Honore-Beaugrand Street

Between Hochelaga Street 
and 
Honore-Beaugrand Metro Station

This part of Honore-Beaugrand Street lined with bungalows is a perfect illustration of the local neighborhood. In spite of the standardization of the bungalow and by way of assorted landscapes, this particular lay out shows a scenery rather diversified yet typical.

A voluntary exile in youth, a man of culture in maturity, Honore-Beaugrand was passionately devoted to liberty and to new ideas. At the age of 17 he left Canada and did not come back until 13 years later. He was twice elected mayor of Montreal (1885 and 1887) and, as a journalist, he constantly expressed ideas and adopted stands that created scandal or conflict.

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