History of EMS

Home of Auguste Lemieux

8100 Côte Saint-Luc Road presently the headquarters of the Emergency Medical Services EMS and formerly the first City Hall of CSL and the home of the Lemieux family ( Pierre Lemieux Mayor of CSL ,1905-1909 and 1912-1938)

One of the oldest buildings in Côte Saint-Luc, the Public Safety Station previously served as the city hall (and home of the Mayor), police and fire station, health and recreation department office and Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) station. It now serves as the station for EMS and Public Security.

Since its founding in 1964, hundreds of volunteers have served the Cote Saint-Luc Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) and Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

CSL EMO EMS Alumni Association

Former members are invited to join the EMO-EMS Alumni Association. We are compiling a list of former members (name, years served, where are they now, special memories, photos).

If you served with EMO or EMS, please contact us.

Photos From Our Past

Over the years, numerous people and vehicles have served to quickly transport EMS aid to the residents and visitors of Côte Saint-Luc. If you have photos please share them with us.