Category : Montreal

Gayety Theatre

By: Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca The building which housed the Gayety Theatre, was designed by the architects firm of Ross and MacFarlane, for the Canadian Amusement Company. The building with its balcony and gallery gallery, featured seating for 1600 guests. It ...

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Fairview terminus to stay put, for now

By: Rhonda Massad – mtltimes.ca After a preliminary study by AECOM over the past year, to decide if the terminus should be revamped or moved, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is leaning towards keeping the Fairview terminus location in ...

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British Empire Building

by: Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca   The British Empire building was originally known as the Exchange Bank of Canada.  It was built in 1874 by architect John William Hopkins on property acquired through Alexander Walker Ogilvie, a board member of the bank.   The ...

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What’s going on in Montreal?

By Stuart Nulman – mtltimes.ca   Stephanie Morin-Robert, a Montreal-based dancer, actor, producer and Fringe Festival veteran, has spent the past several months on the West Coast rehearsing and fine-tuning some shows that she plans to perform in the near future. One ...

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