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The Green (Line 1) line is one of the four lines of the metro in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The section between Atwater and Frontenac was part of the initial network; the extension to Honoré-Beaugrand was completed in 1976, and to Angrignon in 1978.


List of stations Edit

NameOdonymNamesake
Line 1 - Green
Angrignon Boulevard Angrignon; Parc Angrignon J.B. Arthur Angrignon, city councillor
Monk Boulevard Monk James Monk, Attorney-General of Quebec
Jolicoeur Rue Jolicoeur J-Moïse Jolicoeur, parish priest
Verdun Rue de Verdun; borough of Verdun Notre-Dame-de-Saverdun, France, hometown of Seigneur Zacharie Dupuis
De L'Église Avenue de l'Église Église Saint-Paul
LaSalle Boulevard LaSalle Robert Cavelier de La Salle, French explorer
Charlevoix Rue Charlevoix F.-X. de Charlevoix, French historian and explorer
Lionel-Groulx Avenue Lionel-Groulx Fr. Lionel Groulx, Quebec historian
Atwater Avenue Atwater Edwin Atwater, city councillor
Guy-Concordia
Formerly Guy
Rue Guy Étienne Guy, landowner
Concordia University Concordia salus (Prosperity Through Concord), motto of Montreal
Peel Rue Peel Robert Peel, British Prime Minister
McGill Avenue McGill College; McGill University James McGill, Scottish-Canadian businessman
Place-des-Arts Place des Arts cultural complex
Saint-Laurent Boulevard Saint-Laurent Saint Lawrence or Saint Lawrence River
Berri-UQAM
Formerly Berri-de Montigny
Rue Berri Name given by Migeon de Branssat in 1669; origin unknown
Université du Québec à Montréal
Rue de Montigny Testard de Montigny family
Beaudry Rue Beaudry Pierre Beaudry, landowner
Papineau Avenue Papineau Joseph Papineau, Quebec politician (father of Louis-Joseph Papineau)
Frontenac Rue Frontenac Louis de Buade de Frontenac, Govenor-Geneneral of New France
Préfontaine Rue Préfontaine; Parc Raymond-Préfontaine Raymond-Fournier Préfontaine, mayor of Montreal
Joliette Rue Joliette Barthélemy Joliette, founder of Joliette, Quebec
Pie-IX Boulevard Pie-IX Pope Pius IX
Viau Rue Viau Charles-Théodore Viau, Quebec cookie magnate and parish volunteer
Assomption Boulevard de l'Assomption Named to commemorate the proclamation of the Dogma of the Assumption of Mary by Pope Pius XII in 1950
Cadillac Rue de Cadillac Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, French explorer
Langelier Boul. Langelier François-Charles-Stanislas Langelier, mayor of Quebec City and Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec
Radisson Rue Radisson Pierre-Esprit Radisson, French explorer
Honoré-Beaugrand Rue Honoré-Beaugrand Honoré Beaugrand, Quebec author and mayor of Montreal

See also Edit

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