Place Émilie-Gamelin (known informally as Berri Square) is a city square in central Montreal
. It was created to mark the 350th anniversary of the city.Bordered by Berri Street, Saint Hubert Street, Sainte Catherine
Street and De Maisonneuve Boulevard, the square is adjacent to the transportation hubs of Berri UQAM Metro Station and Station centrale d'autobus, as well as UQAM and the Grande Bibliothèque du Québec.
The north end of the square features the metal sculpture Skyscraper, Waterfall, Roads, Brooks a Construction by artist Melvin Charney.The park is named for Roman Catholic nun Émilie Gamelin, founder of the Sisters of Providence religious community, which had operated a convent on the land, until its demolition in the 1960s during the construction of the Montreal Metro.Place Émilie-Gamelin was the starting point of a series of nightly student protests, beginning April 24, 2012.