Ville de Mont-Royal
Based on an urban plan developed more than a century ago and inspired by then cutting-edge movements – a plan from which the Town has essentially never wavered – Mount Royal was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2008. Today, building on a long tradition of excellence in urban planning and development, this garden city stands out for the quiet charm of its road network and the quality of its residential architecture, which makes it an excellent place to raise a family on the island of Montreal. Since the years 2000, Mount Royal has been investing more and more in public art, with murals and outdoor sculptures multiplying all over its territory. In 2017, the Town renewed its cultural policy, after adopting a first one in 2008.