In May and June I spent my weekends walking every lane in Verdun just photographing things as I went along. Unlike Turcot, which was a journey of discovery, these lane […]
Came across this on Wellington street in Verdun early one morning recently. No idea who the artist is but would like to see more!
Was delighted to see the location (storefront on the left) of the NDP election headquarters for Jeanne LeBer on Verdun avenue. It had been a driving school for many years […]
Much colder than it looked out there today. It’s good to sit down there when it’s warmer and watch the river flow. There must be something musical in the movements […]
Thanks to Les over at Verdun Connections for posting this beauty. Lest anyone believes that bicycling is some kind of new trend in Montreal please keep in mind that Montreal […]
Was built in the late 60’s. In the 1930’s Mayor Wilson vowed that there would never be private development on the Verdun Waterfront. People used to swim in the river […]
Thanks to Les over at Verdun Connections for coming up with this one.
Taken off the Verdun Coast. The first one is from two weeks ago when we were having a pretty mild January, and the second is from yesterday after a relative […]
Article in today’s Gazette discusses the Cresendo Restaurant on the Verdun Waterfront. Seems the city would like to sue for unpaid back taxes, but the restaurant claims it had a […]
Thanks to Guy over at SHGV for finding the initial photographs and information. From Guy, ” I wonder how many Verdunites are aware that there existed a large sporting complex […]
On the Verdun Waterfront last Sunday.