Louis-Joseph Forget House
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Louis-Joseph Forget House information
This Victorian mansion was built in the late 19th century for the first francophone chairman of the Montréal Stock Exchange, Louis-Joseph Forget. Forget was also a founding member of the Mont-Royal Club and ran the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) – much like George Stephen, an earlier CPR president who founded the Mt Stephen Club .