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2015 13U National ChampionshipsAug 20-24   Repentigny, Québec

About the Host City

A Canadian baseball championship in Repentigny

The City of Repentigny is proud to host the U 13 National Championship at Laverdière Park from August 20th to the 24th.

We are excited to take part in this tournament that reunites baseball enthusiasts from across Canada. Hundreds of coaches, parents and volunteers devoted time and energy to organize this important championship. Without their involvement, we would not be able to host such an event and appreciate the youth’s dynamism.

Best of luck to all players, welcome to everyone, and a great championship to all!

Chantal Deschamps, Ph.D.
Mayor of Repentigny


Repentigny is the 13th largest city in Quebec and 5th within the Communauté Métropolitaine de Montréal. It is also second in the greater Lanaudière area and first in the L’Assomption RCM. Named city of joy because of its excellent quality of life and municipal services, Repentigny is home to 84,258 inhabitants and covers an area of 70.25 square kilometres. It is located off the eastern tip of the Island of Montréal and connected to the latter via the Le Gardeur and Benjamin-Moreau bridges.

Extremely well situated, the city of Repentigny features a highly accessible network of roads that helps the local population and visitors get wherever they want to go. With major road junctions (40 and 640) connecting to large city centres like Montréal and Québec, Repentigny is well located geographically. The pending arrival of the Train de l’Est in Repentigny will only improve the city’s accessibility.

Repentigny sits on the banks of the St. Lawrence River and boasts a high number of parks and green spaces. The city is also host to an extensive line-up of activities, festivals, and events throughout the year. In fact, Repentigny will soon be getting a brand-new entertainment building, which will further enhance its cultural life. Its industrial parks, commercial centres, and network of business people also help drive the city’s economic life.