A community for everyone!

The symbiocite community offers you a neighbourhood life inspired by today’s lifestyle. Located on the river banks of the St. Lawrence and St. Jacques rivers on the south shore of Montreal, in the Montérégie region, La Prairie is known for its many attractions. Its green parks, numerous playgrounds and historic district make this city a treasure to discover. Choose Belle-Dame, the jewel of Symbiocité and La Prairie.

Conservation park

Adjacent to the Belle-Dame, the La Prairie Conservation Park offers a unique and attractive environment of native fauna and flora including numerous tree species such as maple, birch, oak and poplar


You will find more than 11.4 km of multi-functional trails,
with descriptive panels, connecting to the various residential areas of La Prairie. In winter, these trails turn into a network of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails.


Enjoy a green space maintained all year round and accessible to all residents. La Prairie Conservation Park is an area protected by the Government of Quebec (Wildlife Conservation and Development Act) and the government of Canada, aimed at the conservation of wildlife and its habitat with a view to sustainable development.

Cycle tracks

The City of La Prairie is nothing less than a paradise for cycling enthusiasts.

With interconnected bicycle paths that allow you to cover the entire territory, a municipal network of more than 50 km is available to you, including a path along the St. Lawrence River (La Riveraine), which extends from Sainte-Catherine to Varennes, the Seaway dike, a 14 km path unique in Quebec that allows you to ride in the centre of the river on a six-metre wide strip between Sainte-Catherine and Île Notre-Dame, as well as the new Samuel- de-Champlain Bridge path.

Shopping center

Located a 5-minute walk from Belle-Dame Symbiocité, the Destination La Prairie shopping centre includes all the major service and convenience stores, including Super C, Jean Coutu, Canac, Dollarama, Scotiabank, a Canada Post office, a gas station as well as several restaurants and other service.

La Prairie Farmers Market

Since 1968, the La Prairie Gardeners Market has allowed residents of the city to enjoy the best products of agricultural producers in the region from May 1 to October 31.


Located a few minutes from Belle Dame, the La Prairie Farmers market welcomes lovers of fresh produce.


On the menu: local fruits and vegetables, fresh meat and fish, homemade baked goods, fine Quebec cheeses and more. A nursery and several flower merchants complete the table.

South Shore REM

The brand new train of the Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM) will soon be in service for the benefit of all residents of Brossard and La Prairie. The station is located only 5 minutes from the Belle-Dame.

It will have a free 3000-space park-and-ride facility. It will also be possible to access the Panama station from the La Prairie park-and-ride lot on Taschereau Boulevard. The first phase of the REM will allow South Shore residents to reach downtown Montreal in a 10 minute train ride. Eventually, it will cover most of the Greater Montreal area and provide direct access to Pierre Trudeau Airport.

La Prairie Municipal Arena

Newly built in Symbiocité.

  • An ice rink of the same dimensions as the National Hockey League;
  • 500 individual seats on a heated slab;
  • A second rink will be built soon;
  • Space for sports organizations (offices, meeting rooms and
    equipment storage);
  • A reception hall and meeting rooms available for rent.


The Belle-Dame Symbiocité project is located only 5 minutes from Quartier DIX30, which has over 400 shops and services.

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