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The population as of the Canada 2011 Census was 32,363. History [ edit ] The first settlers arrived in 1832 and were mainly French-Canadians from Eastern Townships. The name "Saint-Eustache" comes from Eustace II, Count of Boulogne (1081–1151), a knight who became a monk after he married King Baldwin II's daughter Matilda. He was later made abbot of Saint Denis' Abbey in Paris; his remains are buried at the Basilica there. In 1649 he founded an abbey named Saint Eustace on Les Iles de Los off Dieppe to house monks following the Rule of St Benedict. It is believed that this is where it got its name.