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Known as the rakkoon, Keven Lavoie is born in Quebec city but now live in Montreal. Photographer for more than 13 years, he starts his passion with underground and extreme sport and cars. Then, he falls in love with Montreal, its history and its architecture.

The old military building

the old military building

Cantons-de-l'Est, Quebec (Canada)

We are in 1943 and the war has been raging for four years. While the old continent is fighting against Nazism, distant colonies and dominions are...
The old military building

the old military building

Cantons-de-l'Est, Quebec (Canada)

We are in 1943 and the war has been raging for four years. While the old continent is fighting against Nazism, distant colonies and dominions are subject to the war effort. In Canada, the federal government completes the construction in Montreal...

The abandoned public bath - Photo by Keven Lavoie

the abandoned public bath of Montreal

Montréal, Quebec (Canada)

Built in 1914 at a time when running water was not accessible to everyone, this public bath located in the Petite-Bourgogne district (formerly St. Joseph) reflects the desire of the city to provide sanitary installations for its citizens at that...
The abandoned asbestos mine

the abandoned asbestos mine

Thetford Mines, Quebec (Canada)

The history of the Thetford Mines region is closely linked to asbestos located in its womb. It was during the summer of 1876 that a farmer named Joseph Fecteau discovered asbestos in the area. Soon, the secret of his discovery gets out and Johnson...
The abandoned Kingston Speedway

the abandoned Kingston Speedway

Kingston, Ontario (Canada)

Built by Rod Cutway in 1951, the Kingston Speedway didn't had any lights and no grandstands when the track first opened.  The first race was held in the fall of 1951, and Tony Blake won the race. Sold two years later, the new owners will erected a...