In the 1970s, an attempt was made by René Désourdy to construct a cemetery in Brossard.The attempt failed due to the water table being too high in most of the city, and as of 2014 Brossard has no cemetery.
According to the 2011 census, Brossard's population was 79,273.
The purpose of this Query Board is for posting queries relating to the Province of Quebec only. Any info pertaining to my quest would be greatly appreciated. *Update* Looking for any biological family members of my mother. Named Susan Charlotte Mc Mahon by adoptive parents, possible name given by birth mom Marie Henriette Helene Benoit (not necessarily in this order). If you have any info that would help me in my search, please contact me. After 20 years I am travelling to Canada from the UK this year with my 2 young children to introduce them to their father’s homeland. I would love any information, would love to meet any family before it's too late. I am currently searching for birth mother, I was born Martin John Segger on 9th June 1951.
For the other provinces go to the following boards listed below, Ontario, Atlantic Provinces, and Western Canada. Biological mother possible last name Benoit, was 22 years old initially from Quebec City - about 5'6, dark brown hair and eyes and weighed 125 pounds. I wold be grateful if anyone has any ideas about places I might visit to look up records whilst I am in the country. Looking for birth mother, father or possible siblings. I believe my mother emigrated to Quebec Canada on 26/06/1957 with her husband Albert Herriott born 29/06/1927.
The city has some homes dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, particularly along Chemin des Prairies. On August 8, 1964 a portion of land from Greenfield Park was added and became the "P" section of Brossard.
Furthermore, Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur was annexed to Brossard on March 25, 1978 becoming the "A" section to form the current city.