Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park and Street

Parc Daisy-Peterson-Sweeney - Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park
Photo: Annie-Ève Dumontier

Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park and Street

Daisy Peterson Sweeney, sister of jazz great Oscar Peterson, was a force on her own. Valued not only by her family, but by everyone who came in contact with her; she mentored many, fostered a musical foundation to those great and small, provided a refuge for foster and adopted children, and initiated the choir that became the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir.

Montreal’s jazz great and former pupil, Oliver Jones felt that her contributions to this city should be honored in some way. Mayor Denis Coderre agreed. He announced that a street would named after her, to bear her legacy. Mayor Valérie Plante and Mayor Benoit Dorais extended that legacy by adding a park to the street name’s venue.

Our Mom loved gathering people together in harmony; that people can do so, in this gorgeous setting, would fill her with immense pride. Thank you to both administrations for this extraordinary honor. We know the citizens of Montreal will enjoy this landmark green space as much as we will.

The Daisy Peterson Sweeney Family


Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park and Street are located in the southwest borough of Montreal at Rue Charlevoix. The City of Montreal’s website says, “Parc Daisy-Peterson-Sweeney is a park for relaxing,” and describes it as a place “for taking in the natural scenery and enjoying outdoor activities.”

Daisy Peterson Sweeney

Read more about the Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park and its planned usage.

City of Montreal Links:


View images taken of the Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park, taken in the Spring 2021, and during the Winter 2020/2021.

  •  Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park 02 Montreal

Parc Daisy-Peterson-Sweeney – Ville de Montréal Website


Parc Daisy-Peterson-Sweeney / Daisy Peterson Sweeney Park – Park People / Amis des parcs


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