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Montreal police charge and disperse student protest

On Tuesday approximately 10,000 students and their supporters marched and rallied in Montreal to protest the PQ government's Education Summit and to advance the demand free tuition. This video -- with commentary in French -- captures several minutes of footage of Montreal police charging protest lines. 

National Day of Remembrance and Action

On this day in 1989 fourteen women were murdered at Montreal's École Polytechnique.

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Michael Applebaum
| November 16, 2012
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#CityTalk: From Overdale to Underdale

November 6, 2012
| #CityTalk hears from a Montreal blogger and journalist about his time living in one of the city's most misunderstood 'hoods.
Length: 17:01 minutes (23.62 MB)
| November 5, 2012
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#CityTalk: Montrealers of yesterday, today and tomorrow

October 27, 2012
| #CityTalk hears from the director of Ecomusée du fier monde, Montreal's museum of working class history.
Length: 17:37 minutes (24.46 MB)
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#CityDoc: Operation Park Avenue

October 26, 2012
| #CityDoc hears from organizers and participants of a citizen-led urban design workshop re-imagining the northern sector of Park Avenue in Montreal.
Length: 14:28 minutes (20.13 MB)
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#CityTalk: Hotel Jolicoeur

October 20, 2012
| #CityTalk hears from two members of the Montreal artists' collective, Hotel Jolicoeur, about their book on the former brothel turned condos.
Length: 17:30 minutes (24.26 MB)
"I am not a crook!"
| October 16, 2012
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#CityTalk: Couchsurfing Montreal

September 30, 2012
| This week's #CityTalk looks into Montreal's ranking as the fourth top Couchsurfing city in the world. Montreal trails Paris, London and Berlin as the city with the largest network of couchsurfers.
Length: 18:53 minutes (8.65 MB)
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