854), Saint-Mathieu (1919) and Sainte-Thérèse-de-Delson (1932).
The Canadian Railway Museum (Exporail) occupies a large tract between Delson and Saint-Constant.

Sainte-Catherine station (Exo)

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Saint-Constant is also served by the Saint-Constant and Sainte-Catherine stations on the Réseau de transport métropolitain's Candiac line.
Sainte-Catherine station is a commuter rail station operated by Exo in Saint-Constant, Quebec, Canada.

Saint-Constant station

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Saint-Constant is also served by the Saint-Constant and Sainte-Catherine stations on the Réseau de transport métropolitain's Candiac line.
Saint-Constant station is a commuter rail station operated by Exo in Saint-Constant, Quebec, Canada.

La Prairie (electoral district)

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It consisted of the Parishes of Laprairie, Saint-Philippe, Saint Jacques le Mineur, Saint Isidore and Saint Constant, the Indian Lands of Sault Saint Louis, and all islands in the River Saint Lawrence close to the county.

Canadian Pacific Railway

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Saint-Constant was transformed by the construction of the Canadian National Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway in the last quarter of the nineteenth century.
2850, is preserved in the Exporail exhibit hall of the Canadian Railway Museum in Saint-Constant, Quebec.

Sanguinet (electoral district)

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It consists of the municipalities of Sainte-Catherine, Saint-Constant, Saint-Mathieu, and Saint-Rémi.

List of towns in Quebec

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*List of cities in Quebec

Candiac line

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Saint-Constant is also served by the Saint-Constant and Sainte-Catherine stations on the Réseau de transport métropolitain's Candiac line.

Quebec

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Saint-Constant is a city in southwestern Quebec, Canada.

Montreal

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It is located on the south shore of Montreal in the Roussillon Regional County Municipality of the Montérégie region. In 1815 Rang Saint-Pierre was nicknamed "Black Cattle Road" because it was the way cattle were transported from New York to Montreal.

2016 Canadian Census

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The population as of the Canada 2016 Census was 27,359.

Parish

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The Côte Saint-Pierre mission (first name of the parish) began in 1750 with the construction of a church and two years later, the parish registers opened.

Seigneurial system of New France

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Rang Saint-Pierre was the central concession of the Sault-Saint-Louis seigneurie and extended into the seigneurie of LaSalle.

New York City

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In 1815 Rang Saint-Pierre was nicknamed "Black Cattle Road" because it was the way cattle were transported from New York to Montreal.

Lower Canada Rebellion

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Residents of the area witnessed or took part in the Lower Canada Rebellion of 1837-1838.

Saint-Rémi, Quebec

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However, the vast territory of the parish of Saint-Constant was already subdivided for Saint-Rémi (1840), Saint-Édouard (1833), and Saint-Isidore (1833).

Saint-Édouard, Quebec

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However, the vast territory of the parish of Saint-Constant was already subdivided for Saint-Rémi (1840), Saint-Édouard (1833), and Saint-Isidore (1833).

Saint-Isidore, Montérégie, Quebec

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However, the vast territory of the parish of Saint-Constant was already subdivided for Saint-Rémi (1840), Saint-Édouard (1833), and Saint-Isidore (1833).