Lorraine is more than just a town; it’s a prestigious community nestled amidst lush greenery. Founded in 1960, the town embodies a distinctly forward-thinking vision of high-quality residential living, far removed from the hustle and bustle. Awarded by the Foundation for the Defense and Illustration of the Art of Living in 1988, it continues to honor this legacy.
Its location, overlooking the Mille Îles River and crossed by the serene Rivière aux Chiens, offers its residents a living environment where nature takes center stage. Imagine: 28 parks, thousands of trees, and nearly 14 km of cycling paths and walking trails—all in an environment that exudes tranquility and elegance.
Culture is also a cornerstone, with gems like the Garth Estate and the Laurent G. Belley Cultural Center enriching the community through a variety of cultural and social events.
Lorraine stands out not only for its peaceful character and rigorous urban planning principles but above all for its commitment to offering a secure, prestigious, and environmentally responsible living environment. It’s the pinnacle of quality of life, in a town that masterfully balances prestige with nature.