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Two minutes of history
President de Gaulle’s visit and the famous speech from the balcony of Montreal’s City Hall

“Long live free Quebec!”

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Tramway in Montreal

Did you know that Montreal got its first large-scale public transit system in 1861?

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The Port Of Montreal

Did you know that the port of Montreal plays an important part in the history of our city, as well as our country?

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Saint Joseph’s Oratory

In 1904, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, a small chapel that barely resembled the building we know today, was inaugurated.

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The Irish Community

Did you know that Lord Dorchester was of Irish descent?

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Pink Floyd

Founded in 1964, British psychedelic prog-rock band Pink Floyd has made a significant mark...

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Curling in Quebec

For example, curling used to be played outside on natural ice...

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Lighting In Montreal

If you were to take an evening stroll around Montreal back in 1820...

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The Winter Carnival

Montreal’s Winter Carnival was held annually from 1883 to 1889...

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Skating In Montreal

Did you know that skating used to serve as a way of wooing a crush?

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