I just answered my own question.http://www.muhcfou...om/muhc/chest.html
|In 1911, the region's first sanatorium opened in the Laurentian mountain village of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, with 45 beds, servicing those afflicted with pulmonary tuberculosis and sharing some of the patient load of the Royal Edward Institute.|
In 1930, the Royal Edward Institute moved its facilities to the Montreal Chest Institute's current St. Urbain Street address. Within the following two years, it was officially recognized as a McGill University affiliated teaching hospital. A decade later, the Royal Edward Institute and the sanatorium joined to become the Royal Edward Laurentian Hospital. By 1957, the facilities in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts were closed and the construction of a new sanatorium began.
such a shame this place is gone. Is it completely erased?