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Old Posted Feb 28, 2019, 12:11 AM
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MONTREAL and beyond







































































































































Here's an even scarier clown, the new supreme leader of Quebec Francois Legault





















































































































forget about people breaking their necks on the sidewalks, at least our useless mayor made sure the bike paths were nice and clean









































































































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montréal a mon coeur.
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c'est fou comme l'ouest du centre-ville a changer.
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So many good images in a fascinating mix of new architecture, graffiti, diverse people, and snow-buried objects! I did not realize there was so much recent growth since I visited a decade ago.
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Nice to see a new(ish) Mr. John thread.
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A bit of an update







































































































































































































photos from the Canada day and Carifiesta parades







































































































































Algerian soccer fans celebrate their team's victory over Nigeria







































































Algeria beats mighty Senegal to win the Africa nations cup (the what?) little Maghred goes berserk









































































A few shots from the pride parade , I didn't stay long it was too damn hot for my liking











































































The Alfa Romeo Montreal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_Montreal

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Very nice. Montreal’s definitely one of the best cities in Canada.
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