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Montreal City Hall Goes Green For St-Patrick's Day

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Montreal City Hall Goes Green For St-Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner (like you needed a reminder) and all of Montreal is preparing for the city-wide day of debauchery...er, I mean celebration of Irish culture.

To show some Irish pride, city hall is going green from now until St. Paddy's Day next Monday. UIS of Montreal, the organizers of the parade, let everyone know via this tweet.

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— UIS of Montreal (@uismtl) March 12, 2014

To show even more support, the SPVM even released their own St. Patrick's Day Survival Guide. The po-po know we're all gonna get drunk of green beer, so they thought they'd at least tell us how to be safe about it. Read the abbreviated version here.

How pumped are you for St. Paddy's

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