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The population as of the Canada Census was 20, Along with the municipality of McMasterville to the immediate south of Beloeil, and the cities of Mont-Saint-Hilaire and Otterburn Park on the eastern bank of the Richelieu, Beloeil forms an unbroken urban area of over 50, inhabitants, [5] which is part of Greater Montreal. Although there has been evidence found of a prior indigenous peoples presence along the Richelieu River, none of it has been found on the territory of Beloeil.

Development of the region in the first several decades after the arrival of Europeans in the region was slow, owing to the geographic situation of the Richelieu, which made it a primary avenue of attack from New York toward New France. Finally, after failed attempts in and , permanent settlement began in , with dwellers coming mostly from the island of Montreal or from seigneuries along the Saint Lawrence River near Montreal.

The low level of development forced local inhabitants to rely on the mission at Fort Chambly , several hours to the south, for their religious needs, and the first mill did not open until the early s.

By , however, local population had grown to the point where a request to the Bishop of Quebec for the establishment of a mission was successful. The parish was canonically erected in and, after the first half of the nineteenth century saw the growth of a small hamlet around the church, became a parish municipality in The Saint-Mathieu church burned and was rebuilt twice in and ; the third one still stands today.

Meanwhile, on 28 December , the portion of the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad linking Montreal to Saint-Hyacinthe opened, passing about two kilometres 1. This second hamlet soon attracted upper-class vacationers from Montreal, who built summer homes along the Richelieu river with views of the mountain. Over these early years, the city developed its aqueduct and electricity networks. The city remained largely isolated from Montreal, except by train, owing to poorly organized road connections.

The opening, in , of the then-Route 9, today Quebec route , provided a first direct link to Montreal and, by the s, the population had grown to nearly 6, inhabitants, and the two hamlets had grown into a single town. One theory argues that the city derives its name from the view from atop the Mont Saint-Hilaire. The alternate theory states that the name derives from the like-named town in Belgium , with a wide variety of possible links between the two towns. As a result, Lambert argues for "beautiful view" as the probable origin of the name.

Beloeil lies in the central Saint Lawrence Lowlands , a plains region on both sides of the Saint Lawrence river. Generally, the region surrounding Beloeil remains agricultural. Beloeil is part of a broader agglomeration of over forty thousand inhabitants, formed by four towns spread out on the sides of the Richelieu River. It represents the northwestern portion of the agglomeration, and is separated from Mont Saint-Hilaire northeastern and Otterburn Park southeastern only by the Richlieu river, while Bernard-Pilon street Quebec Route forms the limit between Beloeil and McMasterville southwestern.

Most of the urban portion of the city as it exists today lies within the area delimited by Bernard-Pilon street to the south, the Richelieu river to the east, Yvon-L'Heureux Boulevard to the west and Quebec Autoroute 20 to the north.

The land north of the autoroute, or west of Yvon-L'Heureux is still largely rural. As of , Beloeil had a total population of 18, inhabitants, men and women. The average size of the Beloeil household was 2.

In , of the population 15 and over 15, , 14, claimed to have been born in Canada to Canadian-born parents, while each claimed to have been born in Canada to non-Canadian parents, and not born in Canada.

Only inhabitants claimed to belong to visible minorities, the largest of which were the Chinese and Latin American minorities 85 inhabitants each. The overwhelming majority of the population 17, reported French as their mother tongue, which was also the language most commonly used at home. Slightly less than half 8, the population of the town reported being able to communicate in both French and English.

Mother tongue language [33]. Beloeil, in , had an unemployment rate of 4. In , 10 inhabitants reported being employed, of whom worked outside the Beloeil region, or Beloeil today is primarily a commuter town for people working in Montreal. The primary industries in terms of employment were the services industry, which employed Other significant fields included retail trade The main retail shopping in town is located at the Montenach Mall, and offers a wide array of shops and services.

The major road connections to Beloeil are route , built in , and autoroute 20 , built in There is no longer any local train station in Beloeil. Instead, people wishing to take the Montreal commuter train must do so at the McMasterville train station.

An additional, more occasional service links Beloeil to downtown Montreal directly. However, the vast majority of the population of Beloeil prefer to use the road to commute to work. Among other methods of transportation, 5. In , of the population 15 and older, Among those who did pursue post-secondary education, specialized in business and management, and in architecture and engineering. Locally, Beloeil has five French-language public elementary schools serving around to elementary school age children 6 to Several artists, sportsmen and politicians were born, lived, or died in Beloeil: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

City in Quebec, Canada. Population [ edit ] Population trend: Retrieved March 5, Chairperson of the board. The News and Eastern Townships Advocate. Thursday December 16, Retrieved from Google News on November 23, Longueuil TE Native Reserves: Urban agglomeration of Montreal Urban agglomeration of Longueuil Laval.

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