New public art at cruise-ship terminal a tribute to pioneering Montreal women

The city of Montreal will spend $1.5 million to install a 16-metre-tall piece of public art at the new cruise-ship terminal at the Old Port. Called Leurs effigies, the piece by artist Yann Pocreau features a stainless-steel vaulted arch. It is a tribute to three women: Jeanne Mance, a co-founder of Montreal; Marguerite Bourgeoys, who founded the Congrégation […]...

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By: Montreal Gazette - Tuesday, 13 March

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