With its proactive strategic positioning in agtech and plant bioproducts, and its enviable economic climate just a stone's throw from the international metropolis, the Zone Agtech of the MRC de l'Assomption promises to be a home to a wealth of ideas, creativity, dynamism and resources for the success of your strategic growth. The Zone Agtech is located on agricultural and industrial land in the cities of L'Assomption and Repentigny. It offers direct access to 16 acceleration and financing organizations, 8 research and teaching organizations, 1,500 agricultural, agtech and plant bioproducts companies, the international logistics hub of Montreal, and the province's largest pool of consumers and labour (4 million people).

Served by the EXO public transit system and the Eastern commuter train (Mascouche-Montreal), the Zone Agtech is easily accessible to citizens of the MRC and neighbouring regions, as well as to visitors from Quebec and abroad. Its direct access to Highway 40, close to the 640, the presence of the Canadian National Railway and its proximity to the Island of Montreal (international airport, port of Montreal) provide companies with a high quality logistics network for their regional and international development.



Zone Agtech collaborative space

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Address: 375 St-Pierre street, L'Assomption

Rates: $299 to $349 per month, depending on the package selected




  • Workstation (desk, professional chair, filing cabinet, monitor, keyboard, mouse);
  • Work tables of 4 places (open space);
  • Telephone spaces;
  • Conference room (closed space) with 10 seats, equipped with a 65-inch television and whiteboard;
  • Workroom (closed space) of 4 places, equipped with a monitor and a whiteboard
  • Shared printer;
  • Internet and electricity;
  • Free parking and charging station (subject to availability);
  • Fully equipped kitchen, unlimited coffee and tea;
  • Mailing address;
  • Relaxation areas (indoor and outdoor);
  • Possibility of financing up to $250,000 at implementation (CieNOV);
  • Up to 90 hours of consulting and coaching services for implementation, innovation and growth (Zone Agtech);
  • Incubation and innovation acceleration cohorts (Zone Agtech, Cycle Momentum);
  • 10 corridors outside Quebec;
  • Membership in the Quebec Agtech Community (1 year free of charge);
  • Several networking activities and major local agtech events.
Services, uses and options


  • Permitted uses: professional offices
  • Services: hydroelectricity, Internet;
  • Option: monthly or annual lease, flying or fixed position



  • Experimentation and training sites: experimental plots and living labs, scientific complex with wet labs, experimental greenhouses, collaborative workshops and conference and training rooms under construction;
  • Colleges and universities: Cégep régional de Lanaudière (some relevant training courses : Agricultural management and technologies, Horticultural production technologies, Process and food quality technologies, Business administration);
  • Research centers: CIEL (plant science) and Bio.Enviro.In (agro-environment, circular economy)
  • College technology transfer centers: Biopterre (mycotechnology, vertical culture, plant bioproducts), INEDI (industrial design)
  • Universities: Centre régional universitaire de Lanaudière, partnerships with Université Laval (Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences) and Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (Institute for Innovation in Ecoproducts - I23E);
  • Accelerating organizations: Zone Agtech, Cycle Momentum, Living Lab Lanaudière, CieNOV, Conseil de développement bioalimentaire de Lanaudière;
  • Public institutions: Lanaudière, Montréal, Laval regional offices of the Ministère de l'agriculture, des pêcheries et de l'alimentation du Québec (MAPAQ), Financière Agricole du Québec, National Research Council of Canada, Canada Economic Development for the province of Québec, Investissement Québec, Emploi Québec;
  • Venture capital and investment funds: Fonds Ecofuel, Fonds Bleu Impact, Fonds Cycle Capital, Fondaction, Génome Québec, Mitacs;
  • Business hub: 1500 agricultural, agtech and bioproduct companies, including Industries Harnois, Groupe Riendeau, Sobeys, Groupe Connexion - Vegkiss, Les Herbes Gourmandes (Serres Coulombe), St-Hubert, Cédrière Del Fino, Ferme Cormier, Alliance Solutions, Ferme Serge Fortin, Pangéa, Comptoir agricole Ste-Anne (CASA), Pépinière Villeneuve (Oliva horticulture), Pépinière Premier plant, Fromagerie Champêtre (Groupe Nutrinor), Agro-100, Novago Coopérative (Sollio Agriculture), Virgo Technologies, Serre Point-du-Jour, LBM Agtech, Biointelligenza;
  • Largest consumer and labour pool in the province (4 million people).




  • Public transportation: Metropolitan transportation network (EXO), Train de l'Est (Repentigny station);
  • Road transportation: Easy access to highways 640, 40, 25;
  • Other logistical infrastructures: CN rail line, proximity to the Port of Montreal and Montreal International Airport (Pierre Elliot Trudeau)



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