Goose Village

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Goose Village
Abstract
Goose Village was located near Griffintown in the southwest part of Montreal. Officially known as Victoriatown, after the adjacent Victoria Bridge, it was largely populated by working class Irish Montrealers from the mid-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. By 1960, the Irish had been replaced by Italian immigrants. In 1964, the area was demolished on the orders of the City of Montreal. Today, a Costco store and its parking lot sits on what was once part of Goose Village.
Type
School of Architecture student paper
University
McGill University
Place
Montreal
Date
1983
# of Pages
15p.
Language
en
Citation
Poddubiuk, Mark. “Goose Village.” School of Architecture student paper, McGill University, 1983.
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