Loisirs en ligne
This service, made available by the Ville de Montréal, allows users to search
for sports and recreational activities offered by Saint-Laurent as well as by
the entire City of Montréal.
- search for activities (by borough, by type of activity or by age group)
- online registration
Before your register
1) Make sure you have a valid carte-loisirs that starts with the number
2) Make sure that your children, no matter their age, have their own
valid carte-loisirs that starts with the number 12777... From now on, children
under the age of six will no longer be able to use their parents’
3) Make sure that your user profile is up to date, especially
your telephone contact information. Your carte-loisirs number as well as your
phone number are used to identify you.
4) Make sure you have a valid credit
card on hand. Only Visa, MasterCard and American Express credit cards are
5) Make sure you have a valid e-mail address in order to receive
your electronic transaction receipt.
6) If you are eligible for financial
assistance, make sure you have already obtained the necessary approval from the
Centre des loisirs so you can benefit from applicable discounts.
7) Make sure
that you sign up for a class that matches your level. A cancellation fee may be
charged if it is determined that you are not in a class that matches your level.
8) Don’t hesitate to visit the Loisirs en ligne site before the registration
period to obtain further information about this service.
You can register up to three people at the same time for activities you have
Course fees include all taxes.
A number of computer workstations
are available at the Centre des loisirs and at the Vieux-Saint-Laurent Library
for those who do not have an Internet connection.
If the activity you want to
register for is full, make sure you put your name on the waiting list in order
to maintain your registration priority.
A word about security
All information you provide via the Loisirs en ligne website is encrypted
using 128-bit encryption that uses a security technology called Secure Socket
Site users have the ability to determine if the site through
which they are providing information is secure or not. When you are on a secure
Web page, your Web browser will display a message as well as an icon. Attention!
A broken key or lock icon indicates that your connection is not secure.
page is secure if the first part of the URL address, located in the browser’s
address bar, contains an “s”. Thus, the address should begin with “https” rather
than the usual “http”.
The information found in the forms that you complete
(either directly online or at the service counter) is treated with the utmost
confidentiality, in accordance with Quebec’s legal requirements.
514-855-6110, ext. 0
* Opening hours will be extended the first day of