Welcome to the Canadian capital of the curd!

150 St-Paul Street, St-Albert
See the Co-op's website for hours of operation.  

Mural: Say Cheese! / 7 x 8 feet / Dan Metcalfe 

The Cheese Co-op annually produces enough cheese curds to fill four Olympic-sized pools.

Whether you’re on your way to Ottawa or Montreal on the Popsilos circuit, the St-Albert Cheese Co-op is an ideal place to stop for food and drink. It's the most popular Eastern Ontario gourmet attraction. It welcomes more than half a million visitors per year. You will find:

- Production plant self-guided tours
- A cheese and fine foods boutique
- Bilingual employees
- A view of the production plant
- A restaurant


Treat your tummies at the restaurant and taste the best poutines in Ontario.

Try one of 15 gourmet poutines: freshly hand-cut potatoes, homemade brown sauce and the freshest cheese curds. The menu offers a large array of other savoury choices and gluten free options are also available. Sweet tooth? Sit on the patio and have some ice cream bar! Local beer is also available.


Learn about cheese making.

Discover all the production steps involved in making the famous cheddars and watch employees work through huge windows overlooking the production area. Taking you through the plant, twelve explanatory panels help you learn how St-Albert cheeses are produced. Explanatory videos also tell the story of the fire that destroyed the plant in 2013 and its reconstruction.

Don’t miss the chance of stocking up on delicious St-Albert cheeses that have won several awards over the last few years at cheese and fine foods boutique.

RV parking is available (maximum 3 nights – RV dump station nearby).


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Popsilos offers a unique touristic experience in Canada: a self-guided circuit that has visitors discover seven giant murals on farm silos in the Prescott-Russell countryside, while inviting them to stop at producers’ or artisans’ shops to check out local products.

Site Plan



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