A History of Canada by Montreal Metro

Discovering Canadian History One Station at a Time

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Pie IX (named after Pope Pius IX). Green Line. Opened in 1976.

As regular readers will know, there has not much been happening with the History of Canada by Montreal Metro lately. Job hunting in the first part of the year paid off so things had to slow down here, though I never imagined it would be this much.

Rest assured, from mid-October, when I will have given papers at the Society of Utopian Studies conference in Toronto (on the homeless humanists of the sixteenth century) and to the McGill Medievalists (on the funeral of Henry VII), a more frequent service will resume.

Until then, why not follow me on Twitter ( @samuellwood ) where, among other things, you’ll find re-tweets of things historically Canadian, including this article from Marian Scott, writing in the Gazette, about how Old Montreal was saved from demolition by two feisty architects of late modernism.

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Copyright Samuel Wood 2012 unless otherwise stated. Metro Maps copyright STM 1997-2012 and used under licence: http://www.stm.info/en-bref/developpeurs-licence.htm
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