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Un dépanneur à l'angle d'une rue... Classique du #Plateau #MontRoyal

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In the Berri-UQAM Metro station in Montreal - "Stained-glass mural by Pierre Gaboriau and Pierre Osterrath entitled Hommage aux fondateurs de la ville de Montréal (homage to the founders of the city of Montreal)"

Georges Vanier Subway

Orange Julep, 7700 Boulevard Décarie

American Pavilion on fire at Montreal World's Fair 1967, designed by Buckminster Fuller

Montreal snow fall record 2012 december 27

Tony Koulakis, founder of the famous Cosmos restaurant, which very seriously had the best breakfast in Montreal. I remember his just like this. Upsetting to hear that he was killed this summer, but looking forward to seeing this documentary about him: "Man of Grease" Trailer

statue in front of McGill University, Montreal.

9 October 2008 Stairs leading up to an apartment building with an archway in the Plateau Montreal. The outside walls have orange and yellow vines growing up them. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Things to do in Montreal: invite guests over in February and watch them ball up in a corner in horror.

THINK PINK Campaign photoshoot location at Birks & Mayors in Montreal, Quebec. To the Women Everywhere: Vanish d Black, Burn d Blue, Burry d Beige, tomorrow we roll out d THINK PINK! Campaign in Memory of Audrey Hepburn

A Monday Morning in Montréal by CloudRaker. This winter we were chatting casually with Bruno about how gorgeous Montreal looks under heavy snowfall. While this conversation may seem mundane to people who grew up here, it was enchanting to listen to a Parisian’s take on the phenomenon. So Bruno set out one morning, camera in hand, to capture the magic of our city being blanketed in the white stuff. What he came back with took our breath away, it wasn’t the snow he was watching, it was us.

Great food great memories, Downtown Montreal

Documentary clips of life in Montreal in the 1950s and 1960s. Where my parents met, where I was born.

This timelapse is my perception of the greatest Montreal’s architectures and structures. I lived amazing experiences while I studied civil engineering at Polytechnique. I’ve just graduated months ago and before I move on, I decided to make this timelapse to keep remember all the wonderful memories Montreal gave me. Memories… which wouldn’t be the same without my awesome friends, thanks guys! Finally, I want to thank my fabulous family for their support. Hope you …