Loisirs Sportifs Côte-des-Neiges – Notre-Dame-de-Grâce History

Loisirs Sportifs Côte-des-Neiges – Notre-Dame-de-Grâce is a non-profit organization active in the field of sports and recreational activities since 1997. Our organization, bound by the city of Montreal through various partnership agreements, manages aquatic and sports facilities in the Côte-des-Neiges -Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough, our proud partner. In short, Loisirs Côte-des-Neiges – Notre-Dame-de-Grace is: 6 sports centers – 5 gyms – 3 pools – 3 aquatic clubs – 3 day camps – 2 weight room – 2 sports leagues – 1 bistro – 1 boutique – 25 000 clients more than 500 000 annual attendances. The Côte-des-Neiges Sports Center (4880, Van Horne avenue), the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Sports Center (6445, Monkland avenue) and the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Pool (3760,  Decarie avenue) are our top three main centers whose citizens identify most, with a strong sense of belonging.

Loisirs Sportifs CDN–NDG Mission – vision – values – commitments

Our mission is to contribute in a sustainable way to the development of an active and healthy community. Our vision: to encourage the community to adopt and maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. Our values: passion – collaboration – commitment – diversity and inclusion – pleasure and well-being. Our commitments: Our organisation revolves around people. – A competent, dedicated and passionate team. – A wide variety of sport and physical activities and quality services. – Accessible, clean and safe facilities.

Loisirs Sportifs CDN–NDG Board of members

Our Board of Members consists of seven volunteers from community, sports, educational, social and health organizations. Many of our members have served on the Board of Members for a number of years and have gained experience in coaching, facility management and community sport programming.

  • Louis-Philippe Caron – President
  • Louise Forget – Vice-President
  • Dickens St-VilTreasurer
  • Francesco SantangeloAdministrator
  • Joël PoirierAdministrator
  • Patrick BéchardAdministrator