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The future of arts in Montreal

As we head into the final stretch of the municipal election campaign, culture has emerged as one of the central issues in Montreal. 

Arts community calls for more funding and affordable housing 

arts.jpgThe artistic director of the MainLine Theatre and the Fringe Festival, Amy Blackmore, actress, director, and president of the Toronto Black Film Festival, Fabienne Colas, and photographer and performance artist Paul Litherland join Sue Smith in the Homerun studio. 





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Candidates unveil their vision for the future of Montreal's arts culture

culture candidates 001.jpgOne candidate from each of the four parties seeking to govern Montreal join Sue Smith in the Homerun studio. André Picard is a borough councilor candidate in the Jeanne-Mance district of Plateau-Mont-Royal with Marcel Cote's team. 

Marie-Josée Parent is a candidate in the Desmarchais-Crawford district of Verdun with Mélanie Joly. Sterling Downey is running for the same seat with Richard Bergeron's Projet Montreal. And Manon Gauthier is a candidate in the Champlain-L'Ile-des-Sœurs district district in Verdun with Denis Coderre's team.
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