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By: Mcgill Daily  09-12-2011

On June 19, 2011, temperatures in Montreal reached the mid-20s. The children of Outremont were busy, as they always are in summer, scootering down the neighbourhood’s tree-lined streets, or sliding down its wrought-iron banisters. But at the Mile End Library, the residents of the Plateau Mont-Royal borough were ignoring the perfect summer day. They were [..]

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