Seen cycling the bike path in Parc Rene Levesque on a sunny summer's day. Parc Rene Levesque is
located at the western tip of LaSalle and the far end of the Lachine Canal. The peninsula stretches out into
Lac St. Louis with the City of Lachine in the background.
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Seen roller blading along the Mackay Jetee as soft white clouds drift overhead. The Mackay Jetee
is located just west of the Pont de la Concorde, which connects Montreal and Ile Notre Dame
(Parc Jean Drapeau).
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Seen strolling by the shops on St. Laurent, just below Mount Royal, on a beautiful (don't make me repeat
the word beautiful) spring day. St. Laurent, or the "Main," is Montreal's east-west divide, running straight
through the city's heart and soul.
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Seen standing as still as a tailor's dummy, along the Old Port's main corridor. Montreal's street
performers and show people are talented, innovative and loved by our city's visitors. The Old Port,
just south of Vieux Montreal (actually they are joined at the hip), features a wide variety of attractions,
including access to Montreal's splendid waterfront.
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Seen clutching her hat against the strong breeze coming off the river, while taking in the city's skyline
from Ile St. Helene (Parc Jean Drapeau). The park is a multi-faceted jewel made up of Ile Ste. Helene
and the completely man made island of Ile Notre Dame, the site hosted the 1967 World's Fair. It is currently
the home of the Canadian F1 Grande Prix, as well as many other events, festivals and attractions.
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Seen at the fountain beside city hall in Vieux Montreal (Old Montreal). This handsome wedding party
was taking advantage of the photo backdrop provided by the city's oldest quarter.
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Seen drumming up enthusiasm for the Grande Prix festivities on Crescent Street. It's lunch time
downtown, and Montrealers stream out of the office buildings to join fellow revelers from around the
world in celebration of North America's only Formula One race.
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Seen creating a splash in Place Montreal Trust, a lively shopping complex on Ste. Catherine Street tied into
Montreal's Underground City. Located on Ste. Catherine Street just west of the Eaton's Centre.
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Seen giving away free hugs in Vieux Montreal (Old Montreal). Judging by our brief observations and the
wrinkles in the front of his suit, the hugging business is a good one.
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Seen putting on the dog on "Montreal's Main", Saint Laurent. Sure Costo's got the weiner (Weiner? Christ,
who writes this stuff?) but that's just the beginning. If you want it "tout garnie" you can't beat the Montreal Pool
Room for the garnishes, be they shredded cabbage or the shredded theatre of life. Located on St. Laurent
between Rene Leveque and Ste. Catherine.
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Seen parked in LaSalle, before a long day's outing (or perhaps after a long night's outing, in Montreal you can
never be sure). Sometimes art is ethereal, sometimes it will reveal its secrets after much scrutiny, and sometimes
it just plain "rock and rolls." Seen somewhere in Verdun after getting totally lost in Ville LaSalle.
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Seen (actually very hard to miss) roaming about in Place Jacques Cartier in Vieux Montreal with balloons at the
ready. Kids are first attracted by the colouful costume, then mesmerized as he turns a handful of balloons
into a variety of animals. Place Jacques Cartier is the bustling square in Old Montreal, just above the Old Port
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