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Montrealers gathered at Parc Jeanne-Mance, as well as around the monument to Sir George-Étienne Cartier in Parc du Mont-Royal, on the afternoon of July 1 to support Indigenous communities at #CancelCanadaDay events in Montreal.

The gatherings aimed to support Indigenous communities by honouring the lives of Indigenous children, demanding justice and denouncing genocide.

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On November 27, MTL Blog reported that a newly published document by The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal (CCMM) highlighted the extreme hardships that Montreal's tourism industry has faced due to COVID-19.

The next day, on November 28, protesters gathered in front of Dorchester Square to send a message to the provincial government that business closures in COVID-19 red zones have impacted the mental health of hospitality workers in Quebec.

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Despite the current gloom of restrictions and early nightfall, Montrealers will still be able to discover some holiday cheer throughout the city this year. Montreal's Atwater Christmas Village, a holiday favourite, is just one of the places to find it.

The village is back for its fifth edition in the Sud-Ouest, featuring a variety of local artisans and treats.

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There's a new restaurant to check out in downtown Montreal. It’s a Korean hot dog place that’s serving up your favourite street food with a twist. MTL Blog’s Alex Melki headed out to learn what it’s all about at Chung Chun Rice Dog’s Montreal grand opening.

To celebrate the new eatery, located near Concordia University's downtown campus at 1418 rue Pierce, hot dogs were on sale for the low-low price of $2.99 on opening day, November 25, though there’s a limit of two per customer.

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