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The Orange (Line 2) line is one of the four lines of the [[Montreal Metro|metro}} in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It formed part of the initial network, and was expanded between 1980 and 1986. It is presently being expanded, with three new stations being built on the island of Laval, Quebec, which will make it the second to actually leave Montreal island as part of its route. It is also the longest route in the Montreal Metro line.

List of stations Edit

Line 2 - Orange
Côte-Vertu Chemin de la Côte-Vertu Notre-Dame-de-la-Vertu (Our Lady of Virtue), 18th century name for the area
Du Collège Rue du Collège

Cégep de Saint-Laurent, local cégep

De La Savane Rue de la Savane savane - a savanna or Québécois for swamp
Namur Rue Namur Namur, Belgium
Plamondon Avenue Plamondon Antoine Plamondon, Québécois painter, or Rodolphe Plamondon, Québécois lyric artist
Côte-Sainte-Catherine Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine Côte Sainte-Catherine, 18th century name for area of Outremont
Snowdon Rue Snowdon; Snowdon neighbourhood Name of area's former landowner
Villa-Maria Villa-Maria High School Latin form of "Ville-Marie," former name of Montreal
Vendôme Avenue de Vendôme Likely from the French Dukes of Vendôme
Place-Saint-Henri Place Saint-Henri A parish church named for Saint Henry II, to commemorate Fr. Henri-Auguste Roux
Lionel-Groulx Avenue Lionel-Groulx Fr. Lionel Groulx, Québécois historian
Georges-Vanier Boulevard Georges-Vanier Georges Vanier, Governor-General of Canada
Lucien-L'Allier Rue Lucien-L'Allier Lucien L'Allier, Québécois engineer, designer of the Metro
Bonaventure Place Bonaventure Gare Bonaventure, in turn for former Rue Bonaventure; St. Bonaventure, Italian cleric
Square-Victoria Square Victoria Queen Victoria
Place-d'Armes Place d'Armes Historical rallying point for city's defenders
Champ-de-Mars Champ de Mars Park Common term for military exercise ground (Mars, god of war)
Formerly Berri-de Montigny
Rue Berri Name given by Migeon de Branssat in 1669; origin unknown
Université du Québec à Montréal
Rue de Montigny Testard de Montigny family
Sherbrooke Rue Sherbrooke John Coape Sherbrooke, Governor-General of British North America
Mont-Royal Avenue du Mont-Royal Mount Royal
Laurier Avenue Laurier Wilfrid Laurier, Prime Minister of Canada
Rosemont Boulevard Rosemont; Rosemont neighbourhood Named by developer U.-H. Dandurand for his mother, née Rose Phillips
Beaubien Rue Beaubien Prominent landowning family
Jean-Talon Rue Jean-Talon Jean Talon, intendant of New France
Jarry Rue Jarry Stanislas Blénier dit Jarry père, landowner
Crémazie Boul. Crémazie Octave Crémazie, QC poet
Sauvé Rue Sauvé Name of a landowner
Henri-Bourassa Boulevard Henri-Bourassa Henri Bourassa, Québécois journalist and politician
Cartier Boulevard Cartier Sir George-Étienne Cartier Québécois politician, Father of Confederation
De La Concorde Boulevard de la Concorde Place de la Concorde in Paris
Montmorency Collège Montmorency François de Montmorency-Laval, first Roman Catholic Bishop of Quebec and landowner of Île Jésus (Laval)

See also Edit

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