The Turcot Interchange is a “spaghetti interchange” found in southwest Montreal, on the western edge of St-Henri. An ugly sight from the ground, and crumbling a mere 40 years after it was built, the Ministère des Transports du Québec is currently demolishing and rebuilding it. The chosen design is one that caused some controversy, but […]Read more "Saint-Henri-des-Tanneries"
I have lived in Saint-Henri for 15 years now. It’s a neighbourhood that has seen lots of change in that time, and in the past couple of years especially I have seen a fair amount of gentrification (not necessarily a bad thing as this Atlantic article examines). Truth be told, though, I do not know […]Read more "Beginnings / Débuts"