Your inner epicurean will be seduced by the quantity of gourmet products to discover!

On one side, an urban landscape. On the other, the Ottawa River, the longest river in Quebec at 1,271 km. Between the two, fertile farmland and an abundance of nature. Attracted by history and heritage? You’ll be delighted to visit the hamlets of Chatham, Cushing, Greece’s Point, Dalesville, Pine Hill and Saint-Philippe d’Argenteuil!

Here, we enjoy the small and large pleasures that life has to offer!


Did you know?

The development of a significant urban area in Brownsburg was spurred by the arrival of the Orica company, now Orica Canada Inc., in the late 1800s.

Brownsburg is the hometown of late Montreal Canadiens defenceman Gilles Lupien.

It’s one of the largest municipalities in Quebec, covering an area of almost 250 square kilometres.

The name Brownsburg comes from its first inhabitant, George Brown, who built the first sawmill there.

Brownsburg quarries supplied thousands of blocks of granite to the City of Montreal to build the Bordeaux prison and pave the streets of Old Montreal.

Local highlights

  • Several organic vegetable farms offer baskets of fresh produce every week!

  • The Ottawa River and its many activities: watersports, fishing, outdoor activities, camping.

  • The La Randonnée cross-country ski centre, where you can practice your favourite snow sliding sport or do some snowshoeing!

  • Passionate about culture? Join the La Branche Culturelle film club, and reserve your tickets for a concert at Espace culturel Saint-Gilles!

  • Agritourism in the spotlight! A visit to the Monastery of the Virgin Mary the Consolatory is a must to discover their site and their cheeses. And to satisfy your sweet tooth, we recommend the L’Éveil du Printemps chocolate factory!

Inspirer, Respirer - Argenteuil

Looking forward to meeting you!

Naomie Goller

450 562-8829, poste 2203

540, rue Berry