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(Reflection)
--July 13, 2011. Often when one talks of Montreal’s English-speaking community, our image is of the western side of the island of Montreal. However, just beyond those now-crumbling bridges to and from the South Shore, you will find the officially bilingual community of Greenfield Park.
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The voices of young children could be heard singing in the distance over the public announcement speakers. “CAA-NAA-DA, one little, two little, three Canadians…we love thee”.
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Avenue Greene / Greene Avenue, Westmount, 1905. (Photo - Montreal Mosaic WebMagazine)
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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(History Article)
Without a doubt, one of the jewels of Westmount, and probably of Greater Montreal, is the Westmount Public Library.
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Founded in 1969, Dawson College in Westmount was the first English-language Cegep in Quebec.
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The Sun Life building in downtown Montreal is, without a doubt, one of this city's premier architectural landmarks.
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Photo - Matthew Farfan