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10-29-2006, 10:06 PM
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OT: Anyone else live in Place St-Henri?

Just moved here a few months ago, and no sight of a rink yet, is there any made for the winter or do we have to go somewhere else? I am dreading a no-rink winter.

I live next to Notre-Dame O.

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Ypu may either have to drive all the way to Gadbois or go to the rink in Pt. St Charles.

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verdun ?

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I lived there pretty much all my life, I work there 5 days a week.

Gadbois is the only inside rink in st-Henri, as for the outside rinks, it usually is in the St-Ferdinand park(in between ST-Ambroise and Notre-Dame near the train track,5 min walk from the metro) or in the St-Henri Park(behind the Polyvalente St-Henri which is right next to the metro also).

If you live near Lionel-Groulx, the place to be is the Vinet park rink, one block east of Atwater. This is the best spot in the area. They have a nice stonebuilt cabin to lace up your skates.


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Nice, thanks dude.

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