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Montreal Hippodrome – main building

Unlike its various stables, the main building of the Montreal Hippodrome was accessible to graffers and urban explorers only for about 3 to 4 weeks in March 2018. Prior to that the spot was kept off-limits by security, and after that the whole site was fenced in ahead of the planned demolition.

Only a selection of what I have photographed is presented here. For clarity’s sake I am showing only the more elaborate pieces. What was created on the last sunday before the fence went up is missing from the retrospective below as I was unable to get back inside to photograph it.

See also:

  • Montreal Hippodrome – the general information page
  • the 2 saddling stables (to be published soon)
    (where the horses are brought for preparation before racing)
  • the 6 regular stables (to be published soon)
    (where the horses are kept in stable boxes when not racing)

Contrairement à ses diverses écuries, l’édifice principal de l’Hippodrome de Montréal n’a été accessible pour les graffeurs et explorateurs urbains que pour une durée de 3 à 4 semaines en mars 2018. Avant cette date la sécurité était très stricte autour de l’édifice, et à la fin de mars 2018 le site complet de l’Hippodrome a été entouré d’une clôture en vue de la démolition.

La galerie-photo ci-dessous n’inclut que les pièces les plus élaborées que j’ai eu la chance de photographier. De plus, ce qui a été créé au cours du dernier dimanche avant l’érection de la cloture autour du site n’y figure pas puisque l’accès y a été coupé et je n’ai pas pu y retourner pour les photos.

Voir aussi:


bleachers, upper deck

General view of the main building’s upper deck.


the back row

Naimo

Scribe

Shok

Sewk

Deep

Tans

Bloei

Resno

Sker

Sapoe

Naimo

Lozek


the middle row

Yema

Resok

Myrage

Sewk

Arek

Shok

Shok

Arek

Sewk

Serum

Owk

Algue

Sekel

Nor


the access corridors

Fokus

Daym

Wase?

Deaf

Ason

bleachers, lower deck

There wasn’t much wall space on the lower deck, hence very little graffiti was done here.

Il y avait très peu d’espace mural à la galerie inférieure, donc très peu d’oeuvres y ont été créées.

Eskro

Algue

Serum

bar/restaurant deck

The Western half of the main building had a bar/restaurant area with view over the tracks. Instead of bleachers, this section had counters and tables for patrons to eat, drink and mingle.

L’aile ouest de l’édifice principal incluait un bar/resto avec vue sur la piste de course. Au lieu de sièges, cette section était composée de comptoirs et tables pour que les clients puissent manger, boire et socialiser.

Eskro

Lyfer

Ekes

Shok

Shok

Shok

Micer

Deep

Ekes

Ekes

Ekes

Kbron

Noper

Psycho

Rescue

Sapoe

various rooms, offices, etc

Algue

Ason

Javx

Leys

Eskro

Pask

Bosny

Arek

Myrage

Myrage

Nybar

staircases

Shok

Arek

Fokus

Sker

corridors

Eskro

Scribe

Naimo

Naimo

Shok

Naimo

Scribe

Naimo

Scribe

Shok

Sewk

Arek

Nor

Algue

Myrage

Naimo

Naimo

Arek

Arek

Royal

Ekes

Borrris

Gnar

Deaf

Deep

Noper

Ekes

Ekes

Fokus

Fokus

Flesh

G.nius

Kbron

Neak

Noper

Psycho

on the roof

Algue and Ekes representing the 203 crew.

Ekes

Lyfer

Sapoe

Ason

Deep

outside

Lyfer, with tag from Snob top right.

Ekes

Time Is Gold

Time Is Gold is the name of the last production supervised by Scaner before he passed away in early September 2017. Most of his closest buddies in crews KG, DA and Four S as well as a few other friends from the Montreal graffiti scene were invited by him to contribute. The production was halfway completed at the time of Scaner’s death, so it then turned into a tribute to the writer the Montreal graff community calls their king. A candle memorial at the base of his unfinished piece was actually where his friends would congregate for a few weeks following the day Scaner passed.

The production is found on the back and side walls as well as around the playground of a private high school in central/eastern Montreal. The premises are therefore only partially accessible and should be respected.

Time Is Gold est le nom de la dernière production dirigée par Scaner avant son décès au début de septembre 2017. La plupart des ses frères dans les crews KG, DA et Four S ainsi que quelques très bons amis de la scène montréalaise du graff ont répondu à son invitation de contribuer à la production. Puisque que celle-ci n’était qu’à demi complétée au moment du décès de Scaner, elle est par la suite devenue un hommage à l’artiste que la communauté montréalaise du graff nomme maintenant son “king”. D’ailleurs un mémorial à la chandelle à la base de sa dernière pièce demeurée inachevée était l’endroit où ses amis sont venus se recueillir et lui rendre hommage pendant quelques semaines suite à son départ.

La production se trouve sur les murs arrière et latéral ainsi qu’autour du terrain de jeu d’une école privée du centre-est de Montréal. Celle-ci n’est conséquemment que partiellement accessible et le coté privé de l’endroit devrait être respecté.

The production’s main wall. Scaner did the outlines of his letters before he passed away. The fill and background of that area were completed by his brothers in KG, Stare and Zek. On the left is Scaner’s crewmate in the Four S’s, Harry Bones.

Top left on the adjacent wall is Cemz.

Serak

Beneath Cemz and Serak is Dodo Osé‘s part.

Sewk (above) and Stare (below).

Ware on letters and mural. More by Ware below.

Axe (top letters and figurative) and Jaber (ground letters). Both have supplied more, scroll down.

Smak

Zek

One more bit by Axe, this is King the squirrel.

Wall of flops featuring Zek, Stare, Deep, Pito, Her, F.One, Jaber, Axe, Some, Shok, Tuna, Oper, Getsa, Zion, Dolar, Casp, Smak, Morz, Peace, Expos, Nixon and many others (feel free to let me know about anyone I have been unable to identify).

Tribute to Jays by Jaker, Peace and Legal (almost completed – finished shot will be put up when the wall is completed).

One more by Jaber, this time his character.

Soten

Trace

Hoacs

Shok

Mersh

123Klan‘s Scien.

Shok

Ware

Sober

Morz

Soma

Pask

Wase

New graffiti May-June 2016

This post features photos of graffiti pieces created around Montreal during May and June 2016 and that I was lucky enough to catch (I was out of the country for 2 weeks during this period). Some graffiti from May is already featured in the earlier post titled New graffiti May 2016. If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les meilleurs graffitis créés à Montréal au cours de mai et juin 2016 et que j’ai eu la chance de trouver et photographier (j’ai été absent deux semaines pendant cette période). Des graffitis faits en mai ont déjà été publiés dans cet article intitulé New graffiti May 2016. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Zek in Hochelaga, from a wall also involving Stare and Tchug (see below).

Stare in Hochelaga, from a wall also involving Zek and Tchug (see above and below).

Tchug in Hochelaga, from a wall also involving Stare and Zek (see above).

Pre-Muralfest piece by Zek.

Pre-Muralfest piece by Ether.

Off-Muralfest piece by the AG Crew.

Off-Muralfest piece by Johste (letters) and Bezoman (character).

Off-Muralfest piece by Legal on letters and Jmoe on characters.

Off-Muralfest piece by Killa EF.

Debza at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Sino at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Skam at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Skam at the abandoned “Jailspot”. This is from the same prod as the Narc and Shok pieces below. Scroll down a bit for one more by Skam.

Narc at the abandoned “Jailspot”. This is from the same prod as the Skam above and Shok below.

Shok at the abandoned “Jailspot”. This is from the same prod as the Narc and Skam pieces above.

Shok in Ahuntsic.

Narc doing Shok’s name in Ahuntsic. This was started late last summer but finally completed in June this year.

Tuna‘s companion piece to the Narc/Shok one above.

Skor in Parc-Ex.

Skor at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Skor in Rosemont.

Scaner in the upper Plateau.

Jaber in the upper Plateau.

Dré aka Earth Crusher in the upper Plateau.

Off-muralfest piece by Scribe.

Scribe near the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Scribe from Ekes’ birthday bash (with 4 pieces below).

Acek from Ekes’ birthday bash (with 3 pieces below and 1 above).

Lyfer from Ekes’ birthday bash (with 2 pieces below and 2 above).

Janek from Ekes’ birthday bash (with piece below and 4 above).

Ekes from his birthday bash (with 4 pieces above).

Awe and Axe graf mural in St-Henri.

Five Eight in St-Henri

Skam in St-Henri. Scroll up for two more by this writer.

Fleo in St-Henri from the same prod as Five Eight above. Skam also contributed a piece but I will include it here later when I manage to catch it without a car parked in front.

This top piece of a St-Henri K6A wall (also featuring the 3 pieces below) was very likely done by Fleo.

Dodo Osé‘s part in the St-Henri K6A wall mentioned above.

Axe‘s part in the St-Henri K6A wall mentioned above.

Fleo‘s part in the St-Henri K6A wall mentioned above.

Osti One from another K6A wall in St-Henri near the one above. The four photos below are part of the same production but murals by Axe and Awe and a few others are not shown here because they were not completed at the time of publishing.

Nerv and Omar from the K6A production mentioned above.

Someone representing RCD (either Beaf, Snok or Yema) from the K6A production mentioned above.

One of two pieces by Naimo for the K6A production mentioned above.

The other one of two pieces by Naimo for the K6A production mentioned above.

Borrris (character) and Naimo (letters) in the Plateau.

Naimo representing Underdogs at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Naimo at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Off-muralfest piece by Naimo in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Hitem‘s companion piece to the Naimo one above in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Nybar in Hochelaga.

Nybar at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Off-muralfest piece by Lyfer in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Lyfer on the side wall of a Plateau car wash (see also 2 pieces below).

Gsup (top) and Janek (bottom) on the side of a Plateau car wash (see also piece above and one below).

Ekes on the door of a Plateau car wash (see also 2 pieces above).

Ekes at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Ekes in Rosemont. This one and the 2 below were done on the same wall at different times, but they existed side by side for a few days.

Ekes in Rosemont. This one and the ones below and above were done on the same wall at different times, but they existed side by side for a few days.

Ekes in Rosemont. This one and the 2 above were done on the same wall at different times, but they existed side by side for a few days.

Pask at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Pask at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Bosny at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Off-muralfest piece by Meor in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Off-muralfest piece by Usem in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Off-muralfest piece by Jaws in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Off-muralfest piece by Narc in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Off-muralfest piece by Kzam in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Jaws in the same spot in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark as his other piece above, but about a week later.

Narc in the same spot in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark as his other piece above, but about a week later.

Kzam in the same spot in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark as his other piece above, but about a week later.

Kzam at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Jaws at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Crane representing the Crazy Apes at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. The three pieces below are from the same production.

Egor at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen alongside the one above and the two below.

Havok at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen alongside the two above and the one below.

Lith at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen alongside the three above.

Fezat from a Crazy Apes production in Rosemont also featuring the two pieces below.

Akuma from a Crazy Apes production in Rosemont also featuring Fezat (see above) and Korb (see below).

Korb from a Crazy Apes production in Rosemont also featuring the two pieces above.

Crane at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Crane at the PSC legal graffiti wall alongside Nor and Royal below.

Nor at the PSC legal graffiti wall alongside Crane above and Royal below.

Royal at the PSC legal graffiti wall alongside Crane and Nor above.

Off-muralfest piece by Beaf in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Yema at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Someone representing RCD (Beaf, Yema or Snok) at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Vogue in the Plateau.

Vogue at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Haks at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Haks at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Off-muralfest piece by Haks in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

EK Sept at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Visible above is an older piece by his crewmate Aces.

Serum at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Yope aka Peyo in Rosemont, alongside the 3 pieces below.

Leaza aka Liza in Rosemont, alongside the piece above and the 2 pieces below.

Gaulois in Rosemont, alongside the 2 pieces above and the one below.

Bopor in Rosemont, alongside the 3 pieces abpve.

Hoarkor at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Wuna in Plateau Ghetto.

Bibi Una in Hochelaga.

Eskro in Rosemont.

Eskro in Rosemont.

Eskro in Rosemont.

Eskro in Rosemont.

Eskro in Rosemont.

Temps at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. An older piece by Gaulois is still visible above.

Max (characters) and Ogen (letters) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. An older piece by Gaulois is still visible above.

Off-muralfest piece by Peams in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark, with a bit of contribution from Scribe.

Monk.e added letters at the base of the mural he did for the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Arose in Rosemont (sorry for the slight cropping, someone took over the right side).

Peru143 throwie in Plateau End.

Rizek at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Heras in Rosemont.

Shrek in Rosemont.

Lamo in Rosemont.

Loser in Rosemont.

Sceak in Rosemont.

Sceak in Rosemont.

Kurst and Owk in Hochelaga.

Faber at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Koni (character) and Saner (letters) at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Resok at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Resok at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Pito at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Skope at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Miow at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Elsol25 in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Elsol25 in the same spot as above, one week later.

Elsol25 at the Canada Malting plant.

Elsol25 at the Canada Malting plant.

Ason in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Bask at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Bask in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Maine aka Secret in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark beneath the Bask one seen above.

Secret in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Zeyo(?) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Noka in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Dolar in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Getsa in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Herlen in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Herlen in the same spot in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark as above, but one week later.

Dekor at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Dekor at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Dekor at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Ecler at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Miles in Rosemont.

Able at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Ekual in Rosemont

Feez in Rosemont

Blek in Rosemont

War in Rosemont

Bomr and Nasp at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Bomr at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Nasp at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Bomr at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Nasp at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Deep at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Cons at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Lyfer

Lyfer from the 203 crew is known to do some canvas/gallery art, but streetwise is he strictly a graffiti artist. In my opinion he is one of the best writers of his generation. He constantly reinvents himself and doesn’t stick to only one style of writing. He explores, experiments and often surprises. Not only is he very talented, but he is also incredibly prolific. To give you an idea of the size of his body of work, know that the gallery below, despite being quite extensive, only features a fraction of the work Lyfer has left in our streets, alleys and abandoned spaces over the past few years.

For more photos than what is featured here, or if you are curious about his studio work, check out his Instagram and Tumblr pages.

Lyfer, du crew 203, pratique la peinture sur canevas, mais dans la rue il ne fait que du graffiti. A mon avis il est un des meilleurs graffeurs de sa génération. Une de ses forces est de savoir toujours se réinventer et de ne pas se limiter à un seul style. Il aime explorer, expérimenter et surprendre. Il n’est pas que très talentueux, il est aussi très prolifique. Pour donner une idée de sa présence dans nos rues, ruelles et espaces abandonnés, sachez que la galerie-photo ci-dessous, bien que très garnie, ne présente qu’une fraction de ce que l’artiste a créé au cours des dernières années.

Pour en voir plus que ce que je présente ci-dessous, ou si vous êtes interéssé par son travail en studio, jetez un coup d’oeil à ses pages Instagram et Tumblr.


graffiti

Pieces in this section are shown in approximate reverse chronological order, so the most recent are at the top.

Les pièces de cette section de la galerie sont présentées en ordre chronologique inverse, de la plus récente à la plus vieille que j’ai photographiée.

Close-up on Lyfer’s letter piece within the 203 crew wall for the Canettes de Ruelle alley production. Scroll down to the ‘contribution to multi-artist murals’ section below to see the full wall also featuring Borrris and Ekes.

On an abandoned warehouse.

In a Plateau back alley.

In the Plateau.

On an abandoned house in the Plateau.

On a 203 Crew wall in Hochelaga.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.; comment above is by “Snob”.

On the roof of the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

Lyfer’s part in the 203 crew wall at the Festival de Canes in Longueuil.

Lyfer (top letters), Rove (ground letters) and Opire (croc) in Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

On an abandoned warehouse in Hochelaga.

Off-Mural Festival 2017 work by Ekes (top) and Lyfer (ground level) in a Plateau alley.

Lyfer (left) with Ekes (right) from a 203 jam around a Plateau block.

Lyfer (top) with Nstor (ground level) from a 203 jam around a Plateau block.

Lyfer alone near the above two pieces.

In Rosemont.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

In an abandoned warehouse.

Winter production far from civilization and the usual spots (but still in Montreal!).

In Hochelaga.

On the roof of an abandoned building in Hochelaga.

Inside an abandoned building in Hochelaga.

Lyfer (letters) and Awe (back) on truck done during the 2016 edition of the Hip Hop You Don’t Stop festival.

Lyfer (top) and Ekes (bottom) in Hochelaga.

In an abandoned place.

For the Plaza Walls event in Petite-Patrie.

Lyfer’s part in the 2016 Amalgam Festival in Sherbrooke.

The 203 crew wall for the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival featuring, from top to bottom, Lyfer, Ekes, Naimo and Sener, with baseball player by Arnold.

Lyfer (bottom) and Janek (top) in Hochelaga.

2016 off-muralfest piece in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

In Hochelaga for Ekes’ 2016 birthday bash.

Lyfer on letters and Cryote on character for the 2016 Sun Youth front wall multi-artist production.

On the side of a Plateau carwash.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome. Lacking a roller, Lyfer splashed paint on the wall to create a background then drew the outline of his letters over it.

In a Montreal suburb.

Trackside Lyfer.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

At the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

On a bridge pillar.

On the abandoned Canada Malting plant.

In a narrow St-Henri alley.

In the abandoned Transco.

In the abandoned Transco.

In the abandoned Transco.

Lyfer (left) and Ekes (right) in the abandoned Transco.

In the abandoned Transco.

In the abandoned Transco.

In the abandoned Transco.

In the abandoned Transco.

In the abandoned Transco.

Beneath a highway in an industrial part of town.

Lyfer (left) and Ekes (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

In the abandoned Transco.

Lyfer (left) and Opire (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

In an empty lot in the Eastern part of Montreal.

Truck side by Lyfer with the help of Bosny for the rats.

On roof of the abandoned “Jailspot”.

On roof of the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Lyfer and Babar (bottom) with throws and tags by Sneak and Venise above, at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Near the PSC legal graffiti wall. Throws seen above are by Bank and Owk.

In an Hochelaga-Maisonneuve alley.

In the Old Port.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Seen above is a piece by Waxhead.

On an abandoned building in the eastern part of town.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Lyfer’s part from a collaboration with Arose in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

Hitem (bottom left), Lyfer (bottom right) and Crane (above) near the PSC legal graffiti wall.

On a wall in Rosemont where graffiti is tolerated.

Next to the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

In Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

At the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Next to the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

On a semi-official wall in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

In Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

Beneath a highway in industrial Montreal.

On a garage wall in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

Trackside piece.

Beneath a highway in an industrial part of town.

In Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

This is presumed to be by Lyfer representing his 203 crew. Other artists around are unidentified.

In an alley in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

Inside the Omnipac building on the corner of Van Horne and Parc (now gone).

This multi-artist wall in St-Henri features Lyfer (top) above, from left to right, Cens, Opire (character), Awe, Five Eight and Juice Funk.

In an empty lot in the eastern part of town.

Lyfer (top) and Nybar (below) in an alley in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

Deep (left) and Lyfer (right) in an abandoned building.

On a Plateau wall.

In Ville-Marie.

Lyfer (left) and Algue (right) in an empty lot in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

Under some bridge.


contribution to multi-artist murals

The 203 crew wall by Borrris, Lyfer and Ekes for the 2018 Canettes de Ruelle alley production. Scroll up to the ‘graffiti’ section above for a close-up on Lyfer’s letter piece.

The 203 crew wall for the 2018 edition of the Under Pressure Festival features Lyfer alongside Ekes, Arnold, Borrris, Flying Eric, Opire and Algue.

The 203 crew wall for the 2017 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. The 203 Invader with the munchies is by Opire and the one with the giggles is by Arnold and Borrris. The top letters – actually numbers – are by Naimo, the ground ones by Ekes and all the wraparound is by Lyfer and Ekes plus probably a few more 203s…

The 203 Crew wall at the Estival de Canes 2018 features Lyfer alongside Flying Eric, Arnold, Borrris, Ekes and Algue.


throws

This section is meant to show throw-ups by Lyfer, but as you can see from the gallery below, the artist rarely contents himself with just a flat outline + fill. There’s almost always a bit of 3D depth given to his outlines.

Le throw est une pièce de graffiti rapide consistant généralement en un simple contour avec une seule couleur de remplissage. Lyfer ne peut se contenter de si peu pour les siens; comme on peut le voir dans la galerie ci-dessous, il ajoute souvent un peu de profondeur à ses pièces rapides en élaborant ses contours.

In an empty lot in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

In Hochelaga.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

In NDG.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.