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Montreal Then & Now

A series of articles by Dick Nieuwendyk highlighting the evolution of Montreal architecture.

By Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca By the late 19th century, 500 miles of Montreal streets were served by only 90 miles of poorly constructed sewers. The city was burdened by the staggering infant mortality rate among the poor and numerous outbreaks of infectious diseases. [caption...
by Dick Nieuwendyk [caption id="attachment_18310" align="alignleft" width="300"] Thomas Shaughnessy Mansion - ca 1986[/caption] Shaughnessy House in Montreal's Golden Square Mile, was designed by Montreal architect William Thomas in 1874. Today it is part of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. The surrounding district is named Shaughnessy...
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