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See also: Montrealer





Montréaler (plural Montréalers)

  1. Alternative form of Montrealer
    • 1972, The Language of Work; the Position of French in Work and Consumer Activities of Québecers (Report of the Commission of Inquiry on the Position of the French Language and on Language Rights in Québec), page 110:
      Thus, for a French-speaking Montréaler, the use of French increases by 6.5% with an increase of 10% in the degree of French-speaking representation within the group.
    • 1977, Robert Fulford, An Introduction to the Arts in Canada, Copp Clark Publishing, →ISBN, page 55, column 2:
      It began in 1948, under the guidance of Yvette Brind’Amour, a remarkable Montréaler who has ever since been its director and one of its major performers.
    • 2008, Austin Macdonald, “Discovering the Best of Montréal and Québec City”, in Montréal & Québec City for Dummies (Frommer’s), 3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd., →ISBN, part I (Introducing Montréal and Québec City), page 9:
      Or is it just the great food and pulsing nights and the generally hedonistic ways of today’s Montréalers?