Cote Saint-Luc is a mostly residential city in Quebec, Canada, located on the Island of Montreal. The English version of this toponym is "Saint Luke's Slope". Cote Saint-Luc was incorporated in 1903 and grew from a town to a city in 1958. It is mainly a middle-middle class residential suburb of Montreal. The City of Cote Saint-Luc has a history of being innovative and was the first municipality in Quebec to ban smoking in public places as well as the first to require bicycle helmets.