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Second-most populous city in Canada and most populous city in the Canadian province of Quebec. Wikipedia

  • Urban agglomeration of Montreal

    One of the administrative regions of the Canadian province of Quebec. Also a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality and a census division (CD), for both of which its geographical code is 66. Wikipedia

  • 2013 Montreal municipal election

    Municipal elections were held in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada on November 3, 2013 as part of the 2013 Quebec municipal elections. Voters elected 65 positions on the Montreal City Council, including the mayor, borough mayors, and city councillors, as well as 38 borough councillors. Wikipedia

  • Multi-sport event, held every two years in the Canadian province of Quebec, alternating between the Quebec Winter Games and the Quebec Summer Games. Athletes are strictly amateur only, and represent their region. Wikipedia

  • 2017 Montreal municipal election

    Municipal elections were held in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada on November 5, 2017 as part of the 2017 Quebec municipal elections. Voters elected 65 positions on the Montreal City Council, including the mayor, borough mayors, and city councillors, as well as 38 borough councillors. Wikipedia

  • List of communities in Quebec. Currently, local municipalities belonging to a regional county municipality are not listed, but they can be accessed through the link to their regional county municipality. Wikipedia

  • Timeline of Montreal history

    Chronology of significant events in the history of Montreal, Canada's second-most populated city, with about 3.5 million residents in 2018, and the fourth-largest French-speaking city in the world. About 2,000 years old. Wikipedia

  • 2002–06 municipal reorganization of Montreal

    One of the cities in Quebec affected by the 2000–2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec. On January 1, 2002, all the municipalities on the island of Montreal were merged into the city of Montreal. Wikipedia

  • 2009 Montreal municipal election

    The city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, held a municipal election at the same time as numerous other municipalities in Quebec, on November 1, 2009. Voters elected the Mayor of Montreal, Montreal City Council, and the mayors and councils of each of the city's boroughs. Wikipedia

  • Ville-Marie, Montreal

    Name of a borough in the centre of Montreal, Quebec. Named after Fort Ville-Marie, the French settlement that would later become Montreal , which was located within the present-day borough. Wikipedia

  • Held on November 6, 2005, to elect a city mayor, borough mayors, city councillors, and borough councillors in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Elected to a second term over former mayor Pierre Bourque. Wikipedia

  • Governing body in the mayor–council government in the city of Montreal, Quebec. Mayor, who is first among equals in the city council. Wikipedia

  • Ensemble Montréal

    Municipal political party in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Its 33 elected officials are present in many districts in Montreal and represent the boroughs of Montréal-Nord (mayor, Christine Black), Saint-Léonard (mayor, Michel Bissonnet), Saint-Laurent (mayor, Alan DeSousa) and Pierrefonds-Roxboro (mayor, Dimitrios (Jim) Beis). Wikipedia

  • History of Montreal

    The history of Montreal, located in the province of Quebec, Canada, spans about 8,000 years. Inhabited by the St. Lawrence Iroquoians, a discrete and distinct group of Iroquoian-speaking indigenous people. Wikipedia

  • List of boroughs in Quebec. In Quebec, boroughs are provincially organized and recognized sub-municipal entities that have mayors and councillors. Wikipedia

  • Boroughs of Montreal

    Divided into 19 boroughs , each with a mayor and council. Responsible for: Wikipedia

  • 2001 Montreal municipal election

    The 2001 Montreal municipal election took place on November 4, 2001, to elect a mayor and city councillors in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Gérald Tremblay defeated incumbent Pierre Bourque to become mayor of the newly amalgamated city. Wikipedia

  • Projet Montréal

    Progressive, environmentalist municipal political party in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Led by Valérie Plante, and holds a majority of seats on Montreal City Council. Wikipedia

  • Demographics of Montreal

    The Demographics of Montreal concern population growth and structure for Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Analyzed by Statistics Canada and compiled every five years, with the most recent census having taken place in 2016. Wikipedia

  • List of bridges to the Island of Montreal

    Like most major cities, Montreal needs easy highway access from its suburbs and surrounding areas. Built on an island surrounded by three rivers, it can be entered by land only on a bridge or through a tunnel. Wikipedia

  • Orange Line (Montreal Metro)

    Longest and first-planned of the four subway lines of the Montreal Metro in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Extended from 1980 to 1986. Wikipedia

  • List of museums in Montreal, in the province of Quebec, Canada. Also included are non-profit art galleries and university art galleries. Wikipedia

  • Montréal-Nord

    Borough (arrondissement) of the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It consists entirely of the former city of Montréal-Nord on Island of Montreal in southwestern Quebec. Wikipedia

  • Outremont, Quebec

    Residential borough of the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It consists entirely of the former city on the Island of Montreal in southwestern Quebec. Wikipedia

  • Montreal Metro

    Rubber-tired underground rapid transit system serving Greater Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Inaugurated on October 14, 1966, during the tenure of Mayor Jean Drapeau. Wikipedia

  • West Island

    Unofficial name given to the cities, towns and boroughs at the western end of the Island of Montreal, in Quebec, Canada. Generally considered to consist of the municipalities of Dorval, Pointe-Claire, Kirkland, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Beaconsfield, Baie-D'Urfé, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, the village of Senneville, and two boroughs of the city of Montreal: Pierrefonds-Roxboro and L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève. Wikipedia

  • Verdun, Quebec

    Borough of the city of Montreal, Quebec, located in the southwestern part of the island. Long known as a working class neighbourhood, it has experienced significant gentrification and social change in the 21st century. Wikipedia

  • Executive branch of the municipal government of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Responsible for generating documents such as budgets and by-laws, which are then sent to the Montreal City Council for approval. Wikipedia

  • Quebec City

    Capital city of the Canadian province of Quebec. As of July 2016 the city had a population of 531,902, and the metropolitan area had a population of 800,296. Wikipedia

  • Greater Montreal

    Most populous metropolitan area in Quebec and the second most populous in Canada after Greater Toronto. In 2015, Statistics Canada identified Montreal's Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) as 4258.31 km2 with a population of 4,027,100. Wikipedia

  • Longueuil

    City in the province of Quebec, Canada. Seat of the Montérégie administrative region and the central city of the urban agglomeration of Longueuil. Wikipedia

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  • Despite its fast-paced growth, by the 1920s, Toronto's population and economic importance in Canada remained second to the much longer established Montreal, Quebec.Toronto-Wikipedia
  • With its cinematic installations, such as the Cité du cinéma and Mel's studios, the city of Montreal is home to the filming of various productions.Quebec-Wikipedia
  • Quebec is also home to the city of Montreal, which is the world's 4th-largest French-speaking city, by number of first language speakers.French language-Wikipedia
  • Therefore, Governor Haldimand (at the suggestion of Carleton) drew Loyalists away from Quebec City and Montreal by offering free land on the northern shore of Lake Ontario to anyone willing to swear allegiance to George III.Quebec-Wikipedia
  • In 2010, Lonely Planet ranked Greece's northern and second-largest city of Thessaloniki as the world's fifth-best party town worldwide, comparable to other cities such as Dubai and Montreal.Greece-Wikipedia
  • Most visible minorities in Quebec live in or near Montreal.Quebec-Wikipedia

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