Parc de Dieppe is a park located at the northern tip of the Cité du Havre in Montreal. It is surrounded by the Saint-Lawrence river and offers a great view on the Old Port and the Ile Sainte-Hélène. When I visited in 2016, it was called Parc de la Cité du Havre: In August 2017, the city changed its name to Parc de Dieppe, in honour of the 75th anniversary of the Dieppe raid during WW2.
Above, walk to the Parc along the Pont de la Concorde.
Above, one of the many people fishing that day.
Above, Quai Jacques Cartier in the Old Port.
Above, Quai de l’Horloge and Clock Tower.
Above, Pont Jacques Cartier.
Above, Parc Jean Drapeau on Ile Sainte-Hélène.
Above, building of the Old Port ice skating rink, with the dome of Marché Bonsecours and City Hall in the background.
Above, view of the park from Pont de la Concorde.