June 13, 2019

2019 Canada Day – Come Celebrate in Deux-Montagnes

Deux-Montagnes, June 13, 2019– The schedule for the 48th edition of Canada Day celebrated in Deux-Montagnes, was announced at a press conference held yesterday at City Hall.  The Mayor of Deux-Montagnes, Mr. Denis Martin, and the President of the Canada Day Committee for MRC Deux-Montagnes, Mr. Tom Whitton have invited the entire MRC population to gather in large numbers on Monday, July 1st at Central Park in Deux-Montagnes.









“It is an honour for the City of Deux-Montagnes to be a partner for Canada Day, an event which always brings together citizens of the region.  For all who accept the invitation, it is the ideal moment to celebrate our pride in being Canadian though a variety of activities in our image,” declared Mr. Denis Martin, Mayor of Deux-Montagnes.

For his part, Mr. Tom Whitton mentioned, “Deux-Montagnes is, by far, the best place to celebrate Canada Day on the North Shore or in the Greater Montreal Region.  I must thank our partners, the City of Deux-Montagnes, the Government of Canada, Desjardins – Caisse de Saint-Eustache/Deux-Montagnes, Selection Deux-Montagnes and Groupe JCL (L’Éveil/Nord-Info) for their substantial contribution to our memorable cultural event.”

As in years past, a parade will kick off the celebrations.  The parade will start at the Royal Canadian Legion at 11 h 45, leading to City Hall, where our national anthem, “O Canada” will be sung.  The parade will then continue on to Central Park.  In naming a Parade Marshall for 2019, the Committee is honoured to recognize not a single person, but all of the employees of the three front-line departments which protected Deux-Montagnes from the flood water all through this past spring:

  • Public Works and Technical Services Department
  • Deux-Montagnes/Sainte-Marthe-Sur-Le-Lac Intermunicipal Fire Department
  • Lac-des-Deux-Montagnes Police Force


Starting at 12:30pm, many family activities will be offered: face-painting, train rides, horseshoes tournament, etc.  New for 2019 – pony rides and a giant bubble workshop.

Live music featuring artists from the region will be presented from 3pm right up to midnight.  The headlining band is Persuasion, a tribute to Santana, not forgetting, of course, the spectacular fireworks display, presented by the City of Deux-Montagnes, which will fill the sky at 10:15pm.


Thanks to support from Canadian Heritage, a new sub-committee of teens and young adults was form to organize different activities targeting their age group : Virtual Reality Gaming Station, an Escape game, a « Chill Zone », as well as giant games, including Jenga, Foosball and Hungry Hippos.

The complete schedule is attached to this press release and can also be consulted on the Committee’s web site


“Again this year, the Caisse Desjardins of Saint-Eustache/Deux-Montagnes is happy to be a partner in Canada Day.  As a cooperative, the Caisse has as its mission to contribute to the social and economic well-being of our society, and being a part of festivities in our community is another concrete example of our contribution,” underlined Mr. Neil Hawthorn, Director General of Caisse Desjardins.

Ms. Ginette Collin, Director General of Selection Deux-Montagnes, also expressed her pleasure to contribute to Canada Day,“At Selection Deux-Montagnes, all is in place to offer a stimulating retirement in a life framework well anchored in the local community.  Let us share special moments during this day.  Happy Canada Day to all! »

Finally, we must also highlight the support from our major sponsors for the event: Benoit Charette, Provincial MNA for Deux-Montagnes, Lanthier & Beatty Construction and RTS Installations.

For more information, please, as well as the committee’s Facebook (@CanadaMRCDM), Instagram (canada_day_mrc_deuxmontagnes) and Twitter (@Canada_MRCDM) accounts.  If you would like to volunteer for the day, please contact Christine Neumayer at 514 827-1361.



(Schedule subject to change without notice)

Monday, July 1st, 2019

City Hall, Deux-Montagnes – 803 Oka Road

11:45 am        Parade along Oka Road- Starting from the Legion to City Hall.

12:00 pm        Parade – First stop in front of City Hall to sing the National Anthem, ‘’O Canada’’


Central Park, 13th Avenue, south of Oka Road

 Starting at 12:30 pm   Inflatables, Kids Games, Train Rides, Face-painting, Balloon Animals,

                                      Bingo, Horseshoes Tournament.

 NEW:   Pony Rides, Giant Bubble Workshop 

12:45 pm                      Opening Ceremony (speeches)

1:45 pm                        Kids Races

2:30 pm                        Egg Toss (16 years and older)


ALSO NEW for 2019

CHILL ZONE –  A lounge area for teens and young adults

GIANT GAMES   Jenga, Foosball and Hungry Hippos


1:00 pm – 8:00 pm     Two (2) Virtual Reality Booths up to 25 games available

1:00 pm – 8:00 pm     “Steal the Car” Escape Game (Teams of 5)



1:00 pm-7:50 pm   Free access to the municipal pool all day

Adults only 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm



3:00 pm                Frankie Raffa & Andrew Nye

3:30 pm                Courage, A Tragically Hip Tribute

4:55 pm                Relik

6:15 pm                Dan Livingstone & the Griffintown Jug Addicts

7:15 pm                Carly LeBlanc

7:40 pm                Skyline Drive

8:45 pm                VAN (St. Eustache’s own Vanessa Piunno)

9:45 pm                Headliner: Persuasion – the Santana Experience

10:15 pm              Fireworks, presented by the City of Deux-Montagnes


Please note: 

For everyone’s safety, animals are not allowed on site.

All food & beverages other than those sold on site are not permitted.

Please encourage the event by purchasing your food and drink on site.

These sales go directly towards offsetting the costs for the festivities,

including the fireworks display.

Please note that the streets which border Central Park will be closed as of 7:00 PM.



Photo copyright Journal L’Éveil – Benoit Bilodeau

Shown below2019 Canada Day group picture : From left to right


First row 

Cheryl Dore, Representative financial partner Sélection Deux-Montagnes

Patrick Denis, Director of  Régie de Police du Lac des Deux-Montagnes

Jean B. Fayomi, Director of Publics Works Department

Norbert Vendette, Director of the Deux-Montagnes/Sainte-Marthe-Sur-Le-Lac Intermunicipal Fire Department

Roland Tourangeau, Chairman of Caisse Desjardins Saint-Eustache /Deux-Montagnes


Second row

Danielle Hamelin, Representative financial partner Sélection Deux-Montagnes

Christine Neumayer, Member of the Canada Day Committee

Benoit Ferland, Management Director of City of Deux-Montagnes

Tom Whitton, President Canada Day Commitee

Denis Martin, Mayor of City of Deux-Montagnes and Prefect of the MRC Deux-Montagnes


Third row

Melanie Smith, Member of the Canada Day Committee

Michel Mendes, Deux-Montagnes City Councillor, district Du Coteau

Micheline Groulx Stabile, Deux-Montagnes City Councillor, district Olympia

Laurie King, Member of the Canada Day Committee

Margaret Lavallee, Deux-Montagnes City Councillor, district Du Golf

Yannick Desrochers, Representative of Benoit Charette, Minister and MP elected in Deux-Montagnes

Dave Byers, Member of the Canada Day Committee


Photo copyright Journal L’Éveil – Benoit Bilodeau

Shown below2019 Canada Day – Parade Marshalls : From left to right


Denis Martin, Mayor of City of Deux-Montagnes and Prefect of MRC Deux-Montagnes

Patrick Denis, Director of  Régie de Police du Lac des Deux-Montagnes

Norbert Vendette, Director of Deux-Montagnes/Sainte-Marthe-Sur-Le-Lac Intermunicipal Fire Department

Jean B. Fayomi, Director of Public Works Department

Tom Whitton, President  Canada Day Committee