Great opportunity to see this film and pick up some information about Projet Montreal. From the NFB page- Glide along the boulevards of St-Henri with the charming perpetual motion machines […]
Now almost famous building at the heart of the expropriate and demolish issues at the core of the government’s Turcot plan. Couple of articles in French discuss the building and […]
Turcot Mobilization meeting April 15th 2010 – 18h00 at CRCS St-Zotique 75, rue Sir Georges-Étienne Quartier Metro Place Saint Henri
Des Cafés citoyens à St-Henri Toute personne qui réside ou qui travaille à St-Henri est invitée à participer à une série de cafés causeries thématiques à l’annexe Charlevoix (633 rue […]
Here is a couple of shots taken by Daniel Guilbert recently on Pullman near the gate to Turcot and the Falaise Saint Jacques. A guess would be that they are […]
Adding a few sites to the old blogroll. Signe Turcot Un échangeur en crise. A junction with issues. Provides information about the project. Turcot Blog “The Turcot interchange, handling over […]
Appel à l’action! Assemblée Populaire Quand? Le jeudi 9 avril, 18 à 21 H Où? Au Centre Communautaire St. Zotique ( 75 Sir George Etienne Cartier, Salle 120) C’est une […]
Turcot won’t be available for long. There are hardly any cities in the world capable of doing this project – who has that kind of land empty so close to […]
You can see how they got started in this post. They sure have grown!
We are community organizations, instituttions, and concerned citizens that have been meeting to discuss and fully understand the impact and implications of rebuilding the elevated highway structures known as the […]
A few shots of the canal like road coming up from de Carillon. This was the main entrance to Turcot after the interchange was built.
Finally, the MTQ people have agreed to hold a public consultation meeting for residents of NDG (for some completely unknown reason they did not originally see NDG as an area […]
Just a reminder that some of us will meet tomorrow at The Green Spot, 3401 Notre Dame Ouest, in Saint Henri at 2pm. All are welcome.
Here is a map of the eastern side of Turcot Yards from 1913. A- Montreal Park & Island Railway(1885-1911). Interesting that they had a facility right there in the middle […]
I’ve only recently discovered this amazing website that focuses on “La Glen” area of Saint Henri or Les Tanneries as it is often called today. It is a remarkable little […]