Saint-Laurent is one of Quebec’s (and Canada’s) most ethnically mixed areas, with some 166 ethnicities said to live there. The population is 45.4 percent that of non-Canadian born families.
Saint-Laurent is the second-largest employment hub within the metropolitan region, after downtown Montréal. Saint-Laurent has many transportation links, with one municipal bus terminal, two metro stops, three commuter train stations and four autoroutes to access. Home types range from single family homes, multi-plex and condos. Multicultural schools at all levels, elementary schools to Cegep Vanier College. Saint-Laurent, a diverse, socio-economic neighborhood with its unique feel and culture.