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See below for the lists of businesses that offer home delivery and the list of community resources

Survey of Saint-Lazare seniors

2021 edition of the seniors’ annual 5@7

The organizing committee is interested in exploring the interest of Saint-Lazare seniors, aged 50 and over, to participate in a 2021 edition of Les Sages branchés’ annual 5@7, an annual event whose objective aims to welcome and integrate all seniors aged 50 + and to promote local and regional resources and activities offered to them and to their caregivers.

Let’s recall that the 2020 edition was cancelled because of the pandemic.

This short 9-question survey will take only 3-5 minutes to complete. The deadline to complete is Friday, April 23 at 4:30 p.m. Answers provided will allow the committee to work on different scenarios and take ideas into account.

The data collected through this survey will only be used to develop the program and form of the 5@7.

Thank you for participating in large numbers!

English survey:

International Seniors Day

October 1st

he Table Régionale de Concertation des Aînés de la Montérégie (TRCAM) wishes to highlight the International Seniors Day and recognize their contribution to society.

Quebecers are now living longer than ever. In 2017, seniors over the age of 65 made up nearly 20% of the population and this rate will increase in the coming years.

Regardless of the number, seniors are an active part of our society. They contribute to the well-being of families, knowledge, know-how, the economy and social development.

Today's seniors have shaped our identity. Their wealth of experience is beneficial today and will be tomorrow. It is not enough to hear them, we must listen to them because their contribution is essential to the vitality of our communities.

For information:

Tips and advice for seniors during the COVID

To better guide you (French only)

Adopting a healthy diet and staying active are essential for maintaining good health. The exceptional situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is changing many aspects of your life and can have a negative impact on your diet and your mental and physical health.

Consult the guide.

Community resources

Provincial COVID-19 phoneline
You are concerned about COVID 19? You have symptoms such as cough or fever? Contact the toll-free number:
Telephone: 1-877-644-4545


211 is a public and parapublic community information and reference service.
Telephone: Dial 211
211 Grand Montréal

Community pantry and emergency food supplies (Source d’Entraide) 

FREE non-perishable goods are available in a cabinet outside the Source d’Entraide. Take some, drop some to help. You are a Saint-Lazare resident in need? Make an appointment:
1- By phone: 450-455-8000 #104
2- By email: ou
Our hearts go out to you. Learn more

Elder Abuse Help Line

The Elder Abuse Help Line is a provincial telephone line to help seniors who are victims of mistreatment.
Telephone: 1 888 489-ABUS (2287)
Ligne Aide Abus Aînés

L'Appui - Caregiver support - helpline

Professional telephone listening service, as well as support and referral services adapted to the needs of those who take care of seniors. This line aims to accompany and support them in their efforts, from the start and throughout their journey, in addition to providing them with additional resources in their community.
Telephone: 1 855 852-7784
Caregiver support

Le Tournant

This resource offers 24/7 services for the population in distress.
Le Tournant
Telephone : 450 371-4090

Meals on wheels and other services

The Soulanges Elders Community Centre offers meals-on-wheels and respite care services. You can contact volunteers by email or phone 450-265-3548. Or follow them on their Facebook Page.

Medical and orthopedic equipment

Adaptaction Montérégie
AdaptAction offers the rental  of a large aray of medical and orthopedic equipment at small prices (crutches, walkers, wheelchairs etc.) to improve your everyday life.

Programme Pair for seniors offered by le centre L'Actuel

Are you an elder? are you isolated? at risk of falling? Losing autonomy or recovering? 
Call 450-455-3331, extension 0. 
The team will contact you for safety and even medicament renewal follow-ups.

Programme RASSURÉ for seniors 

Home care at the CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest provides the RASSURÉ program (Ressource dédiée à l’Accompagnement et au Soutien pour la Sécurité de l’Usager de Retour à domicile après un Épisode de soin), which allows seniors to return home safely after a hospital stay and to avoid ending up back in the hospital.

To ease the transition, a health and social services assistant (HSSA) will visit the senior within 24-48 hours after they return home from the hospital. The HSSA helps the senior adjust to their return home and identify their needs, and makes sure they are safe and comfortable. They also inform local resources of the situation and make the necessary arrangements for services.

Psychosocial support hotline offered to families 

Listening | tips | support in both languages
Maison de la famille de Vaudreuil-Soulanges
Dial 450-218-0561 #1

Suicide Prevention hotline

You have dark thoughts? A friend or member of your family has dark thoughts?
Qualified professionals can help you.
Telephone: 1 866 APPELLE (277-3553) 


Tel-Aînés Tel-Aînés offers a variety of free and confidential phone and referral services to help people aged 60 years or more break isolation and express their emotions in different situations.
Telephone: 514 353-2463 or 1 877 353-2460

Services, online orders and deliveries

You are in isolation? You’re aged 70 and older? Take advantage of what your local merchants offer: home delivery services! You’re not familiar with the Internet or Facebook? No problem! Just call!

  • Renew your medical prescriptions by phone and have them delivered. Take the opportunity to include some pharmacy items in your delivery.
  • Do your grocery shopping online and have it delivered to your door! Not familiar with an online order? Don’t worry, do it over the phone, just dictate your list with the name of the products you need, with or without the brand. You can also specify the maximum amount you want to pay for the product!

Here is a first list of services available to you. This list is not exhaustive but will be updated as more services are added! For restaurants, many will continue to offer their usual delivery menu while others will offer an adapted menu. Contact them!

*This list is subject to change daily. Thank you for your understanding*

Service / business

Menu / products

Ordering by phone

Ordering on Internet or Facebook

Special measures


IGA Déziel


Visit the website or
Simply call with your grocery list



(summary or detailed list) – no panic, assistance provided

or from your Facebook page (write IGA Déziel St-Lazare in the search toolbar ) – your email will be required. Instructions are given for a first order

Assembly and delivery fees



Medications and other pharmacy products


Ask for prescription deliveries

Home delivery for everything that is essential and medical at no cost


Medications and other pharmacy products





Home delivery for everything that is essential and medical at no cost





Home delivery



450 458-3232

Home delivery




Home delivery for orders of $50 or more




Home delivery for orders of $20 minimum - no delivery fee




Home delivery (order minimum of $40)



Daily menu on Facebook $5/meal
Order before 10:30 am each day


Facebook (

No delivery fee.

Deliveries between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. every day




Facebook: site :




450 424-9898

Home delivery (not on Monday & Tuesday)


(Centre communautaire des aînés de Soulanges)

Hot and frozen meals




Delivery of frozen meals to provide seniors with meals in the freezer for a long enough period




Home delivery


Closed but to help residents in need it offers an outdoor pantry free of charge

In person 
2252 Sainte-Angélique Road
The pantry is in front of the premises (park in front because the parking is closed) 

Request for food assistance : 450-455-8000 #104 or at





Home delivery for orders of $15 minimum - no delivery fee in Saint-Lazare




Home delivery


Artistry of sausages


Mr. Luc La Prairie, Saint-Lazare resident, offers free delivery of William J Walter’s products

Home delivery
(not on Monday

Recreation for seniors in Saint-Lazare

Billard’s free
Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)
450-424-8000 ext. 216

Cercle de Fermières du Québec (CFQ) de Saint-Lazare
The Cercle de Fermières welcomes you in the context of sewing, knitting, crochet, weaving and other activities. Women 14 years and older.
Denise Lalonde

Saint-Lazare golden age club

55 y/o +  | Dance, card games, billiards, dinner and more!
Nicole Lauzon

Bocce club
Michel Groulx 450-455-0271
Gilles Légaré 450-424-4083
Serge Robillard 514-377-3872

Saint-Lazare seniors bridge club
Experienced players or beginners | 50 ans +
Gérard Paquin : 450-455-9493
Joyce Freed 450-458-2867
Robert Duclos 450-424-3946

Sages branchés - book club for seniors in French
Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)
450-424-8000 ext. 260

English book club: The Book Nut Club
Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)
450-424-8000 ext. 260

Pétanque club
Pierrette Joly 450-455-1679
Nicole Lauzon 450-455-0523

Walking group
About 5 to 6 km (about 75 minutes walk) to the surroundings of the sports complex of Saint-Lazare.
Departure: Saint-Lazare sports complex
No registration required.
450-510-1850 ext. 250

Pickleball group summer 2020
Animated sessions with certified coaches are planned once again this year. We encourage you to keep an eye on the schedule and location.
450-424-8000 ext. 220

Les potagers du bois (community garden)
450-424-8000 ext. 220

Saint-Lazare shared meals
Nicole Lauzon
450- 455-0523

Low Impact fitness ages 50 ans up
Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)
450-424-8000 ext. 216

Saint-Lazare historical society
Martine Léger, secretary
514 994-0001

Saint-Lazare Environment and horticultural society (SHESL)
Horticulture and environment conferences for members.
Diane Gillam

Vélo Touristes 50 +
50 y/o +, Independant cyclists
The activity is free, but requires registration.
Viviane Dewise

Senior's Guide 2019-2020

Click HERE or on the image below to download

Low Impact Fitness 50 +

You are aged 50 and up? This is your chance to stay in shape! 

  • Mondays and Wednesdays
  • 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
  • January 13 to May 13, 2020.
  • No class on January 20th, April 13 and 15.
  • At the Saint-Lazare Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)
  • Info: 450-424-8000 ext.216

Along rhythmical music, a fitness professional will guide you through various physical activities.
No registration required, simply show up!

Bring a floor mat, towel and bottle of water. Wear comfortable clothing and running shoes.

NEW! At Westwood Junior (2800 Rue du Bordelais)
Every Tuesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., starting on September 17th, 2019

Sages branchés - book club for seniors

Sages branchés - book club for seniors in French
Wednesdays, January 22nd, February 19th and March 18th at 10 a.m.
Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)

Do you enjoy reading? Want to join a group of people your age who share the same passion? Our book club for seniors may be just what you’re looking for.

English book club: The Book Nut Club

The first meeting of the English group will be held at the Community
Centre (1301 Rue Du Bois) on December 12 at 10 a.m.

Information at the Saint-Lazare Library (1275 Rue du Bois), by calling 450
424-8000, extension 260 or by email at:

Lire et faire lire program

The joy of reading shared by children and volunteer seniors.  

Lire et faire lire is a true form of active citizenship! The association offers an intergenerational reading program through local branches across Quebec. The simplicity of the program is what makes it truly appealing. During the academic year, seniors volunteer to read to children in one of their local schools once a week. Each volunteer is assigned its own group of 2 to 5 preschool children, kindergarten children, 1st graders or 2nd graders (4 to 8 years of age).

The program’s mission can be summed up in one key word: ENJOYMENT. The enjoyment of having someone read you a story, of reading yourself, of sharing and creating a bond.

Lire et faire lire has two main objectives:

  • Foster a love of books and reading in children
  • Build intergenerational connections

Interested in being part of this fabulous adventure?  


Becoming a Lire et faire lire volunteer reader is easy!

You must:

  • Love children and reading
  • Be 50 years of age or older
  • Be available during the day, one hour per week for eight consecutive weeks (between September and May)
  • Be able to make your way to the school in your area that is part of the program
  • Be able to read in French

You will then be able to:

  • Take part in an intergenerational activity focused on the joy of books and reading
  • Share your love of books and reading
  • Share and discuss with a small group of 2 to 5 children between the ages of 4 and 8, allowing them to benefit from your life experience
  • Meet other interesting volunteer readers

You must register before Monday, August 26, 2019. The activity takes place between September 2019 and May 2020.  

Selected volunteers will be contacted in August 2017.

Volunteer seniors: register at the Saint-Lazare Library where you will be assigned a school or daycare within the Saint-Lazare territory.

Schools and daycares within the Saint-Lazare territory: Do you wish to have volunteer seniors come to your classrooms to read to your students in French? Register at the Library.  

In person at 1275 Du Bois Street, Saint-Lazare (QC)  J7T 3B5

By phone at 450 424-8000, extension 212

By email at



A new grant for seniors

As of the 2016 municipal taxation year, seniors who meet certain conditions may be eligible for a grant to help offset a municipal tax increase brought about by a significant increase in the value of their residence.

For more information, visit Revenu Quebec website.

Saint-Lazare Elders/Bridge Club

Consult their blog.

Last updated: 07/12/2022
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