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1976
   Summer Olympic Games were held in   
Montreal
Montreal
   is in   
Quebec
Montreal
   belongs to   
Canada
201 sq. mi.; Quèbec
Montreal International Jazz Festival
   is held in   
Montreal, Canada
2000 world-class musicians; world's largest jazz fest
Montreal
   stands on the   
St. Lawrence
Canada
The Red Violin (1998)
   was set in   
Montreal
Director: François Girard
Montreal
   has an N.H.L. team called the   
Canadiens
E. Northeast Division
Montreal Canadiens
   has the head coach   
Michel Therrien
2012
Of Montreal
   released the album   
Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? (2007)
1701
      
Great Peace of Montreal
Establishes peace between New France and the 39 First Nations of North America.
1988
      
Montreal Protocol
Attempts to protect the ozone layer by phasing out the production of a number of substances believed to be responsible for ozone depletion.
Gene Mauch
   was manager of   
Montreal Expos
1969-1975
Rafael Frühbeck De Burgos
   was music director of the   
Montreal Symphony Orchestra
1975-1976
Charles Dutoit
   was music director of the   
Montreal Symphony Orchestra
1977-2002
The City of Saints
   is a nickname for   
Montreal
Canada
Montreal HMCS Donnacona
   won the Grey Cup in   
1944
Montreal HMCS Donnacona defeated Hamilton Flying Wildcats 7-6 at Civic Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on November 25, 1944
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1970
Montreal Alouettes defeated Calgary Stampeders 23-10 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1970
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1974
Montreal Alouettes defeated Edmonton Eskimos 20-7 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 24, 1974. Chicago born head coach Marv Levy won his first Grey Cup as head coach of Montreal. later coached the Buffalo Bills in the NFL.
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1977
Montreal Alouettes defeated Edmonton Eskimos 41-6 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 27, 1977. dubbed the Ice Bowl because melting snow froze on the field making it slippery and causing Montreal to use staples on their shoes to gain traction. a Grey Cup attendance record of 68,318 fans was recorded. Vernon Perry's 4th quarter 74 yard interception return is the longest in Grey Cup history. Don Sweet's 23 points scored is still a single game Grey Cup record. Don Sweet also set a record kicking 6 field goals in this game.
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
2002
Montreal Alouettes defeated Edmonton Eskimos 25-16 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta November 24, 2002. Grey Cup MVP Anthony Calvillo connected with Pat Woodcock for a Grey Cup record setting 99 yard pass for the winning Alouettes.
Montreal Studio of Ancient Music
   recorded   
Lasso: Lagrime Di San Pietro
Tears of St Peter; ATMA Classique, 2010
Pergolesi: Stabat Mater
   was used in   
Jesus of Montreal
1993
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Montreal Canadiens
1986
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Montreal Canadiens
1978
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Montreal Canadiens
1977
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Montreal Canadiens
1976
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Montreal Canadiens
1973
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1971
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Montreal Canadiens
1969
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1968
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1966
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1965
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1960
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1959
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1958
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1957
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1956
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1953
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1946
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1944
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Montreal Canadiens
1931
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1930
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Montreal Canadiens
1910
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Montreal Wanderers
Multiple winners
1906
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Montreal Wanderers
Multiple winners
1900
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Montreal Shamrocks
1899
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Montreal Victorias
Multiple winners
1898
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Montreal Victorias
1897
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Montreal Victorias
Place Des Arts
   is in   
Montreal
Home to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra






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