- The content on this page originated on Wikipedia and is yet to be significantly improved. Contributors are invited to replace and add material to make this an original article.
The Hochelaga Archipelago, also known as the Montreal Islands is a group of islands at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence River and Ottawa River in the southwest part of the province of Quebec in Canada.
The largest island in the group is the island of Montreal. The city also has jurisdiction over 74 smaller islands in the archipelago, most notably Nuns' Island, Île Bizard and the two islands that served as the site of Expo 67, Saint Helen's Island and the man-made Île Notre-Dame.
Other islands include the Îles de Boucherville, featuring a Quebec National Park, Île Perrot, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield and neighbouring Grande-Île, Quebec, as well as the smaller Dorval and Dowker islands.