Brossard is a city in the province of Quebec, Canada. It is one of the cities that make up the Metropolitan Community of Montréal and, in turn, is part of the agglomeration and regional election conference of Longueuil in the Montérégie region. Brossard was created on February 14, 1958, and reconstituted on January 1, 2006. Brossard was forcibly merged into the city of Longueuil on January 1, 2002 as a result of municipal reorganization in Quebec. A demerger movement was started by Pierre Senécal, Jacques St-Amant and Gilles Larin which resulted in a municipal referendum, the largest demerger vote in Québec, that took place on June 20, 2004
Brossard is the commercial center of the South Coast, most of the businesses located along Taschereau Boulevard, within Champlain Mall and Place Portobello or in the lifestyle center, Quartier DIX30. A particular segment of Taschereau Boulevard near La Prairie and the Saint-Jacques River is home to an exceptionally large concentration of car dealers that offer the most brands and models available.
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