Montreal welcomes the Chinese Community Cultural Centre

Montreal is home to well over 52,000 Chinese Canadian residents and this community has much to celebrate recently. After 20 years and a $3.8 million dollar government investment, Montreal is now home to a new Chinese Community Cultural Centre. Although the centre isn’t planned to be open to the public until November, Mayor G

Montreal is home to well over 52,000 Chinese Canadian residents and this community has much to celebrate recently. After 20 years and a $3.8 million dollar government investment, Montreal is now home to a new Chinese Community Cultural Centre.

Although the centre isn’t planned to be open to the public until November, Mayor G

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