Plaques, Statues, etc.:
Statue in front of Supreme Court Building
Places, Buildings, etc.
Named After Prime Minister:
St-Laurent. Geographic township in Algoma District, N.E. of the town of Cochrane, Ontario. Named after Louis St-Laurent who was Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada in 1945 and who was to be P.M. of Canada.
Louis St-Laurent departmental building, Gatineau, Quebec. On Boulevard de la Carrière.
Louis St. Laurent National Historic Site,
(Birthplace and childhood home)
on Historic Sites:
LOUIS ST-LAURENT NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK, Compton, Quebec.
25 km south of Sherbrooke.
Louis S. St-Laurent National Historic Park commemorates the career and childhood of Canada's twelfth prime minister, the Right Honourable Louis S. St-Laurent.
St-Laurent was born at this homestead in 1882 and began his academic training at the village elementary school in Compton.
The St-Laurent estate includes the restored original family residence, which was built in 1866. The park's interpretation programme re-creates St-Laurent's legal and political career and his family environment in Compton.
Mailing address for more information:
Louis S. St-Laurent National Historic Park
6 Principale Street
Compton, Quebec J0B 1L0
Details of Interest
Made member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom Jan. 1, 1946