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Établissement de détention de Montréal (Prison Bordeaux)
800, boulevard Gouin Ouest
Montréal, QC, H3L 1K7
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Visits: 514-336-7700
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Description:

Note:  Information below may no longer be accurate.  Please contact the Prison Bordeaux directly for up-to-date information.


Prison Bordeaux (also known as Établissement de détention de Montréal) is Quebec's largest Provincial jail.  Built in 1912 the Prison Bordeaux can accommodate upto 1,402 male offenders in remanded custody or sentenced  to Provincial time of 2 years and under.


Do I need to be on an incarcerated person’s visitors list for Prison Bordeaux?

Not for the first visit (immediate family only); then, the incarcerated person within Prison Bordeaux must put you on his visiting list.

 

How can I schedule a visit for Prison Bordeaux?

You must register yourselves at the visitor desk. Registration hours are:

 

Prison Bordeaux - Sectors A,B and C:

Monday to Thursday 8:20-10:30AM and 12:30-2:45PM

Thursday night: 5:30-7:00PM

Friday:  8:20-10:30 and 12:30-1:30PM

Saturday, Sunday and on holidays: between 11:00 and 16:15.

 

Prison Bordeaux - Sectors D, E, F and G (except D2):

Monday to Thursday: 8:20-10:30AM and 12:30-2:45PM

Friday: 8:20-10:30AM and 12:30-13:30PM

Saturday, Sunday and on holidays: 11:00AM-4:15PM

 

Prison Bordeaux - Sector D2:

Thursday night: 7:45 and 8:15PM

Friday:  8:20-10:30AM and 2:15-2:45PM


Visitation Information for Prison Bordeaux :

 

Length of visit: 60 minutes.

Number of visits per week: 1 (protective custody or segregation), 2 (remand); of these two, only one can be during the weekend.

Number of visitors per visit: 4. Immediate family only (and wives/girlfriends)

Can I leave cash or money orders at the visitor desk? Yes. You can leave a cheque, cash at Prison Bordeaux - (they do not give change back) or a money order; they do not accept personal cheques).

On holidays, you can only leave money orders. You must be on the incarcerated person’s visitors list to leave money, and it can only be done when the visitor desk is open; Monday to Friday: between 8:20-11:30AM and 12:30-4:00PM. Thursday night: between 5:30 and 9:00PM. Saturday, Sunday and on holidays: between 10:00-11:30AM and 3:00-5:15PM.

Regular Visiting Hours?

Prison Bordeaux - Regular Visiting Hours:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Sectors A- G (except D2):

8:30-11:30AM

and

1:00-3:45PM

Sectors A- G (except D2):

9:00-11:30AM

and

1:00-3:45PM

Sectors A- G (except D2):

8:30-11:30AM

and

1:00-3:45PM

Sectors A-G (except D2):

9:00-11:30AM

and

1:00-3:45PM

 

Sectors A-C:

6:00-8:00PM

 

Sector D2:

8:15-9:15PM

Sectors A-G (except D2):

8:30-11:30AM

and

1:00-2:30PM

 

Sector D2:

2:30-3:45PM

Sectors A- G (except D2):

11:30AM-5:15PM

Sectors A- G (except D2):

11:30AM-5:15PM

*The visiting hours on holidays for Prison Bordeaux  are the same then on Saturdays and Sundays.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions and potential changes with Visitation process, click here to visit the Quebec Government Website and review visitation requirements.  

* Be sure to call ahead as visitation hours may change

 

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