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Montreal expects a record of more than 10 million tourists in 2016

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Montreal's tourism office says it expects the number of visitors to the city this year to top 10 million for the first time ever. Tourisme Montreal says numbers increased across the board compared with 2015, including hotel statistics, border crossings into Quebec and arrivals at the...
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