Happy Valentine’s Day to our dear residents, family members and care givers !

Wishing you all a day filled with love, laughter and fun!


From the Château Westmount team

Due to an increase in cases of COVID on the 5th floor, the unit is closed for an undetermined period of time.

Residents are confined to the floor. To limit moving residents in the facility.

Meals will be taken on the floor.

Activities are suspended.

Visitors and staff members must wear masks at all times.

Hand washing must be reinforced.

Thank you for your cooperation,

The management

During this festive period when gatherings are frequent, we ask that you pay special attention to the guidelines below.


  •  If you have symptoms of an infection or illness, avoid visiting your loved one.
  • Minimize the number of visitors.
  • Practice hand hygiene when arriving, entering, and exiting the room.
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory in our CHSLD.
  • Avoid visiting your loved one if:
  • You have symptoms of respiratory infections or gastroenteritis.
  • You are going to a unit under high surveillance or in an outbreak of a respiratory infection;
  • If an outbreak is ongoing in the CHSLD, additional instructions may apply.
  • If your loved one is in isolation, follow the measures in place and don’t hesitate to ask the care teams for more information.
  • If you are considering taking your loved one out of the establishment, specifically if they are staying on an outbreak unit, please contact the nurses on the unit for specific instructions.


A close friend and caregiver of one of our residents composed a heartwarming article titled ”November or Life at the Château” which was published in Westmount Independant. We cannot thank our caregivers, friends and family members enough for their immense support and recognition of the quality of care the Chsld Château Westmount team provides to our residents. Please take the time to read this beautifully written article.

Than you again.

The CHSLD Château Westmount team would like to thank Dr. Paul Lysy for his dedication to the residents, their families, and employees.

Dear Dr. Lysy, you have never counted your hours, you have always been there for our residents, and you have reassured and cared for them.

After all these years of taking care of others, it’s time for you to take care of yourself. You deserve to be rewarded for all these incredible years of service to others!

We want to wish you a fabulous retirement!

The CHSLD Château Westmount family

May this Hannukkah bring you good Health, Peace, Happiness & Prosperity

And a sweet taste to your life today and always!

The Château Westmount team wishes our Jewish residents, family members and friends 

Happy Hannukkah!

Dear residents, dear caregivers,

The entire Château Westmount team is delighted to wish you a Happy New Year 2024! We hope that it will be full of novelties and joyful moments. Because the most beautiful projects are created together, we would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the trust you have placed in us. Your loyalty to our team is a key part of our success and we would like to emphasize it! Your satisfaction remains at the heart of our concerns and your suggestions contribute significantly to our evolution. In 2024, we aspire to continue to strengthen our relationship and remain worthy of your trust and loyalty.

Happy holidays!

 Zara Pilian, Executive Director

Ring in the New Year wtih our special brunch buffet menu which will take place the 1st of January 2024 at 12pm.

Please make sure to reserve before the 19th of December at the reception. 

Looking forward to kick off 2024 with you all!