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Canada. Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec By Lucy Cherniak
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The photobook contains photos of Ottawa, Quebec, Montreal and Niagara falls
QUEBEC By Pascal Fraisse
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Carnet de voyage au Québec. Montréal, Mont-Tremblant, Mauricie, Lac Saint-Jean, Saguenay, Tadoussac, Laurentides.
Montreal-Quebec Through my eyes By Samuel Cain
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Montreal and Quebec through my eyes
The Goddess Of Montreal By Teejay LeCapois
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A narrow-minded Quebec woman surprises everyone, including herself, when she falls in love with a cocky Haitian-American student at the University of Montreal. Can their love survive racial and... More > cultural differences along with outsize egos ?< Less
Guide to Montreal By World Travel Publishing
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Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec and the second largest in Canada. Known as the cultural capital of the country, the official language is French. Montreal is the largest... More > French-speaking city in the world after Paris. Today it is an important financial, pharmaceutical, cultural, tourist and international center.< Less
The Goddess Of Montreal By Teejay LeCapois
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Miranda "M.T." Tupinier is a self-identified butch lesbian Quebecer woman living in Montreal with her lover Tina Chan while studying engineering at Concordia University. At a panel... More > discussion on Racism in the LGBT community, M.T. meets and clashes with a most unusual person. Benjamin Guerrier, who's tall, dark, handsome...and bisexual. A brilliant Haitian-Canadian student at McGill University, Benjamin challenges M.T. at every turn, and sparks fly between them. As M.T. interrogates her sexuality and butch identity, love blooms. M.T. explores a relationship with Benjamin, the LGBT community and her ex-girlfriend Tina Chan lash out fiercely. The world is simply not ready for a latently bisexual, butch-identified, queer Quebecer woman to be passionately in love with a Black man. Or is it ?< Less
A Friend From Montreal By Christina M. Guerrero
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At age fifteen, Liane is surprised by an opinionated stranger who offers unwanted advice during a cold winter evening in Quebec City. Twenty years later, in the same location, Liane is surprised a... More > second time at what she discovers.< Less
The Haitian And The Quebec Woman By Teejay LeCapois
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A Haitian-American student living in the City of Montreal, Quebec, finds himself attracted to a tall and curvy, blonde and big-bottomed Quebecoise after getting dumped by his bossy black girlfriend.... More > Will his family accept his new love ? Can he accept it himself ?< Less
The Haitian And The Quebec Woman By Teejay LeCapois
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A Boston-born, Haitian-American student living in the City of Montreal, Province of Quebec, finds himself attracted to a tall and curvy, stunning and big-bottomed French-Canadian after getting dumped... More > for a white guy by his bossy black girlfriend. The French-Canadian girl' family is open-minded but not his. They're somewhat Afro-centric and quite proud. Will his family learn to accept his new lady love even though she's white ? Can he accept the realities of his new relationship ?< Less
Swinging in Paradise: The Story of Jazz in Montreal By John Gilmore
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For almost half a century, more jazz was made in Montreal than anywhere else in Canada. Swinging in Paradise tells the story of jazz and nightlife in Montreal – from the arrival of the first... More > black musicians from the United States; through the heady days of swing, show biz, big bands, and bebop; to the tumultuous 1960s and Montreal’s unique experiments in free jazz and fusion. This is more than music history; it's a rich social history of Montreal after dark. John Gilmore spent 7 years tracking down veterans of Montreal’s jazz community and weaving their memories into this fascinating history. He reveals why musicians from all over North America migrated to Montreal, and how they lived, worked, and created in the midst of organized crime, corruption, union battles, racism, and a nightclub industry hungry for music. “A hallelujah of a book” says Books in Canada. A reprint of the classic first edition, with a new afterword by the author. 70 photos.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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