Jeanne Mance Street (French: rue Jeanne-Mance) is a north-south street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, located east of Park Avenue. It was named in 1914 in honour of Jeanne Mance, the founder of the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal, which is also located along this street.
|Native name||French: rue Jeanne-Mance|
|Former name(s)||Mance Street|
Upper Saint George Street
Saint Sulpice Street
Saint George Street
|Location||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|South end||Viger Avenue|
|North end||Gouin Boulevard|
Jeanne Mance Street spans nearly the entire island of Montreal, but in several discontinuous portions. It starts in the south at Viger Avenue and continues north to Pine Avenue but does not connect to it as it is a dead end. It resumes north of Jeanne-Mance Park, from Mount Royal Avenue to Van Horne Avenue. Another section goes from Beaubien Street up to the Canadian Pacific tracks. It then continues in several discontinuous stretches along the same axis and ends slightly north of Gouin Boulevard.
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