Parks Canada invests more than $50 million over five years in the Chambly Canal National Historic Site. This major investment will make it possible to upgrade numerous structural elements of the waterway, improve the user experience for the 200,000-plus people who visit the site each year, and protect this exceptional heritage site for current and future generations to enjoy.
In addition to this major work, other external site projects will affect the infrastructure of the Lachine Canal as well as its users. On this page, you will find information related to the work that has an impact on users of the path and the banks
Chambly - Canal's path
Occasional and temporary disruption of the path and/or Migneault Street and/or Chemin du Canal around locks number 6 and 7.
Period: From time to time, between November 2017 and February 2018.
Work: Rehabilitation of locks number 6 and 7.
Prime Contractor: Government of Canada.
Notice to users :Occasional disruption of the path and/or Chemin Migneault. Please comply with onsite signage and use caution while adapting your trips.
Closure of the path between Lock number 9 and Gouin Bridge.
Period: Fall 2017 to Fall 2020.
Work: Replacement of the Gouin Bridge.
Prime Contractor: MTMDET (Ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de l’Électrification des transports).
Notice to users: Section and path closed between Lock number 9 and Gouin Bridge. Detour via city road network. Please comply with onsite signage and be cautious while adapting travels. For more information, visit MTMDET website (in French only) or ville St-Jean-sur-Richelieu website (in French only).
Partially closed section
Surroundings of Lock No 9 partially not accessible.
Period: Fall 2017 to Spring 2018.
Work: Construction of Parc des Éclusiers.
Prime Contractor: City of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Government of Canada.
Notice to users: Section partly closed. Please comply with onsite signage. For more information, visit ville St-Jean-sur-Richelieu website (in French only).