From the A-30 , exit 35 ( René-Lévesque Boulevard and Highway 132 ).
· Turn LEFT on boul . René-Lévesque (after Walmart ) and continue to the 132 (also called Boulevard de Lery ) and turn RIGHT.
· After 3-4 km turn LEFT on Notre Dame North and follow signs for Marguerite D’Youville Wildlife Refuge.
· After crossing the bridge , turn immediately left. At the gate , press the intercom button and the reception will open the gate.
You can also follow the brown signs with the inscription: Refuge faunique Marguerite d’Youville.
BY BIKE – MONTREAL TO ST-BERNARD ISLAND
From June 18 to September 5, enjoy a unique experience crossing the St. Lawrence River aboard a river shuttle.
The Lachine embarkation pier is located directly in the Lachine marina, at the beginning of René-Lévesque Park (near 6th Avenue).
To view the trip: www.velo.qc.ca
For more schedules and fares please visit: www.navark.ca
BY BUS- MONTRÉAL TO CHÂTEAUGUAY
Outside peak hours, bus routes 31 and 32 allow people leaving Montreal to access Châteauguay from the Angrignon metro. You will have to take a taxibus connection to reach the corner of Vinet and Edmour streets. This stop is the closest to Manoir d’Youville, it’s just the other side of the bridge to get to St Bernard Island. To do so, you must call 450-699-2250 at least one hour before your departure to report your request to the driver as soon as you enter the bus.
During peak hours, bus 25, still departing from the terminus of the Angrignon metro, will allow you to reach the corner of Vinet and Edmour streets.
Visit the Citso website at www.citso.org for the rates, departure times and operation of the taxibus.
From April 15th to October 31st, you can combine bikes and buses for your trips thanks to the Bicycle-Bus service offered by the CTI du Sud-Ouest.
Visit www.citso.org for more details on the terms and conditions.