High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Côte Saint-Luc is a mostly residential town in Quebec, Canada, located on the Island of Montreal. Incorporated in 1903 it grew from a town to a city in 1958, it is mainly an upper-middle class residential suburb of Montreal. The City of Côte Saint-Luc has a history of being innovative and was the first municipality in Quebec to ban smoking in public places as well as the first to require bicycle helmets. Throughout 1920s, the town grew fast and accepted many immigrant populations leaving Montreal, notably German-Jewish, Scottish, and British families and their descendants. By 1935, the population reached 5,000. Côte Saint-Luc was slowly siding railroad development and industrial activities were relocating up north. A perfect example of this is an old warehouse near the intersection of Westminster and Côte Saint-Luc which today became a strip mall.After many years of debate and disagreement, Côte Saint-Luc agreed to the extension of Cavendish Blvd. in Côte Saint-Luc, most likely through an indirect route, to Cavendish Blvd. in the borough of Saint-Laurent, over the Canadian Pacific railyards.