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Old Posted Oct 22, 2020, 6:19 PM
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Nice pics


Seriously though, the beauty of the urban fabric is accentuated by the fall colours. What is the building in the third picture?
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That is the Saint-Enfant-Jésus du Mile-End church. Based on imtl.org the main facade was built in 1898 with further additions to the church up to 1919.
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/\ Gorgeous, all of them. Le Château Laurier never looked so good.
Thanks. I always enjoy your mtl sets.
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2020, 10:38 PM
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Posted this in the Van section but figured some here would appreciate Vancouver house on a classic Vancouver cloudy day:

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Loving how the small buildings are coming together, thanks for the update!

Saw a great pic of the tower on Reddit today by user u/katewhytephoto:


https://www.reddit.com/r/vancouver/c...se_last_night/
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2020, 10:58 PM
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/\ Breathtaking.
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Montreal on Instagram - 4rth week of October 2020 - part one


https://www.instagram.com/p/CGqbyg-nBSY/
Serious Halloween vibes outta this one, just lovely.
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Nice instagram set as per usual. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Montreal is at it's best in October.

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Serious Halloween vibes outta this one, just lovely.
I agree, that's a great pic.

No other Canadian city can match Montreal's older urban fabric. I hope they don't ever lose it.
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Nice instagram set as per unusual. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Montreal is at it's best in October.
All of central Canada is.

Now that I'm not back and forth between Toronto and Vancouver anymore and just in Vancouver because of Covid, this is the first time I've really wanted to be back in Toronto. Autumn in Ontario/Quebec is just magical.
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All of central Canada is. Autumn in Ontario/Quebec is just magical.
As is Atlantic Canada.
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I'd believe it, I've just never been.
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All of central Canada is.

Now that I'm not back and forth between Toronto and Vancouver anymore and just in Vancouver because of Covid, this is the first time I've really wanted to be back in Toronto. Autumn in Ontario/Quebec is just magical.
Whereas Autumn in Vancouver is just damp and full of leaf mush.
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Whereas Autumn in Vancouver is just damp and full of leaf mush.
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The past few days have been amazing weather here withvery fall-like colours and scencs. Obviously not as glorious as Ontario, but nowhere on earth could be
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The past few days have been amazing weather here withvery fall-like colours and scencs. Obviously not as glorious as Ontario, but nowhere on earth could be ������
I am from Toronto...I was in Vancouver last week. It held it's own quite nicely. Toronto does not have this!
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Queen Elizabeth Park is a beaut.
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