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Ahuntsic-Cartierville is a borough in the City of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is comprised of two main neighbourhoods; Ahuntsic, a former village annexed to Montreal in 1910, and Cartierville, a town annexed to Montre- al in 1916.
The borough is located in the northern part of Montreal along the banks of the Rivière des Prairies and includes some islands in the river such as Île aux Chats, Île Perry, and Île de la Visitation. It is bounded to the east by Montréal-Nord, to the southeast by the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel– Parc-Extension, to the southwest by the borough of Saint-Laurent, and to the west by the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro.
Ahuntsic-Cartierville is served by three stations on the north-eastern part of the Montreal Metro’s Orange line which runs underneath Berri Street. Henri-Bourassa station located on Henri Bourassa Boulevard, Sauvé station located on Sauvé Street, and Crémazie station located on Crémazie Boulevard. The borough is also served by five commuter rail stations of the Agence métropolitaine de transport; Sauvé, Chabanel, Ahuntsic, Bois-de-Boulogne, and Du Ruisseau.
• As of 2016, the borough has a population of 134,245 over an area of 23 square kilometers.
• The borough has three libraries of the Montreal Public Libraries Network
• The property is in the Cité de la Mode’s Zone 5 sector.
• Located within a short walking distance to the Chabanel train station and Marché Central. • Third largest employment center in the greater Montreal area
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