I finally got around to taking a photo of the Maison Saint-Dizier so as to compare with the 1943 photo. Of course the photos were not taken during the same season and there is plenty of foliage that has grown since then and new houses were built on the right. Earth from the metro construction was added to the water's edge with landscaping added. The Maison Saint-Dizier was completely overhauled as the borough has alloted a budget of over a million dollars to renovate, as closely as the original construction as possible. Also, archealogical research was done and is continuing up to next year wich will be the 300th year anniversary (Built in 1710) and hopefully this building will become a museum where all the archealogical discoveries will be displayed. As a partner (SHGV) with the city in this project, we are anxious to see the end results and of course we will be an ardent promoter.