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Chambly Canal
National Historic Site

Lock No. 1 in winter

Located on the left bank of the Richelieu River southeast of Montréal, the Chambly Canal stretches nearly 20 kilometres between the municipalities of Chambly and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu.

Eight of its nine locks and a bridge still operate manually. A small paradise for cyclists, boaters and hikers, the Chambly Canal site offers a moment of pure relaxation in an environment carved out by more than a century of history.