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Chambly Canal
National Historic Site

A bird's eye view of Chambly Canal and the Old Chambly

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.