Montreal Summer Photos 2

Summer photos 2 on Ontario Street that runs through the Ville-Marie borough in the west to the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough in the east.

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Five Great Lakes, Superior, Huron, Michigan, Erie and Ontario, a Huron word and a Great Lake that was once a border between the Huron and the Iroquois communities and, an Ontario Street with its specific and ever changing culture since 1842. 

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Nowadays, the Ontario Street is divided into four segments throughout the City of Montreal. Among them, the commercial segment located in the Hochelaga area of the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough. 

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A commercial segment on Ontario Street between Pie IX and Darling, on Place Simon-Valois since 2007 and on Ste-Catherine East between Bourbonnière and Viau, all under the SDC Promenades Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

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A unique to Montreal neighborhood life based on its busy commercial street, on its local merchants and on its sidewalk sales and public markets.

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A commercial SDC that stands for "Société de développement commercial" and for a non profit organization committed to the revival of its commercial areas and to the economic and cultural growth of its merchants and population.

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A SDC also dedicated to the organisation and support of promotional projects such as colorful events, sidewalk sales and neighborhood parties. 

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An SDC accompanied by an Ontario Street Merchant Association to help improve the safety, the cleanliness and the quality of its commencial and residential neighborhoods.

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Summer Photos 2 by Rachel Louise Barry


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