Sainte-Catherine is an off-island suburb of Montreal, located on the St. Lawrence River in the Roussillon Regional County Municipality in southwestern Quebec, Canada. According to the 2011 Census of Canada, the population was 16,762.
Sainte-Catherine is well known for its restaurants and office buildings, department stores and specialty boutiques,entertainment venues, theatres and performance halls, and even its residence. It is familiar ground for both native-born and adopted Montréalers, as well as other Quebeckers making a pilgrimage to the big city and tourists who have read about it in their guidebooks.
Although the land had been inhabited for over three centuries, since the founding of the Iroquois mission in 1676, it was not until 1937 that the paroisse de Sainte-Catherine de Laprairie formed a territorial organisation. The village was eventually granted town status in 1973, thanks to a population boom. Sainte-Catherine had 17,000 residents in 2006, according to the city’s official website. The opening of the Honoré Mercier Bridge in 1934, followed by the Champlain Bridge in 1962, improved the local economy significantly.
According to historian Paul-André Linteau, the street was first known as Sainte-Geneviève before being renamed Sainte-Catherine in the early 1800s. According to his novel, Sainte-Catherine Street – At the Heart of Montréal Life, the name was chosen for a variety of reasons. It may have been chosen to match the name of the Côte Sainte-Catherine or to honour Catherine de Bourbonnais, Louis XV’s alleged illegitimate daughter who lived in Montréal.
Sainte-Catherine Street is the main commercial thoroughfare in Montreal, Quebec. It runs from west to east through the central business district, starting at the Claremont Avenue and de Maisonneuve Boulevard intersection in Westmount and ending at the Grace Dart Extended Care Centre near the Cadillac metro station. In Mercier–Hochelaga–Maisonneuve, it also passes via Ville-Marie, passing just east of Viau. The street is 11.2 kilometres long and serves as the backbone of Montreal’s downtown area.
1. Assistant Store Manager
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2. Procurement Officer
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3. Technical Recruiter
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4. Engagement Officer
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