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100 Things I Love About Montreal pt. 4/5...The People!!!

Reader, or soon to be Traveler to Montreal, of all the things I loved about our Neighbor to the North, the people literally ran away with my Heart.  836 more words

Musings

Saint-Justin

Jacques came home at six. Supper was a silent affair, with the TV continuing to carry wild speculation about Emily’s fate and no calls from their friends in law enforcement. 3,576 more words

Bicycling

Montreal City Guide

I spent my 31st birthday in 2 countries: Canada in the morning and the U.S. in the evening. We arrived in Montreal the day before, greeted by one of the best looking men we had ever seen, the border guard.  419 more words

Read: Lullabies For Little Criminals

When I worked at Indigo I heard a lot about Heather O’Neill- a Canadian author who so many of my coworkers loved. Never having read any of her books, I came across Lullabies For Little Criminals at a thrift store and thought I would give it a try. 56 more words

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Old Streets and Magic: A Two-Day Travel Guide to Montreal, Quebec

It’s pretty unimaginable that a five-hour drive from Downtown Toronto can take you to Europe. Six-hour drive, you heard me right. Montreal, Quebec, is Canada’s second largest city in terms of population, and is it a North American traveller’s gateway to Europe. 2,269 more words

Canada

This Is The End

And so end the stories of Montréal and our first trip with our 5-month old baby. While this was a fine trip with such a young baby, we also realized during that time that we no longer really like big cities. 212 more words

Canada

Subtle souvenirs of York Theatre at Concordia University, Montreal

While recently in Montreal for a workshop at Concordia University, I spent some time remembering the York Theatre/Lancaster Apartment complex (Perry, Luke and Little Architects, with Emmanuel Briffa, completed 1938, demolished 2002). 910 more words

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