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Maps and Geospatial Data

Cadastral data

A cadastre refers to a set of records showing the real estate or real property's extent, value and ownership of land. A modern cadastre typically consists of a series of large-scale maps or plans, and corresponding registers.

Cadastral data sets are available for the City of Montreal for 2015 and 1999. 

McGill users may download files directly using an index map for each series, available from the following pages:

Cartographic plans

The Montreal Cartographic Plans are detailed large scale mapping (1:1 000) of the City of Montreal. Each file covers 0.7 square kilometers. Layers include: building outlines, spot heights, street names, roads, railways, and administrative boundaries.

Census boundaries


Land Use

Historical maps and atlases

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