A Local’s Guide to Visiting and Living in Montreal

An affordable city with ever changing festivals and activities, visitors and natives alike will enjoy this complete guide to Montreal. Written by two native Montrealers, this book guides travelers to the most popular places, as well as hidden gems that few locals know. Inside you will find details on Montreal's best cultural and historic sights, useful information how to get around and much more.

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Published by Aberdeen Bay
Words: 108,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781608300464
About Michael Smith

Michael A. Smith is a native Montrealer and graduate of both Anglophone Montreal Universities: McGill (Law) and Concordia (Business). An avid traveler, he has spent time living in Europe (Antibes), Latin America (Mexico), and Asia (Singapore), but has always called Montreal home. Having grown up and spent the majority of his life in the west side of Montreal, he has personally been to every place in this guide at least one time. Son of an immigrant French teacher and Anglophone father, he is perfectly at ease in both official languages of Canada, though he considers himself more of a native English speaker. He is currently engaged to his co-author Patricia Brooks Lemoine.

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