Saint-Édouard Church is a Roman Catholic church in Montreal
. It is dedicated to Edward the Confessor, the King of England
from 1047 until 1066. Its construction started in 1901 and was completed in 1909.Its address is 6500 Saint-Vallier Street, near the intersection of Saint Denis Street and Beaubien
The church was completed in 1909. The entire front facade of the church is made up of elements of limestone. Arrows of copper sit atop the bells. The organ was built in 1913 by Casavant Frères in Saint-Hyacinthe
. It has three manuals and pedals. The organ is still in very good condition. The church bells, manufactured by the Georges Pacard in Haute-Savoie, were added in 1922.