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1875 Notre-Dame
Lachine, Québec H8S 2E9

Corner of Notre-Dame and 18th Avenue

Opening hours

Monday7 - 18h

Tuesday7 - 18h

Wednesday7 - 18h

Thursday7 - 20h

Friday7 - 20h

Saturday7 - 18h

Sunday7 - 17h

About this market

The historic Lachine Market is just steps away from the bike path on the Lachine Canal and is the oldest of Montréal’s public markets. It opened in 1845, at the site of the current City Hall, in the heart of the city’s economic centre, and was destroyed by fire in 1866. It was 40 years later when it opened in its present location on Notre-Dame Street.

The ’90s proved to be a difficult period for the market with the emergence of grocery chains, supermarkets and the de-industrialization of the city. However, the Lachine Market was able to bounce back and today it’s thriving. Since 2004, the Lachine Market has been a year-round marketplace, where you’ll find a cheese shop, a pastry shop and local farmers’ produce in the summer. The Lachine Market is the smallest of Montréal’s public markets.

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