Pointe-Claire is an on-island suburb of Montreal in Quebec, Canada. Pointe-Claire is largely residential in character, but is also the site of a lot of economic activity, such as retail activity, light manufacturing, various corporate offices, and a hospital. The symbol of the town is the Pointe-Claire Windmill.
Pointe-Claire was a former provincial electoral district in the Montreal region of Quebec, Canada that elected members to the National Assembly of Quebec.
It was created for the 1973 election, from parts of the existing Jacques-Cartier and Robert-Baldwin electoral districts. Its final election was in 1976. It disappeared in the 1981 election and its successor electoral district was Nelligan.
Pointe-Claire is a commuter rail station on the AMT Vaudreuil-Hudson Line in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada.