The Place Saint-Henri metro station was the work of architects Julien Hébert & Jean-Louis Lalonde. Jean Hebert, who is best known for his design of the Expo67 logo, decorated the mezzanine with a mural of glazed coloured bricks with the words “Bonheur d’Occasion” from a novel penned by Gabrielle Roy, depicting the working-class life of St-Henri in the 40’s. This station served as a terminus for the Orange line from April 1980 to September 1981. This station is named for place Saint-Henri, a short street and public square between Rue Saint-Jacques and Rue Notre-Dame."
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