La Main, toujours de son temps – Sherbrooke/Mont-Royal

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Deuxième série:
dans le Mile End
Imprimé depuis: http://amisboulevardstlaurent.com/panneaux/sherbrooke-mont-royal/ .
© Les Amis du / Friends of Boulevard St-Laurent 2017.

7 commentaires  

  1. carol ann venafro écrit:

    Hi! I have lived in Montreal all my life. The first 22 years on Berri and Marie-Anne. I love my city and I am grateful to see that there are people interested in it’s past history and what made us who we are today.
    I think this is an idea that can be done in all parts of the city. What architecture! What stories! Understanding and respecting everyone and their stories is essentiel to living together and respecting our diversities. Congratulations!

  2. Wyse écrit:

    Hi,

    You did a great job of parts of the Main but you left out the side of 3790 St.Lawrence which was in my family since 1902-1995. The tin shop/gift shop or hardware store was named S. Bernhaut Ltd. and it was in the building which is now a nail salon sandwiched in between Brown’s Department store. My parents ran the store until they could no longer work..into their eighties. The store had thousands of pots,pans, hammers, nails, and ceramic figures jammed all in their own corners of the store. My Dad cut keys after the stove pipe business dropped off and he also cut windows for the neighbourhood. My Mom ran the business and was the saleperson.

    I too, worked in the store and I can remember when the Russian ships would dock and groups of Russians (always in groups and never alone) would come into the store for the gold glass plates which they favoured.

    Thanks for this wonderful project.

    Roz Wyse

  3. marc écrit:

    Est ce que le circuit « enregistré » sur la rue St-Laurent qui se fait à pieds est toujours disponible svp?
    Merci

  4. admin écrit:

    Bonjour Marc,

    Oui, le podcast sur le boulevard Saint-Laurent, réalisé par La Presse est toujours disponible (en français seulement) sur le site Internet de la Société de développement du boulevard saint-Laurent à l’adresse suivante : http://www.boulevardsaintlaurent.com.
    Bon parcours !

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