The Bois-Franc development is served by the STM bus system. You can get to Côte-Vertu metro station on the ORANGE line. Bois-Franc train station, on the Deux-Montagnes commuter line, is now accessible on foot for Le Quartier residents. It is located on the north side of boulevard Henri-Bourassa, between Cavendish and Marcel-Laurin.

Bois-Franc territory boasts a waterfall, over 2.5 km of walking trails, squares, benches, fountains, children's playground equipment, winding streets to slow down traffic and numerous lakes that provide an opportunity to observe many types of birds and ducks. 

The borough of Saint-Laurent, on the territory of the island of Montréal, is strategically located, providing access to the major road transportation arteries and the Montréal-Trudeau airport. It is blessed with a highly developed infrastructure for education, leisure activities, cultural and economic activities and services. 

Grand-Place is Bois-Franc's public square. It is the community gathering place for Residents' Day in summer, for the arrival of Santa in winter or for a sugaring-off activity in spring. Here you will find a convenience store, a pharmacy, a coffee shop, a dry cleaner, a restaurant, a medical clinic, a big reception hall, a hair salon and a dentist's office.

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Customer-oriented project, Bois-Franc in St-Laurent brings together greenery and nature, waterways, recreation and services, homes and businesses, all within the most modern of developments, one predicated above all else on enhancing the well-being of its residents. Bois-Franc has managed the tour de force of recreating a warm, homey atmosphere among the communities having a history and a soul.