Hochelaga Street

According to Historica Canada, the name Hochelaga Street refers to an Indian village visited in 1535 by Jacques Cartier, a French explorer considered today as the "founder" of Canada. 

However, and to this day, no exact location or reliable evidence of the Hochelaga village has ever been found but, in 1920, Hochelaga was designated an historic site based on a reliable document written by Jacques Cartier. 

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Hochelaga Street