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The Lacine Canal

In the early history of Canada, the rivers were our highways. Voyageurs, ships and settlers moved along our rivers to get where they needed to go. The importance of rivers can be seen in the fact that when the Hudson’s Bay Company received its Royal...

The Victoria Bridge of Montreal

At Montreal, there is a bridge that spans the St. Lawrence River and may seem relatively normal, as far as bridges go. Running for three kilometres, with 24 ice-breaking piers, this bridge is far from normal. When it was built, a decade before...

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