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this is MONTREAL IN JUNE: part one - jesus, chinatown, downtown, models!

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the following photos were taken at fashion show/stefie shock concert on mcgill college avenue.















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boiker

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BKM said:
Very lively streets! Thanks for bringing these here.
It felt as if it was a festival atmosphere.... was the "Last day of Winter" festival that's held every June 15 in Canada? :p

Either the composition of the photographs was wonderful or Montreal has very lively streetlife. It is a vision to strive for.
 

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boiker said:
Either the composition of the photographs was wonderful or Montreal has very lively streetlife. It is a vision to strive for.
Thats the way Montreal is. Spent seven years at McGill (two degrees), and Montreal is a great place to live (politics aside), particularly in the summer time! :-D
 

Dan

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Great photos! I should really, really visit Montreal. Great to see all the pedestrian traffic in the CDB.

Teh hotties are teh bombrz!!!!!1!!! :D

Chinese signage isn't subject to Quebec's language laws? I bet if those signs were in English, the business owners would find themselves in a heap of trouble.
 
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all signage is subject to language laws, but i doubt non-english signs are much of a concern. quebec isn't surrounded by 330 million sinophones or yiddishophones, after all.
 

metroboi

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Thanks for the tour. I have not seen many photos of Montreal from street level so this was nice.
 

Agcrisco

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Great pics!! Politics aside is right. It dosent matter how a Canadian city is, Americans find it hard to give money/tour/live a country who is SO Anti-American, that it's government refuses to let its citizens view the Fox news network.
 
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