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Embassy,Canada’s Foreign Policy Newsweekly, has run a two-part who’s who in Montreal this week. Part 1 and Part 2 are both worth a look for a quick sense of the major players, as long as you’re willing to forgive the Canadian bias.

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Series: Gaslit
Series: Gaslit