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Brossard was forcibly merged into the city of Longueuil on January 1, 2002 as a result of municipal reorganization in Quebec.and a demerger movement was started by Pierre Senécal, Jacques St-Amant and Gilles Larin which resulted in a municipal referendum, the largest demerger vote in Québec, that took place on June 20, 2004.The city also has a municipal library building connected to its city hall building via an indoor passageway. These sections are characterized by having street names that all begin with the same letter of the alphabet.The only notable exceptions are few major arteries (such as Taschereau Boulevard and Rome Boulevard) that span across two or more sections.Aside from French, a variety of other languages are spoken in Brossard on a daily basis, as according to the 2011 census.The prominent languages spoken primarily at home and their relative share are French (51%), English (17%), Chinese (5%), Spanish (3%), Cantonese (3%), Arabic (2%) and Persian (2%).
Brossard is situated on the Saint Lawrence River to the west and by the Saint-Jacques River to the south.
38.70% of the 50,539 qualified voters voted YES for demerger, which met the requirements (35% or more of total voting population) needed for de-amalgamation.
As a result, Brossard would continue to be a borough of the city of Longueuil only until the end of 2005.
(see Geographic location section below) Many parks are scattered throughout the city of Brossard, including Parc écologique des Sansonnets.
The parks are connected to the other areas of the city by about 37 km of biking paths.