1 rue Notre Dame Est (East)
The most recent courthouse, at 1 Notre-Dame Street East, was built in 1971 and is surely too modern for the neighbourhood. However, considering the year of the construction, 50 years later the exterior look is still actual.
The large building hears both civil and criminal matters where it used to be held in the Ernest Cormier building and the Lucien-Saulnier Building. All courthouses are on Notre-Dame Street.
On the front of the building, a cubic sculpture, the Allegrocube was created by Charles Daudelin in 1973.
[…] justice system infrastructure is dominant on Notre-Dame Street. You can find the new and old court house (Lucien Saulnier Building), Court of Appeal (Ernest Cormier building) and the […]
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