Click on the little arrow icon in the top left of the map to view the menu and toggle between individual transit projects.
Note that all routes are approximate. Moreover, because the REM de l'Est, tram to Lachine and western extension of the orange line are either still in their early planning stages or just preliminary proposals, their courses on this map do not represent finalized concepts.
Rather, they're meant to give you a general idea of the neighbourhoods they're intended to serve.
The REM de l'Est is still undergoing consultation and there's debate about what course it should take. The route on this map is roughly based on a map that can be found online.
In January 2021, the borough of Lachine released a number of route proposals for the tram that would link it to the Sud-Ouest. This map's pink line is just one such proposal.
The City of Montreal began advocating for this two-station extension of the orange line to Bois-Franc in February 2020.
The city's Magnolia trees tend to bloom in May. However, Dr. David Wees, who teaches plant science at McGill University, told us that due to Montreal's recent streak of warm weather, he suspects "most flowers will bloom at least a week earlier than usual" this year.
Current listings are displayed in real-time and stretch across a map of the entire city. No matter where you're looking to live in Montreal, you can skip browsing hundreds of Kijiji pages and find your dream home with one convenient resource.
"About a year ago I spent months searching for the perfect apartment [...] Kijiji was my main source of listings, with over 1,000 new posts a day," Rossy told MTL Blog.
"I knew where I wanted to live but the Kijiji user experience wasn't very helpful at narrowing down the results. So I decided to build a website to solve that problem."
When you click a dot on the map, you'll find the unit's description, photos, listing link, pricing and availability date. Users can also filter the map by price range, number of bedrooms and number of bathrooms for easier viewing.
Amid an exodus from the city and soaring prices, the real estate market can feel a bit bewildering right now. Thankfully, this Montreal metro map is here to help prospective homebuyers navigate their real estate journey through the city.
Looking for a condo near Édouard-Montpetit station? The median price there was almost $870,000.
For a better deal, the maps suggest you might consider the neighbourhood around Laval's De La Concorde station, where the median price was just $247,000.
Those looking for a different kind of property, like a single-family home or plex, should keep an eye on Amoussou's socialmedia pages. The real estate agent has released other maps and hinted at more content to come.