Old Montreal Stock Exchange Building - The first exchange in Canada began in 1832 as an informal stock exchange at the Exchange Coffee House, at the corner of St. Paul.
Then and Now Montreal - The Second Empire-style hotel, designed by Architect William Boyington opened in January 1878. The opening gala, the largest social gathering Montreal had ever seen, was.
[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.
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.
In the 1860s, cutting of trees on the mountain for firewood outraged many people living near the mountain and led to the area’s expropriation by the City of Montreal in.
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.
by Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca [caption id="attachment_20441" align="alignleft" width="300"] Lady Meredith House (1906) - Notman Archive (McCord Museum)[/caption] The land on which the house stands was originally part of the.
by Dick Nieuwendyk - mtltimes.ca [caption id="attachment_19964" align="alignleft" width="233"] Donald Smith, 1st Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal (National Archives of Canada)[/caption] Strathcona Hall was designed and constructed in 1904 by.