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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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10 Things to Do in Montreal This June

Get out there! Montreal is always busy. From recurring weekend events like Picnik Electronique and Tamtams, to the abundance of terraces calling your name in Old Port, the city has something to offer every weekend. If you find yourself wondering what to do in Montreal this June, check out one (or all) of these exciting festivals and events occurring this month:   Check off a few items from the ultimate MTL Bucket List. Hilton Mtl Pool   See gorgeous art at Montreal's Mural Festival. mural   Enjoy Montreal's premier event - the Montreal Grand Prix! 1486485136734   Check out fashion from the 60's at this month's Fashioning Expo 67. travel_log_fashion_67_20170313_55320231   Try one of these awesome 15 places to spend a night on the town. tokyoo   See the amazing digital creations at MUTEK. mutek   Eat some delicious food truck food at Montreal First Fridays. first fridays   Beer enthusiast? Good thing Montreal's Festival Mondial de la Biere is coming up! mondial-de-la-biere-degustation-de-bieres   Wish a happy birthday and celebrate Quebec with the rest of the city during la Fete Nationale June 23rd-24th. les francofolies catherine major Chase the thrills for a day at La Ronde - Montreal's top amusement park. la ronde     From partying to food celebrations, now that you know the best events around the city this June, which ones will you go to? Let us know in the comment section below!  
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20 Little-Known Facts about Canada

O Canada. As many of you know, this year marks the 150th year of Canadian sovereignty since the country's independence from the British Empire. In honour of Canada's 150th anniversary coming up this July, we've compiled a list of our favorite fun facts pertaining to the Great White North. From geographic to historical, below are Canada's top interesting facts:   1. The world's first UFO landing pad was built in 1967 in Alberta. mundare-17-05-05-in-st-paul-canadas-ufo-capital-is-home Yes, we believe in aliens.   2. Canada is the exclusive home to reindeer (a.k.a caribou). caribou   3. The Canadian Mint has a 1 million dollar coin that is USEABLE. header-bg   4. The first known use of the word "Canuck" was referring to a Canadian Brian Burns adjusts his Canadian flags on the beach, during a Pub Crawl event for the Canadian Legion, Saturday, May 18 2013 in Port Dover, Ontario. THE CANADIAN PRESS//Dave Chidley   5. Only 8 countries in the world are deemed less corrupt than Canada tru   6. Canada has more lakes than all other countries combined.lakes   7. Over 75% percent of the world's maple syrup comes from Quebec. o-QUEBEC-MAPLE-SYRUP-facebook  Quebec is even home to a maple syrup reserve. 8. 42% of the Candian population has higher education qualifications. IMG_02091   9. Basketball was invented in Canada. 620-wiggins-120408-thumb-620xauto-275680   10. Although denied by the Bank of Canada, it is rumored that $100 bills smell like maple syrup. 16 Just sniff one and you'll see.   11. Nanaimo bars come from Nanaimo, BC. nanaimobars   12. License plates in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut are shaped like polar bears. Nunavut_plate   13. One in five Canadians were born outside of Canada. Flags   14. Hawaiin pizza was invented in Ontario, Canada. 1374-3-large   15. 80% of all alcohol consumed in Canada is beer. shutterstock_158113784-1-620x390   16. Canada is home to the deepest underground lab in the world - Snolab in Sudbury, Ontario is more than a mile (1.6 km) underground. sno   17. Canadas is home to cities that are the garter snake, nickel, and maple syrup capitals of the world. BigNickel     18. Canada is home to three of the world's top universities - University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, and Mcgill University. u-of-T-top-post   19. Ottawa holds an annual Tulip festival, filled with thousands of Tulips sent from the Netherlands. tulip For one day in 1943, Ottawa designated a hospital room to be international ground so that a Dutch princess could be born a full Dutch citizen, so she could keep her princess title. The annual tulips are a sign of gratitude from the Netherlands.   20. Hate speech is a penalized offense by the federal and provincial government. 6843840-3x2-940x627   21. Canada has a special quarter with a glow-in-the-dark dinosaur on it. dinocoincompare   22. Santa Claus lives in Canada - his address is Santa Claus, North Pole H0H 0H0. Better yet, if you write him a letter from anywhere in the country, he will respond. cpc_xmas_letter_large_en   23. Canada's official phone number is literally 1-800-0-Canada. phpPTL1xp   24. 35%-50% of all music broadcast on Canadian radio must be Canadian. pm2   25. Canada is the exclusive home to ketchup and all dressed chips. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vARrao4HH8[/embed]       Now that you've been through the list of our favorite facts, how many of these little-known Canadian facts did you know? Did we miss any? Let us know in the comment section.  
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8 Reasons to Take Summer Courses

You’ve gotta do what you’ve gotta do.     Although the thought of summer school was dreadful in high school, as we grow up and move through post-secondary, the stigma starts to shift. Whether it be to ameliorate your GPA or avoid repeating a course during the normal academic year, summer classes have been growing in popularity. As some of you might already know, there are some serious advantages to adding a course or two to your summer plans. We have come up with a list of the top 7 reasons to enroll in a summer course:   Graduate Quicker graduate I may be stating the obvious with this one, but arguably the number one reason for taking summer courses is to graduate quicker. One course per summer and you’re 3 courses down! Two courses per summer and you cut an entire semester off your academic career. There is no question, earlier graduation is a great reason to take summer courses.   Get Better Marks grades As students who take 4-6 courses a semester, taking only 1 or 2 courses allows you to centralize your attention on a smaller amount of content. With a stronger focus and less to learn, you will inevitably get better marks. You might not want to sit through summer lectures, but you GPA will be thanking you.   Smaller Classes small classes Without all enrolled students running through campus, summer courses allow for smaller classes and a much less busy campus. No more filing through giant groups of people in narrow hallways or waiting in a 20-minute line to talk to your prof. after lectures.      Decreases Normal Workload workload Another great reason to take summer courses is to decrease your workload during the scheduled school year. Fewer courses = higher grades (and fewer finals!).   Stay Sharp sharp Taking a summer course undoubtedly helps you get over that September slump. You know the one - when you’re not quite ready to be back in school so you ~slack off~ a little too hard during the first two three weeks. Taking a summer course allows you to do the bare minimum to stay in a routine and avoid that dreaded slump come the start of the new academic year.   Take a Cool Elective happy-student-showing-the-index-finger_1149-178 Whether you’re taking summer courses to get ahead in your studies or decrease your workload throughout the academic year, taking a summer course can offer the opportunity to enroll in a cool elective you may not have had the chance to take otherwise. The Art of Listening, Sociology of Deviance, Horror & Fantasy Films? Count. Me. In.   Try Another School header_10 Another great reason to take summer courses is that you can sign up to take a class at another institution. With a simple "Letter of Permission"  or "Visting Student" application, you gain your ticket to ~summering~ in another city. Toronto, Vancouver, California, New York City - where will you vacation next summer?   Stay on schedule homeworkFOCUS Avoid repeating a failed course in the normal academic year by taking it over the summer. This way, you won’t be stuck with a semester with the dreaded course overloading, nor will you be a course behind. Staying on schedule after a failed course is a great reason to taking summer courses.     What are you waiting for? Plan to sign up for a fun summer course!  
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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

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