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by Melanie Leavitt Pioneers of the Picket Line: The role of women in the labour movement From sweat-shop floors to picket lines, discover the stories of women – union organizers, community activists, and factory workers – who paved the way for the modern labour movement and workers’ rights in Montreal. A special […]

Talk: Pioneers of the Picket Line





















With invited panelists: Gérard Beaudet, urban planner emeritus, full professor at the École d’urbanisme et d’architecture du paysage, Université de Montréal Luce Lafontaine, architect, chairperson of the Heritage and Development Committee, Héritage Montréal Marie Plourde, borough councillor, Mile End district, chairperson of the Urban Planning Advisory Committee Joshua Wolfe, urbanologue, […]

Round table: The Insertion of Contemporary Architecture in a Heritage ...





The Marché des Possibles, Mile End’s summer gathering place, is back for a second year! The market is produced by POP Montréal in collaboration with the Arrondissement du Plateau Mont-Royal. Mile End Memories will be there with an information table, interactive activities, and of course walking tours of the neighborhood. The market takes place each Friday, […]

History at the Marché des Possibles, 2015 edition



le Champ des Possibles
An unconventional experiment in citizen management of a former industrial site In collaboration with Friends of the Champ des Possibles In May 2013, the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough delegated management of a former industrial site to a citizens’ group, Friends of the Champ des Possibles. Thus was protected a green space in the […]

Discussion: The Champ des Possibles