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Montréal seeks sector convergence as part of events offering

Montréal Impact fans during an MLS game at Saputo Stadium, Montréal in 2019. (Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images).

Montréal is determined to avoid the financial mistakes of the past as it builds on its reputation as Canada’s busiest sporting city, with an eye on converging the worlds of sport, arts and entertainment. Bradley Rial reports.

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