Day 6 | Sep 20, 2013 | 7:25

The case for Montreal as a city state

Last weekend, thousands of Montrealers took to the streets to protest the Parti Quebecois' controversial values charter. The protest and dissension highlight what many see as a cultural divide that separates Montreal from the rest of Quebec.

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