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

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Units starting from $700/month

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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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15 Ways to Spend a Cold Day in Montreal

Ah, Canadian Winters. As we ring in mid-January in Montreal, it's no surprise that there's been some seriously frigid weather and large snowfalls. As we know all too well, it won't stop here - the coldest days are upon us with some that have yet to come. With such weather, signature Montreal activities often become limited. Instead, next time you're ~basically too cold to move~,  try one of these 15 fun things to do in city's cold, cold weather. Dance it off at Montreal's premier winter festival; Igloofest. igloofest   Warm your insides with a hot coffee from downtown's newest cafe, Cafe Jouney. 27eaf1df4dfc33748eb8f6817fd6215d6f7d2a3a.png_1200x630   Sweat it out at one of Montreal's premier spas ... but be sure to stay in the warm baths! spas   Go shopping for an absurdly over-sized blanket scarf, and then wear it. Mens-Blanket-Fashion-Manket-5   Stage a Staycation at a Montreal hotel or Air BnB. 257230_21af6b92a4822dd0053c074f5938944637bb232c.png_facebook   Whip out your warm socks and hot cocoa, and binge-watch your favorite Netflix show. original   Don't be constrained just because it's too cold (and snowy) to enjoy a real picnic, create yourself an indoor picnic! 2f6cfc57cd65caa0718a94d10ea790bd--indoor-picnic-party-picknick-party   Get liquid warmth at Montreal's newest mixology bistro Kemestre Gourmet Bar. Google-Review-Image-Main-page   Hangout in tropic-assimilated weather at Montreal's Biodome. biodome   Take a cute photo in your favorite winter wear. large   Grab your favorite friends/family and make a board game day/night! 0588c2_506fb7ccf0c94f009052c0c17a39df6a_mv2   Brace the cold and going skiing at Parc Mont Royale. 2014-02-04-Enjoying-a-nice-winter-day   Culture always beats cold! Spend the day at the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art. LMP003_Montreal_Museum_of_Contemporary_Art_01   Grab your bestie and try making one of these awesome (and healthy-ish) recipes. hpb   When all else fails, curl up with some tea and one of these great books. bcd9975576a075de2e3a9d555625a29d--happy-tea-happy-coffee   We're ready to brace the cold! How will you beat the cold this winter in Montreal? Share your experience and photos with us on Instagram.
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5 Things to Do This Holiday Season in Montreal

'Tis the Season The holiday spirit is officially in the air in Montreal! With the end of finals nearing, free time will soon become abundant. With that in mind, there are a few signature activities that absolutely must be packed into your time off this year, ensuring you get to experience the best of Montreal holiday affairs. Below, we recount our favorite winter-based activities that are this season's Montreal must-sees. Atwater Market f6a03ba446e22605018e309e652d7201afa35886.png_1200x630 Atwater Market, a Montreal staple, is being transformed into the official Montreal Christmas village complete with holiday goods for purchase, free activities for adults and kids alike, a fire for roasting marshmallows, and charming chalet-style kiosks. This is one market you won't want to miss! Verdun Holiday Lights 05909cdf94e7b56fbc46e03cd7dd750173d2842d.png_1200x630 Check out the way in which the town of Verdun has lit up the popular Wellington Street for on any gorgeous winter evening outing. This site is truly magical, but remember to dress warmly as this is an outdoor Skating in Old Port 281249_32153a5fe3bc8d38c62a4631586d47efae282862.jpg_facebook Old Montreal is just as charming in the winter as it is in the summer! Embody your winter holiday spirit by skating with your bestie and/or loved ones of any ages on the beautiful Old Port skating rink. Once again, be sure to bundle up for warmth throughout this activity (and take a #instapic of the gorgeous ferris wheel). Montreal's Christmas Tree download Check out the city's official Christmas tree to get yourself and friends in the holiday spirit. This tree, although on the tall and skinny side of things, is a balsam fir - a tree that originated in Quebec. How special! See the Nutcracker festivalballettheatre_Nutcracker-02 Feeling like something more original? Check out the Nutcracker at Place des Arts. This is sure to be an enjoyable evening full of culture and class! What are you waiting for! Finals are over and it's time to get into the holiday spirit! Share your experience with us via Instagram.  
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5 Ways to get A's this Semester

Back to the grind... Guys, we have some bad news ... as you've probably noticed, school is about to start back up once again. Instead of crying over the end of everyone's favorite season and the omnipresent workload, we've decided to go into it with a positive frame of mind this year. With that in mind, we've come up with a list of 5 tactics to ensure you get the best grades yet in all of your classes this semester.   Stay Organized Whether your organizational weapon of choice is a giant calendar, iPhone, or agenda, staying organized is crucial for a successful semester. Not only will you be able to track important dates and schedule studying time, but with a standardized scheduling system, you will have peace of mind due to a direct overview of all of your tasks, commitments, and due dates.   Find your Workflow One of the hardest parts of getting your semester in order is finding your workflow. From in-lecture reviews, reading, writing assignments, and studying for tests/quizzes/exams, it's no secret that students are bombarded with work. However, figuring out which ways you work best make tackling this workload a breeze. Map out your workflow, and stick with it! Need some extra guidance? Try using Trello.   Schedule Studying Time This goes without saying, the more you study, the better you will do on exams and tests. Even if it's once a week to review the notes you've taken and concepts you've covered in your lecture, scheduling study time is an inherently critical activity when aiming for high grades. You'll be thanking yourself when you no longer feel the need to stay up all night, cramming for the next morning's midterm. No matter how many classes you're taking on this semester, scheduling study time will help you get that A! Do you prefer studying on-the-go? Check out Cram (thank us later).   Live Healthily This probably isn't the first you're hearing of a healthy lifestyle being relative to good grades. This is because proper sleep and healthy food ensure your brain is in an optimal state to learn and retain information, and your energy levels are where they should be. Nothing's worse than feeling drained and still having a 3-hour lecture to attend before going home...   Attend your Classes Ok, this one goes without saying, yet may be the hardest of them all. Attendance and good grades are inextricable from one another. Despite cold wintery mornings, getting out of bed and to class is guaranteed to improve your grades. Feeling like skipping out on some readings? All the more reasons to get your butt to classes! You won't regret it.   What are your favorite tricks to ensure good grades in your classes? Let us know in the comment section below or by tagging @stcathys on social media.  
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Location Details

1492 Sainte-Catherine St. West

Montreal, QC - H3G 1S8

Canada

Phone : 514-296-1312

Email : admin@stcathys.com

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday : 9 am to 6 pm

Saturday - Sunday : 9 am to 2 pm

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514-296-1312

admin@stcathys.com

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