LaSalle is our home, a place we moved to after living in downtown Montreal for most of our youthful lives. Although LaSalle resides close to the city, it remains distinct. A distinction that seems to be in flux. Being from the city, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but day after day I started noticing telling signs of an urban sprawl. I reminded myself that it doesn’t mean this “sprawl” will consume LaSalle, or will it?

It certainly has become busier with older generations starting to make way for newer prospectors who lay claim to sharing similar Hallmark ambitions as the seller once did, a seller who remembers the same place differently.

This is a visual journal about some those distinctions and changes.