164, rue Jeanne Mance
The Pauline-Charron Center is a non-profit community center for the elderly that originates from the “Club 60″, founded in 1963. The center was named in honor of its founding president who died in 1979. The present building was opened in 1997. In 2003, the center had over 1,300 members.
Mural of the Volunteers
Artist: Daniel Riel
This mural, located behind the center, symbolizes the many volunteers, and volunteer organizations, at work in our community. Installed on the back of Centre Pauline-Charron, a community centre for French-speaking seniors built through the efforts and contributions of many volunteers.
Mural of Cooperative Work
Artist: Marie-France Hétu with seniors and children
These cooperative works between children and seniors, designed as puzzle pieces, create a link between generations. The first depicts the tree of life. The second is the Community through the times, the past, the present and the future.