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Viva Italia!: When many Italian immigrants moved to Montreal in the late 19th and early 20th century, they settled in the Northern end of Montreal. This location has now become known as Little Italy, the site of a bright and vibrant community welcoming to families and brimming with activity.
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Working Class: St. Henri was once a working class neighborhood for Black and Irish families working alongside the canal. Today, the area is known for its quaint charm and its affordable rent compared to some of its counterparts, especially the Plateau. Take a stroll along the Lachine Canal, or stop by the Atwater Market.
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Joie de Vivre: Named after its counterpart in France, the Quartier Latin has become a hub of education and cultural enthusiasm within Montreal. Sit on a trendy terrasse and enjoy a drink, come take some classes at UQAM, and experience the charm and eclecticism of the neighborhood. Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) is located within this Quartier.
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Higher Education: UQAM is one of Montréal's premiere Universities. Located near the famous arts district of Montreal, it is best known for its arts program but offers courses in Education, Science, Law, and Management from the Undergraduate to Doctoral level.
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Gay Village: The Gay Village is the second largest in North America, and Montreal is home to the largest Gay Pride event in Canada. No matter who you are, where you come from, or what your orientation is, you're welcome in the village!
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Snow Hill: This neighborhood has a large immigrant and student population, and is the of the most densely populated and ethnically diverse neighborhoods in Canada and is the most populated borough in Montreal. With over 100 different ethnic communities, predominantly: Québécois, Filipino, West Indian (Black Canadians), South Asian (Tamils and Bengalis), Jewish, Latin American, Iranian, Chinese, Arab, Vietnamese and most recently Eastern European and African. It is one of the few Montreal neighborhoods where neither the French nor English language dominate.
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