When we reflect on the notion of home, the interiors of our dwellings often come to mind. However, in Bois-des-Filion, this notion extends far beyond the walls of our homes. It manifests in the air we breathe, in the peaceful ambiance that envelops our neighborhoods at the first light of dawn.
In Bois-des-Filion, home is found in the simplicity of a morning walk, where each step unveils a bit more of our exceptional environment. It’s in the whisper of trees lining our streets, creating a cocoon of serenity away from the hustle of large cities. It’s also in the gentle melody of birds celebrating the sunrise, a daily spectacle that never ceases to amaze.
Home is that sense of community woven through encounters during the various activities offered by the city. From creative workshops to well-being classes, each interaction strengthens the sense of belonging that makes life here so special.
In Bois-des-Filion, the cultural and architectural heritage is a pride, an invitation to dive into the pages of a rich and captivating history. Each building, each monument tells a fragment of our past, establishing an indestructible link between yesterday and today.
The proximity to Montreal, just twenty kilometers away, offers an escape to urban effervescence while preserving the tranquility of our haven. It’s the opportunity to explore the metropolis, then return to the calm of our town, where every street, every trail invites discovery and appreciation of life.
Living in Bois-des-Filion is choosing a harmony between cultural effervescence and serenity, between history and modernity. It’s embracing a lifestyle where community, nature, and culture form an essential triptych to our well-being.
If Bois-des-Filion is still unknown to you, I warmly invite you to come and discover this gem. And if you are already among us, you will undoubtedly understand this pride and sense of belonging that make our town unique.
|Population (2016)||8,894||Population density||2,108 hab/km2|
|Change in population between 2011 and 2016||-6%||Unemployment rate (2016)||6%|