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Montreal street signs

Year: 2014
Duration: 20 min
Producer: Melisa Forero
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Michael Leo Donovan

If Montreal streets could talk they would share exciting stories about how the city came to be what it is today. They can’t talk- so Michael Donovan is on a mission! Discover with him the history behind Montreal’s famous streets.

Episodes

Episode 1 : Notre-Dame

Episode 2 : Place d'Youville

Episode 3 : Saint-Paul

Episode 4 : René-Lévesque

Episode 5 : St-Laurent

Episode 6 : Avenue des Pins

Episode 7 : Sherbrooke

Episode 8 : Sainte-Catherine Street

Episode 9 : Côtes-des-Neiges Road

Episode 10: Final episode

Join Michael Donovan for a final episode where he digs up dozens of well hidden facts about the rich history of the city.

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