Montréal: City of lights
This article was updated on August 13, 2020. Montréal during the day and Montréal during the night is a tale of two cities. After dark, the city transforms: the bare stone walls of Old Montréal become history projected, while the Jacques-Cartier Bridge lights up in flashes of colour over the St. Lawrence River. Building facades in the entertainment district turn into movie screens, and the power of light to trick the eye gives some of Montréal’s first buildings all new life. Here’s just a…
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