Professor Diana Haudek
October 26, 2012
Montreal is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec, It is the largest city in the province, the second- largest in the country, the fifth teen largest in America, and the second largest French speaking city in the western world. French is the city’s official language and it is also the language spoken at home, followed by English at 18.6 percent and 19.8 percent followed by other languages. Montreal is located in the in the continent/region of North America, cities towns and places near Montreal include Alencon, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Lac-Lapierre and Saint-Remi. The closet major cities include Ottawa, Quebec, Boston and Rochester. Montreal’s metropolitan area land area is 4,259 square kilometers or 1,644 square miles long, the estimated population in Montreal is 1,886,481 people.
As a North American city Montreal has many cultural features including a characteristic of other metropolis on the continent, a high culture of long lasting tradition of jazz and rock music, and experimentation in visual arts, theater music, and dance. Montreal has developed a unique cultural face in the world over the years, and has found a lot of cultural life in the city, Norman 2
especially during the summer such as cultural events which are very popular, which include social events and festivals. The general race and ethnicity in Montreal is, White at seventy percent of the generals’ population, Black or African American at ten percent, American Indian at less than ten percent, Asian at less than ten percent, Native Hawaiian at less than ten percent, and any other race at ten percent. Montreal’s religion mainly consists of Catholics the largest church in Canada is the church of Saint Joseph’s Oratory, the dominant religion in the Quebec region is Christianity which is lived ninety point two percent of the population. Montreal is the seat of a diocese of the Armenian Church....
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