|Location||800, boulevard Gouin Ouest|
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Managed by||Quebec Ministry of Public Security|
The prison was built in 1908 to 1912 by architect Jean-Omer Marchand to replace the aged Pied-du-Courant Prison. The prison currently houses male inmates sentenced to less than two years' imprisonment. It also houses prisoners awaiting trial.
It is the largest provincial prison in Quebec, with a maximum capacity of 1,189 inmates.
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