A RICH HISTORY

Since the early 20th Century, the area surrounding Maison Fides was at the heart of Montreal’s cultural and intellectual life. The original Fides building was constructed in 1964, with a modernist style by the architecture firm Morin et Le Borgne. Its first occupants were Les Éditions Fides, one of Canada’s first French-language publishers, which were founded in 1937. Even then, the location was considered ideal for an important cultural institution. This is even more true today – as this building was erected before the construction of the metro, two nearby malls, UQAM, the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal, the Ville-Marie expressway, which was covered for pave way for the construction of Canada’s largest hospital complex. There are still many historic buildings in the area that attest to Montreal’s rich history, including 19th century gothic churches, the Old Port and the impressive City Hall, which was built in 1878 in Napoleon III style.

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