Learning Out of Bounds: Montreal’s British and Canadian School Kindled Reformist Dreams of Liberal Education

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Title
Learning Out of Bounds: Montreal’s British and Canadian School Kindled Reformist Dreams of Liberal Education
Abstract
In 1826, James O’Donnell, the architect of Montreal’s new Notre Dame Church, drew up the plans for the non-denominational British and Canadian School that was built by John Redpath and opened the following September at the corner of Lagauchetière and Coté Streets in the heart of what is now Chinatown. The building still stands.
Publication
Quebec Heritage News
Volume
Vol. 4
Issue
no. 7
Pages
10-12
Date
January-February 2008
Language
en
Citation
MacLeod, Rod. “Learning Out of Bounds: Montreal’s British and Canadian School Kindled Reformist Dreams of Liberal Education.” Quebec Heritage News Vol. 4, no. 7 (February 2008): 10–12.
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