by Dick Nieuwendyk Charles Rudolph Hosmer was born in 1851 at Coteau-Landing, Quebec. He was a self-made entrepreneur who began working as a telegraphist with the Grand Trunk Railway Telegraph.
by Dick Nieuwendyk – Montreal Times In 1815, William Fleming, a Scottish immigrant, built a stone house and a wooden windmill on his property in Lower-Lachine, facing Lac Saint-Louis, near.
by Dick Nieuwendyk – Montreal Times Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and national shrine on the western slope of Mount Royal in Montreal.
by Dick Nieuwendyk – Montreal Times In 1824 James Snowdon Sr. purchased 60 acres on the island of Montreal. Originally an apple yard, his three sons, James Jr., William Comrie,.
by Dick Nieuwendyk – Montreal Times [caption id="attachment_17711" align="alignleft" width="196"] Photo: Alexander Henderson/McCord Museum Arch[/caption] In the early nineteenth century the woodlands located on the mountain in the Trafalgar (Côte-des-Neiges.
by Dick Nieuwendyk – Montreal Times James Leveson Ross was a Scottish-born Canadian engineer, businessman and philanthropist, who established his fortune mainly through railway construction, notably for the Canadian Pacific.
by Dick Nieuwendyk – Montreal Times In 1899, the year the Mount Royal Club was founded, Montreal was at the apex of its power and influence resulting from the city’s.