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Montreal's First Ever "Anglophone Borough Name" Map

Shout-out to Rock Deep a.k.a. 'Pierrefonds', lol.
Montreal's First Ever "Anglophone Borough Name" Map

A few weeks ago, we found a map of the Montreal metro. But this wasn't just any map, it was a map that translated every single metro station name

But that's not the only map that could use a little anglo makeover. As you can see below, the Montreal borough map was clearly asking to get to same kind of treatment. 

So, without further ado (I hate when the ado's are further), here is Montreal's first ever Anglophone borough map:

RDP- Pointe Aux Trembles: River Of The Praries - Point At The Shakes  

Montreal Est: Regal Mountain - East

Anjou: Year Cheek

Saint-Leonard: Saint-Leonard (Booooring)

Montreal Nord: Regal Mountain  - North

Mercier Hochelaga Maisonneuve: Thanks-eh? Nod Laga - New House 

Rosemont - Petite Patrie: Pink-Mount - The Little Homeland

Villeray - Saint Michel - Parc Extension: City Of Ray - Saint Michael - Extended Park

Ahuntsic Cartierville: Chasse Malade - City Of Neighborhoods

Mount-Royal: Royal Mountain

Outremont: The Mountain Beyond

Plateau Mont-Royal: The Platter - Royal Mountain 

Ville-Marie: Marie’s City

Sud-Ouest: South West Sauce

Verdun: Greendun / Wormdun / Glassdun / Towardsdun

Cote-des-Neiges - Notre-Dame De Grace: Snowy Ribs - Our Greasy Lady 

Lasalle: The Room / The Dirty

Hampstead: A La Place Du Jambon

Montreal Ouest: Regal Mountain - West

Ile De Dorval: Sleep Valley Island

Dorval: Sleep Valley 

Pointe Claire: Point Clearly

Beaconsfield: The Field Of Bacon

Baie d'Urfe: Orpheus’ Bay

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue: Saint-Anne Of The Pretty Vue

Lachine: China

Senneville: Senne City (Not Sin City)

L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève: St-Genevieve’s School For Peculiar Children 

Roxboro: Borough Of Rocks

Dollards-des-Ormeaux: Rich Ass Motha Fuckin’ Elms

Pierrefonds: Rock Deep

Kirkland: The Land Of Kirks