Continuing our inquiry into obscure metro stations…
More information on Maurice Lemieux can be found here.
The fence reminds me an awful lot of a musical staff and notes.
I also find it weird that they thought that this side would be the back, when in fact it is the main entry path to the station.
Opened in January 1984, is was designed by Guy de Varennes and Almas Mathieu. Guy de Varennes appears to have built a bunch of things in Haiti. While Almas Mathieu did a bunch of churches, schools and hospitals here in Quebec.
Another weird thing, is that despite it being the least used metro station on the entire system, there are three separate YouTube videos of it.
More information on the de la Savane metro station can be found here, here and here.