This tartan was designed by two weavers, Marie-France Bolduc Quirion and Marthe Roy of the Cercle de Fermieres de Longueuil, to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the town in 2007.

The colours were inspired by the town’s coat of arms and those of the merged municipalities of Greenfeld Park and Saint-Gubert that are now part of Longueuil.

Blue symobolises the tranquility of life in Longueuil and the proximity of the St. Lawrence River.
Yellow is for the richness of the region’s farmlands.
Red symbolizes the dynamism of the town.
Green symbolises the municipality’s future and its determination to be recongnised for its international scope, and
Black is for the wealth of its history.


** If you intend to weave or otherwise use any of these patterns, please be aware that you may need the written permission of the designer or producer. This information can be found in the Scottish Register of Tartans.

B/6 Y2 B6 R2 G20 K2 R2 K2 B14 K2 R2 K2 B4 Y4 B6 Y/8 (STA No. 7171)