St-Cathy's Residence - Montreal's Best Student Destination

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Units starting from $750/month

2 minutes From Concordia University

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about St-Cathy's Residence

Located in the heart of Downtown Montreal, St-Cathy's is the premier destination for student living in the city. Just across the street from Concordia University and a few minutes walk to McGill University, you will not find a better location to live while studying in Montreal. Best of all, St-Cathy's is a vibrant community with friendly staff and students from all over the globe.

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    Central location

    St. Cathy’s is located in close proximity to all major universities, and right across the street from Concordia University.

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    First class security

    Security cameras are installed throughout the building to ensure the security of our tenants.

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    Flexible rental terms

    Some of our rooms are available for 4 or 8 months at a time for the early subscribers.

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    Walk in with a suitcase

    Everything is provided for you at St. Cathy's: furniture, internet, heating, etc. We make sure you have everything you need!

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    Active student community

    Meet people with the same interests, lifestyles and personal challenges as yourself, as well as participate in our numerous scheduled group activities!

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    Simple billing

    Everything is included on a single monthly bill, with no hidden fees. And you can pay your rent online using a credit card or Paypal!



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St-Cathy's provides you with everything you need to feel comfortable, at home, and make your university experience memorable!

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St-Cathy's has breathtaking views of Downtown Montreal, with a modern & unique charm that is ideal for urban living.

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12 Practical Tips for Creating Better Habits

  We all talk about ‘de cluttering’ our life. De cluttering doesn’t really refer to the physical things, rather try de clutter toxins by eating healthy, de clutter your life by being organized, de clutter your mind by staying positive and reading, start exercising to de clutter your body. Many of us start these all things and even succeed in sticking to them for few days. But then we tend to get lazy and we start to sway back to normal routines. Have you ever wished that there was software that you could download into your system and your system would automatically follow the instructions blindly?  Well, here is a software for you to stick to create habits and then stick to them for long!   Start Small Most of us want to start from four gym sessions, and getting from size 12 to 8 overnight. It is practically impossible to manage 5 extra minute of exercise the next day. Keep small achievable targets to keep motivation alive!     Make it Daily Whatever your goal is make sure that you do it everyday. Make it a part of your routine. Exercise, eating healthy can be done daily. Organizing on the other hand, can go tricky. Divide seven days of the week to organize seven nooks of your house. So that each place gets a time once a week!   Self – Reminder Initial two weeks into the routine and then you may forget about the new regime. To keep yourself reminding, set reminders on your phone and check mark the everyday list to feel accomplished!   Get a Partner This will help greatly. Having a buddy on the same regime can help you check each other’s targets. You may also find a person to talk about the same stuff to and share relevant experiences.    Replace Needs Do something positive in the empty time. For example if you are giving up on watching a series, utilize that time in book reading or go on a walk. Don’t allow yourself empty time slots. It will make you long the old habit back.    Write it Down Writing down the goals will help you clear your intentions. It will also help you to refer back and see where the problem lied and how far you have come to overcome it.   Know the Benefits Know the benefits of making the respective change. Research on internet or read a book regarding it. This could also motivate you further.   Know the Harm Know the downsides of the habit that you are giving up. While doing so, remember its never too late to revert.   Do it for Yourself Be firm on doing it for you solely. Weak guilt and empty resolutions don’t work.   Stay Consistent If you are trying to take up on a habit it is advisable to do it at the same time every day. Doing this for continuous 30 days will make you miss it on the 31st day.   Celebrate Celebrate your small wins. Treat yourself on achieving little milestones. It will be greatly helpful.   Befriend Supporters Surround yourself with supporters who will talk positive to boost your motivation. Negative people and negative remarks will bring your morale down!    So if you are on the brink to start some positive habits, give this a read to get amazing tips before you begin. If you have something more to add, leave it in the comments box or follow us at insta @stcathys to add to our follower community!
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A Few Hacks to Make the #StudentLife a Little Cheaper

Being a student and with income like next to nothing its pretty hard to afford lavish quite just a lifestyle. The general income of a student is barely enough for meals and daily basics; and it tends to be when the realization of how expensive life can be, truly hits you. It is true that monthly expenses go quickly and little savings can go a long way. Here are few hacks for you to make your life a little cheaper!   Cook Your Own Meals Try buying grocery and cooking your own meal rather than eating out every day! For worst days locate cheapest eat outs around the vicinity. You may be able to find places which provide meal as low as $5.    Get Student Discounts: Student discounts are available almost everywhere. You just have to ask for them. For few, it could be a little shy some to ask for – but, what could be better than saving a few bucks?   Thrift Shopping: Find a nearest thrift store and try to find commodities from there. Trust me there is no happiness greater than saving a dime with a little hassle.   Online Shopping: Online shopping can get you great discounts. You get to escape the commute expenses. There are quite a few online websites that offer almost everything at great prices and that too with free shipping option! You just have to search for it.    Make Use of Coupons: Get and USE any discount coupons that you find around. There is no utter shame in redeeming even if it saves you a cent. Install apps that notify about the discounts and coupons for all types of shopping.   BIY - Brew It Yourself!  One can simply not operate without coffee. Rather than buying every morning from a store if you brew it yourself, it will save you almost $1100 per anum. You don’t believe it? Do the Math and thank us later!   Try Fixing Stuff Yourself: Burnt wire or laptop messing? Try www.fixit.com and save all those bucks by fixing almost everything yourself.   Décor Your Montreal Student Residence Room in a Budget Find sales before going back to school. Pick up sheets and pillows from clearance. You may get individual pack of cutlery rather than buying a whole set of it. Check out our article on how to spice up your Montreal student residence room on a budget.    Vouch for Hand-Me-Downs You may find second hand mini fridges and microwaves at great prices online. Try getting hold of garage or yard sales and collect a rug, cushions or an accent chair. You may also find few senior students getting rid of their old stuff. Take that opportunity.   Hopefully all these tips and tricks if followed, might help you save some, if not a lot of bucks. Have something of greater good to add? Write to us and follow us @stcathys. Or leave your precious comment in the box. 
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We found the 10 Coolest University Campuses in the World (and we’re seriously considering transferring)

  We all must admit that we have this love-hate relationship with our college life.  Surely, going to a cool university might make it a little more love, than hate. With that in mind, check out these ten coolest university campuses of the world. And yes, next time you're in a hate low you with your school, you can seriously consider transferring your credits to one of these awesome places!      Flagler College, Florida flagler_college_building_5x3 This coastal campus is located in St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest city in the United States. Here you can study and vacation literally at the same time!   Trinity College, Dublin 700 Modelled after the grand collegiate universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Trinity College was founded in 1592 and is one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland. The college features 25 different schools. The Library of Trinity College has more than 6.2 million printed volumes of manuscripts, maps and music.   The University of the South Tennessee,Tennessee chapel-at-the-university This private, residential liberal arts college is owned by 28 southern dioceses of the Episcopal Church, hence the grandiose All Saints' Chapel. The university sweeps 13,000 acres on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau.   Queen's University, Ireland Media,730141,en The Lanyon Building is noted as one of the most recognizable landmarks at Queen's University; however, the campus houses more than 250 buildings that resemble this gorgeous Gothic and Medieval style.   Singapore University of Technology & Design, Singapore Singapore_University_of_Technology_and_Design_-_20150602-06 Study at one of the world's leading technology schools while soaking up the lifestyle in the lively (and green) city-state of Singapore. With a fusion of cultures from Eastern and Western traditions, you will surely have an unforgettable, enriching experience. Princeton University, New Jersey princeton_university_main_building_at_front_gate_geraldine_scull_209cbd93-c4fc-4485-a274-66b4076c71e0 The prestigious Ivy League university was founded in 1746 and is the fourth oldest higher-education institution in the U.S. The main campus sits on approximately 500 acres and incorporates a variety of architectural styles, ranging from High Victorian Gothic to Romanesque Revival.   University of Salamanca, Spain download Founded in 1134, the school is the oldest university in Spain and the third oldest university in the world. The historic town is located west of Spain, between Castilla and León. Although modern renovations have occurred since, the majority of structures still mirror the 2,000-year-old style of Salmantica.   Cornell University, New York 4210 The main campus covers 745 acres overlooking the town of Itaca and Cayuga Lake. If city life is more your style, don't fret — they have a campus in NYC and even a medical campus in Education City, Qatar.   University of Colorado at Boulder cu_boulder The building has a very distinct architectural style known as Tuscan Vernacular Revival. Take a hike up the Flatiron mountains and, from above, the school resembles a small Italian town with red-tiled roofs and Indiana limestone trim.   Royal Roads University, British Columbia Royal-Roads-01 Royal Roads University is more than just a pretty castle, but the Hatley Park National Historic Site is pretty incredible with 642 acres of vibrant greenery and spectacular views of the exotic Japanese Garden.   Did we miss your favourite campus? Let us know in the comment section below or by tagging @stcathys.
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Location Details

1492 Sainte-Catherine St. West

Montreal, QC - H3G 1S8

Canada

Phone : 514-296-1312

Email : holly@stcathys.com

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday : 9 am to 6 pm

Saturday - Sunday : 9 am to 2 pm

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Holly

Building Administrator

514-296-1312

holly@stcathys.com

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