[caption id="attachment_36327" align="alignleft" width="150"] By: Dick Nieuwendyk - mtltimes.ca[/caption] Canadian Historical Museum - The Canadian Historical Museum was a wax museum devoted entirely to Catholic historical figures, founded by Albert.
[caption id="attachment_36327" align="alignleft" width="150"] By: Dick Nieuwendyk - mtltimes.ca[/caption] On the evening of April 12, 1956, the Canada Life Weather Beacon lit up, when Mayor Jean Drapeau pressed a switch.
[caption id="attachment_36327" align="alignleft" width="150"] By: Dick Nieuwendyk - mtltimes.ca[/caption] Van Horne Warehouse - In 1903, Wilfrid Duqette, a merchant in flour, grain, wood and coal moved his business to the village.
Then & Now Montreal - At the turn of the 20th century the clothing industry was a booming business with many small shops located around St. Laurent Blvd. In order.
Fire Station No. 30 - Saint-Louis du Mile-End was a thriving industrial village that experienced a great expansion in the late 1800s, becoming one of the largest villages of the.
Then and Now Montreal - The building on 2175 de la Montagne is the former residence of Montreal merchant George Wait, his wife Jane Holloway, and their son and two.
The Alexis Nihon Plaza is a 2,400,000 sq ft complex in Downtown Montreal, consisting of a shopping mall, two office towers, and a residential building. It is named after Alexis.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - The Art Association of Montreal was created in 1860 by Most Reverend Francis Fulford, Lord Bishop of Montreal, to encourage the appreciation of fine.
The Grand Trunk Railway building was constructed between 1899 and 1902 on land sold by the City of Montreal to the American owned GTR, to establish its Canadian head office.
The Lachine Rapids were an obstacle for early mariners, forcing them to offload their cargo at the Port of Montreal and haul it overland to avoid the rapids. The first.