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Mark Steyn agrees that Montreal has "a big-city heritage without big-city overcrowding".
But, he continues, in the long run that's not a good thing. (Link via Instapundit.)
Posted by Craig on 05:49:00 AM in Information
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I really like Mark Steyn. But while unions and irrational French defensiveness are bad things, in sum, Montreal is a much more livable city than most big cities in the US. Detroit, Philly, Cleveland, Cinncinati. These are all potholes. People work there and get out, quickly. Every city has its issues, but they are doing more things right than most American cities.
October 30, 2007 at 10:31 PM
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