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.
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 [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.
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 1873, a small group of eight gentlemen sat in a dockside office and formed the Montreal Golf Club. One of them was Alexander.
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 One of Westmount’s first major industrial manufacturing companies was the POM Bakery. Founders Dent Harrison and Thomas Allat, started their business in a small.