Presented byEnglish Community Organization of Lanaudière (ECOL)
The English Community Organization of Lanaudière (ECOL) invites you to discover the neighborhoods of Mascouche traditionally developed, inhabited and shaped by English-speaking pioneers. Whether they were from Ireland, Scotland, England, the United States or Canada, they all shaped sectors of the city in their own way. Accessible by car or bike, the route offers 12 points of interest allowing you to learn more about Mascouche Heights, the hamlets of Mascouche Rapids and Moorcrest.
The interactive map allows you to take a self-guided tour of the site, including a suggested itinerary for those who wish to live a dynamic visit experience while being on site.
For a better experience, we suggest that you download the BaladoDiscovery application on your cell phone (iOS / Android) and use the Preload option. You will then be guided and informed in the field without having to be connected to the Internet network during your travels.
* Bring headphones for a better experience.
Have a nice visit !
DESIGN, TEXTS AND ARTISTIC DIRECTION
François Tétreault – Société d’histoire de Mascouche
Claude Martel, Geographer-Historian
Carole Gravel - ECOL
English Community Organization of Lanaudière - ECOL
Mathieu Desbiens, Executive Director - ECOL
Société d’histoire de Mascouche - SODAM
Tel : 450 421-5929
From Mascouche Rapids to Terrebonne Heights