Videos

Souvenirs de Parc-Extension durant les années 50 & 60

Crée par Lily Perreault & André Quesnel.

Park Extension Oral History Project

Park Extension Oral History Project

Length: 1 hour 7 min
License: Creative Commons (by-nc-nd)
Year of Production: 2010
Director: Joanne Penhale
Producer: Joanne Penhale

The Montreal borough of Park Extension - or Park Ex - has about 33,000 residents in 2 square kilometres of land and is bordered on all sides: rail lines on the east and south sides, a highway along the north end, and on the west side, a fence and six-lane boulevard which separates it from the wealthy neighbouring Town of Mont Royal. Most of Park Ex's residents are born outside of Canada. Various religious and cultural communities thrive in the neighbourhood, and at least a dozen languages are widely spoken.

In the spring of 2010, about 25 Park Exers shared stories and perspectives about life in the neighbourhood. The results are this 68-minute documentary, which touches on topics including what Park Ex used to be like, housing, new friendships, policing, religion, language, raising kids, access to public services, and more.

Winter greetings / Vœux d'hiver


Snowstorm in 1970 or 1971, in front of the Beaverbrook buildings on Saint-Roch St. in Park Extension. Photo posted by Joanne Trainor to the SHPEHS Facebook group, video created by James Trainor.

Bienvenue dans Parc-Extension

Une série de vidéos et de textes crées dans le cadre du centenaire de Parc-Extension en 2017, maintenant disponibles sur le site du Centre d'histoire de Montréal.

Les multiples visages de Parc-Extension


Travailler dans Parc-Extension


Vivre ensemble dans Parc-Extension


S'épanouir dans Parc-Extension