73 Victor Avenue

The lot beside this house was severed to create 71 Victor Avenue.

See that blue Honda Civic in the backyard. Has anyone ever seen it move.


Rob and Russell and their Wheaten Terrier, Oscar, bought the house in 1992. Russell died and Oscar moved to Edmonton. Now, Rob and Chip live there. No pets


106 Victor Avenue

1 Victor Avenue

First house on the street. They own the building beside them on Broadview. That building was the original home for Nellies – a shelter for abused women.

3 Victor Avenue

New comments and pictures coming (since last year) and a story about the limbless jockey. Here is a collection of limbed jockies and some found underwear.

The Limbless Jockey
Limbed Jockies

4, 6 and 8 Victor Avenue formerly known as only 8 Victor Avenue

The was once one beautiful house that was torn down to build these prison housing units.

When the houses were built we were shown drawings of lovely Victorian homes and this is what they allowed to go up. They are the ugliest homes on the street and I am surprised a city that dedicated to its heritage allowed them to be built.

48/50 used to be as unattractive until they were refaced a few years ago.

In 1911
These people lived in the house that was torn down in the early 1980’s

8 Victor Ave

44 40 Adie Edward 8 Victor Ave M Head M May 1845 66

45 40 Adie Katherine F Wife M Dec 1848 62

46 40 Ashton Ursla F Domestic S Mar 1870 41

5 Victor Avenue

Dorothy, Julia and Michael

This house is two apartments

92 Victor Avenue

This house must be sitting on the site of 84, 86, 88 and 90 Victor Avenue as they don’t exist. In fact it even eliminated some houses across the street. It is being renovated for the second time in less than 1o years and was vacant for many years before that.