Here’s your weekly dose of Instagram greatness Montreal! Every week I’ll be stalking your Instagram pics looking for the greatest pictures of our fair city! Wanna make the cut? Just take a picture, hashtag it with #mtlblog, and the best pictures just might be featured in next week’s gallery.

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