Dalhousie street

1938
2014
Dalhousie street looking north at Rideau Street.
Dalhousie street looking north at Rideau Street.
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Most of the buildings are still up. Different story for the Monument National
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The Monument National was erected at the north-west corner of Dalhousie Street and George Street where the Marriott is nowadays....
1938
2013
The Monument National at Dalhousie and George Street in the ByWard Market
Parking of the Courtyard Marriott on George and Dalhousie
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Francophone community iconic building demolished to make room for an American chain.
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The imposing building at the corner of Dalhousie and George was "Le Monument National", fortress of francophone culture in Ontario. It was built in 1906 and was demolished in 1961 to make room for a Holiday Inn(!). In 1903, the lawyer J.O. Vincent as well as  many other members of the...
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