Municipalité de Sainte-Julienne


Settled by farmers from Lachenaie and Saint-Sulpice, this municipality was known as Village Beaupré until 1870, named for its founder, Louis-Joseph Beaupré. He was the uncle of a famous giant by the name of Beaupré. Saint-Julienne was at one time a stop on the railroad connecting Joliette to Saint-Jérôme. Once dependent on agriculture and forestry, the village now focuses on vacationing and services. The present-day population includes a sizable Laotian community. Stop awhile for a picnic at the attractive picnic site. In spring, the maple trail leads to some delicious eating.

Municipalité de Sainte-Julienne
2450, rue Victoria
Sainte-Julienne, QC J0K 2T0
450 831-2688

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