1843 Special committee’s report on the purchase price of the land to build the new market

La Minerve
December 21st 1843

1843 Special committee’s position on how and what the new market should be

La Minerve
December 28th 1843

1844 Launching of an architectural competition to draw plans for the new market

La Minerve
January 29th 1844

1844 Extension of the architectural competition

La Minerve
March 7th 1844

1844 Architectural competitions’ first prize awarded to William Footner

La Minerve
May 9th 1844

1845 Laying of the cornerstone of the new market

La Minerve
August 11th 1845

1845 Voting by the municipal council of a supplementary budget for masonry work

La Minerve
October 30th 1845

1846 The marché Bonsecours name is officially approved

La Minerve
December 24th 1846

1846 Name of Place Jacques-Cartier

La Minerve
December 31th 1846

1847 Official closing of the Marché-Neuf (Place Jacques-Cartier)

La Minerve
January 4th 1847

1847 Butchers and second hand merchants ask the municipal council to lower the price charged for stalls

La Minerve
January 28th 1847

1850 Industrial Exhibition presentation

La Minerve
October 21st 1850

1850 Industrial Exhibition presentation

La Minerve
October 24th 1850

1851 The police station is located in Marché Bonsecours

La Minerve
November 6th, 1851

1852 Celebration for the Montréal’s Fire Company

La Minerve
January 10th, 1852

1852 City hall is moved in the southwest wing of Marché Bonsecours

La Minerve
January 20th, 1852

1852 City Hall’s official opening

La Minerve
January 27th, 1852

1853 Break-in at City Hall

La Minerve
August 4th, 1853

1855 Provincial Exhibition’s opening

La Minerve
March 9th, 1855

1855 Provincial Exhibition’s closing

La Minerve
March 13th 1855

1856 Annual celebration of the Institut des artisans

La Minerve
January 30th 1856

1856 Opening of an exhibition by the Canadian Institute in the executive committee’s room

La Minerve
July 29th 1856

1870 Marché Bonsecours on Christmas Eve

L'opinion publique
January 8th 1870

1870 Accident on the river

Canadian Illustrated news
April 16th 1870

1870 Scale to weigh butter at Marché Bonsecours

Canadian Illustrated news
December 31st 1870

1872 Mgr. Bourget’s golden jubilee: arrival at City Hall

L'opinion publique
November 14th 1872

1872 Mgr. Bourget’s golden jubilee

L'opinion publique
November 11th 1872

1874 The stall of Mr.Poulin and company

L'opinion publique
January 15th 1874

1874 Montréal and its monuments

L'opinion publique
June 25th 1874

1876 Flooding in Montréal – the wharfs on May 20th

L'opinion publique
June 1st 1876

1878 The new city hall building

L'opinion publique
January 24th 1878

1879 Removing the ice

L'opinion publique
May 15th 1879

1879 The market in Bonsecours church in springtime

Canadian Illustrated news
April 5th 1879

1880 Saturday at Marché Bonsecours

Canadian Illustrated news
January 10th 1880

1880 Crossing the Saint-Lawrence in the winter

L'opinion publique
March 11th 1880

1880 The apple market

L'opinion publique
November 11th 1880

1887 The slide on Place Jacques-Cartier

Le Monde illustré
January 29th 1887

1887 The old Saint-Lawrence shaking off its fetters

Le Monde illustré
April 30th 1887

1888 Montréal’s harbour seen from the Canadian Pacific’s elevators

Dominion Ilustrated, tiré de from ANQ, coll. E.Z. Massicotte 1-151-b
November 3rd 1888

1888 Place Jacques-Cartier

Dominion Ilustrated, tiré de from ANQ, coll. E.Z. Massicotte 2-180-b
December 22nd 1888

1888 Rue Saint-Paul in the winter

Dominion Ilustrated, excerpt from ANQ, coll. E.Z. Massicotte 7-86-a
December 22nd 1888

1891 Supplying ice to the City of Montréal

Le Monde illustré
February 23rd 1891

1891 The 1891 fire

Dominion Ilustrated, excerpt from ANQ, coll. E.Z. Massicotte 1-151-a
February 24th 1891

1899 The Saint-Lawrence before the ice break-up

Le Monde illustré
April 29th 1899

1900 The old Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours church

Le Monde illustré
June 30th 1900

1903 Typical scene in Marché Bonsecours

L'Album universel
May 2nd 1903

1905 The largest food center in Montréal

L'Album universel
October 14th 1905

1905 On Place Jacques-Cartier, it’s an incredible tangling of cars and pedestrians

L'Album universel
October 14th 1905

1905 Housewives get to the market early to have more choice

L'Album universel
October 14th 1905

1905 Merchants are not short on cheerfulness under the arcades of Marché Bonsecours

L'Album universel
October 14th 1905

1906 Pictureque view of Place Bonsecours

L'Album universel
March 27th 1906

1906 Springtime scene at the market

Le Monde illustré, tiré de ANQ, coll. E.Z. Massicotte 2-180-d
June 9th 1906

1908 Winter 1908: a difficult Christmas for the merchants

La Patrie (1)
December 22nd 1908

1908 Winter 1908: a difficult Christmas for the merchants

La Patrie (2)
December 22nd 1908

1911 Request for Marché Bonsecours’ renovation

La Patrie
January 4th 1911

1912 View from #2 silo in front of Marché Bonsecours

Standard, excerpt from ANQ, coll. EZ. Masicotte 1-4-a
June 6th 1912

1912 The new #2 silo

Standard, tiré de ANQ, coll. E.Z. Masicotte 4-214-a
August 24th 1912

1912 The Marché Bonsecours is congested

La Patrie
October 5th 1912

1912 The new #2 silo

Canadian Courrier, tiré de ANQ, coll. E.Z. Massicotte 4-196-f
October 12th 1912

1912 Prices at Marché Bonsecours

La Patrie
October 25th 1912

1932 On Place Jacques-Cartier, view from rue des Commissaires (de la Commune)

Standard
October 22th 1932

1932 On Place Jacques-Cartier, in front of City Hall

Standard
October 22th 1932

1935 On Place Jacques-Cartier

La Patrie
March 10th 1935

1937 Tribute to William Footner, Marché Bonsecours’ architect

Standard
December 11th 1937

1940 A glance at Marché Bonsecours

La Presse
May 18th 1940

1944 Prior to becoming a successful well-known author, Gabrielle Roy worked as a journalist. In October 1944, she proposed to her readers to discover a farmer’s day at the market. (page 4)

Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs

1944 Prior to becoming a successful well-known author, Gabrielle Roy worked as a journalist. In October 1944, she proposed to her readers to discover a farmer’s day at the market. (page 5)

Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs

1944 Prior to becoming a successful well-known author, Gabrielle Roy worked as a journalist. In October 1944, she proposed to her readers to discover a farmer’s day at the market. (page 6)

Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs

1944 Prior to becoming a successful well-known author, Gabrielle Roy worked as a journalist. In October 1944, she proposed to her readers to discover a farmer’s day at the market. (page 1)

Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs

1944 Prior to becoming a successful well-known author, Gabrielle Roy worked as a journalist. In October 1944, she proposed to her readers to discover a farmer’s day at the market. (page 2)

Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs

1944 Prior to becoming a successful well-known author, Gabrielle Roy worked as a journalist. In October 1944, she proposed to her readers to discover a farmer’s day at the market. (page 3)

Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs

1946 A fire devastates Marché Bonsecours

La Patrie (1)
December 9th 1946

1946 A fire devastates Marché Bonsecours

La Patrie (2)
December 9th 1946

1946 A fire devastates Marché Bonsecours

Le Canada
December 9th 1946

1947 Marché Bonsecours is renovated

Le Petit journal (1)
September 14th 1947

1948 Firefighter injured in the fire

La Patrie (3)
January 11th 1948

1948 Firefighter injured in the fire

La Patrie (2)
January 11th 1948

1948 Firefighter injured in the fire

La Patrie (1)
January 11th 1948

1948 Severe fire at Marché Bonsecours

Le Canada (1)
January 10th 1948

1948 Severe fire at Marché Bonsecours

Le Canada (2)
January 10th 1948

1948 The Marché Bonsecours dome on fire

La Patrie (1)
January 10th 1948

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