Editorial policy

Welcome to the platform for the new Champlain Bridge—where you can find all the news there is about this major construction project.

The primary goal of this platform is to explain and present the construction of the new Champlain Bridge to the public and to be a reference point for day-to-day information on the project. The platform is used on a daily basis to describe and share information about the progress of the project, inform motorists about its impact on traffic and tell local residents about other impacts and mitigation measures. It will also allow the entire community to experience the construction of the new Champlain bridge as it unfolds.

This website will also provide a platform for people to express their opinions about the project and our various publications. Whether you want to ask a question, share your thoughts or comment on one of our posts, we care about your opinion.


Besides presenting the project, obstacles, news and phases of the work being done, we also want this site to serve as a hub for learning more about one of North America’s largest present-day construction project. To help you find your way around and access the information you are looking for, we have prepared the following sections to give you a better understanding of the project and how it will affect you.

Information for residents of Verdun/Sud-Ouest, L’ĂŽle-des-SĹ“urs and Brossard


General information and questions

  • FAQs

Latest information and news

  • NEWS

Traffic information


Media information

  • NEWS

Information for job seekers


The most recent traffic alerts will always be available on our homepage, and we will also post the latest news so you can track the progress of the new Champlain Bridge corridor. Every post will be archived and filed under different categories. You can browse these CATEGORIES to read all related posts. You can also browse our ARCHIVES to find all posts classified by month of publication.


All comments posted by the public will be reviewed for content. We reserve the right to delete, censor or cut the following types of comments:

  • Comments inciting illegal acts, including copyright infringement, or containing links to illegal content or platforms.
  • Comments violating Quebec or Canadian laws and regulations.
  • Claims that are or may be considered defamatory.
  • Offensive remarks based on an individual’s race, gender, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, employment or state of health.
  • Disrespectful comments about other participants and their points of view.
  • Comments citing personal information that might disclose an individual’s identity other than that of the author.
  • Comments containing gratuitous or excessive swearing or inappropriate language.
  • Material that could be deemed obscene, pornographic, vulgar or offensive.
  • Repeated comments or spam-type content that hinder discussion.
  • Comments that propagate false or misleading information.
  • Comments inciting violence.
  • Comments that do not respect the right to privacy or copyright law, as well as any other comments that are obscene, defamatory, seditious, blasphemous or actionable.
  • Comments that promote or defend commercial or political interests, including links to irrelevant websites.
  • Comments that are irrelevant, off-topic or too long.

To let the public know where segments have been cut or censored, we will insert the symbol (…) in the appropriate place in the posted comment.


If you would like to receive updates on the progress of the project, you have two options:


Twitter is a great way to monitor news and information on particular topics in real time. If you add the new Champlain Bridge (@nouv_champlain) to your contact list, you will be kept abreast of all project developments and of current traffic conditions and obstructions.

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If you are not familiar with Twitter, our newsletter is an excellent alternative. All you need is an email address to receive regular updates with all the latest news about the new Champlain Bridge corridor project. It’s a simple and effective way to stay informed.

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Social media accounts for the new Champlain bridge are managed by the project’s communications team, which is committed to answering questions and comments within a reasonable time.


The website content is published in both official languages, namely English and French. In social media, however, we reserve the right to publish messages in just one language. All questions and comments from the public will be answered in English or French, depending on the language chosen by the originator of the message.


Signature on the Saint-Laurent, which manages the website and all communications related to the new Champlain Bridge corridor project, reserves the right to amend these rules at its sole discretion. Last updated on August 10, 2015. If you have any questions about this policy, please email us.