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I have seen a few posts with people commenting that Montreal is a very safe city, including the area considered to be the "Red-light district.
I appreciate any responses! I think you'll be disappointed by the "red light district". I think the only thing left is the hot dog place. I stay in Chinatown when I go to Montreal and routinely walk in that area. Even in its heyday back in the 70s that wasn't much of a red light district: You will occasionally find people passed out on park benches.
Otherwise it's all being turned into condos and student residences for UQAM. You will see the occasional strip joint, tattoo parlour and prostitute but it is scattered all over and you may not notice much, if anything. In Montreal , you will see a strip joint near a fine dining establishment and no one cares, gays walk hand in hand in broad daylight and no one cares. It is a very tolerant city. I can think of only one area where I wouldn't want to park my car at night in the city How's that for irony?
The red light district had it's heyday in the late 40's and early 50's. Saint-Laurent and Sainte Catherine Streets were the center of the visible "action" i. The less visible part, the bordellos, was actually a little out of this center starting at de Maisonneuve Boulevard and Saint-Laurent going eastward. That part was destroyed when mayor Jean-Drapeau was elected with a mandate to clean up the city. So his first move was the destruction of the flophouses and their replacementy bu the first housing project in the city: Les Habitations Jeanne-Mance, that is still there today.
The main thing then was the prostitutes outdoor at the famous street corner, the less "presentable" ones going to less lighted de Maisonneuve and pan handlers all over the area. Nowadays most if not all of the prostitutes have departed, pan handlers have spread more around the city and, finally the area became much more "normal" 5 to 10 years ago.