Susan Bronson and Justin Bur
Discover the rich history of the built heritage of Saint-Laurent Boulevard between Mount Royal and Van Horne Avenues, as well as the many personalities who built it and lived and worked there over the last century.
Date and time:
Sunday 16 May 2010, 2:00-4:30 p.m., rain or shine
Southwest corner of Saint-Laurent Boulevard and Mount Royal Avenue (55, 97 or 11 bus, métro Mont-Royal)
Corner of Saint-Laurent Boulevard and Van Horne Avenue (55 bus, métro Rosemont)
English (click here for details of French tour)
$12 per person ($8 for members of Friends of Saint-Laurent Boulevard)
* Mile End Memories is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the heritage, history and culture of the Mile End neighbourhood.
** The Friends of Saint-Laurent Boulevard is a not-for-profit organization that works, with several partners, to identify and promote the immaterial and material heritage of Saint-Laurent Boulevard between De la Commune and Jean-Talon Streets, and to preserve the spirit of this National Historic Site of Canada.