Daybreak Montreal | Nov 27, 2012 | 11:03

Cultural metropolis

The future of Montreal's cultural industries is an important part of the city's economy. There was a rare gathering of politicians, artists and people from the business community to draw a blueprint for what they call a cultural metropolis. Daybreak's arts reporter Jeanette Kelly was there.

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