Category : Dick Nieuwendyk

Dorval remembers

by Dick Nieuwendyk Last Monday, November 11, at the 11th hour, Dorval Mayor Edgar Rouleau, members of the council, members of Dorval legion branch 245, dignitaries, representing federal and provincial governments, and a great number of citizens including a troup ...

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Francis Robert Redpath House

By Dick Nieuwendyk     The Redpath mansion was designed by architect Sir Andrew Taylor and built in 1886. The house is one of the last remaining examples of Queen Anne architecture to have been designed by Andrew Taylor, who also designed the Redpath ...

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Help your kids stay safe on Halloween

by Dick Nieuwendyk   Fall is here and Halloween is just around the corner and soon our streets will be scattered with little ghosts, goblins, and witches trick-or-treating. Halloween is an exciting time for children and their families, and with some easy-to-remember tips ...

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Théatre St. Denis

by Dick Nieuwendyk   Theatre St.Denis opened March 4, 1916. It was designed by the Montreal architectural firm Barrott, Blackader & Webster. The facade and entrance were in a Greek Revival style in the form of a Temple, whilst the interior and ...

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