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Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur (also known as Notre-Dame) was a small municipality in southwestern Quebec, Canada two miles from the southern shore of the Saint Lawrence River. It was a suburb of Montreal until it was annexed to the city of Brossard in 1978.

The boundaries of Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur were fairly simple as the municipality had the exact shape of a rectangle. Today, its former location corresponds to the western part of the A section of Brossard; which is bordered by Alain street to the northwest, Grande-Allée Boulevard to the northeast, Baillargeon street to the southeast and Lapinière Boulevard to the southwest.