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07/03/2011

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Dear Mr. Mc Donald's, I Would like to understand your >... Is Montreal still in Canada? Toronto doesnt have is own Open Wheel race? Was it sold out last year? NO! Are you telling me that Toronto is more multicultal then Montreal?Personally, I see Toronto trying to be more like Montreal then the opposite in this case... Just see what Toronto did with the Poutine Festival(lol) or the Just For Laugh Festival. Like you said before Montreal is a very European city and thats the big diffence between Toronto who look more American then Canadian. Cant we divide the Canadian pride then centralized everything in the same zone? Unfortunatly, I see your opinion like an idea to separate our beautiful country in 2 distinct places:the big ones and the rest... You should tell to the big busses in Toronto to invest in Montreal and not the opposite. I hope that you'll come back on your words and apologize about what you said about the Coolest city of Canada...

One of your fan.

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