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  6. The Alfa Romeo Montreal Website

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  7. Timeline of Montreal history - Wikipedia

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    Founded by Maisonneuve: 1642: Sulpicians takeover: 1663: Great Peace of Montreal: 1701: British takeover: 1760: Lachine Canal opened: 1825: Burning of the Parliament

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    Downtown Montreal, locals said, is best for urban party-seekers, with activity happening day and night along Crescent and Ste-Catherine streets.