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The main issue here is that this location is a bit of "dead zone" near the 1 Street / 17 Avenue boutique districts. There are two churches nearby, and so these are only active for a few short hours in week. There's a high-end restaurant...More
This little park has a lot of potential but is in a sad state of disrepair. The brick wall facing on to 17 Ave has been crumbling for years and the information signs that speak to the area's francophone history are barely legible. I guess...More
This square may have a history, written on plaques along the path going from the front to the end of the square, but the presence of 4 appear-to-be-homelss people sitting on one of the benches led me to put my guard up and walked through...More