Re: 10 Do's + Don'ts for Visiting Québec + Register Now for N85!

Alain Hebert ahebert at
Mon May 9 11:39:37 UTC 2022

     Yeah, you'll get that more in Quebec city =D

     In Montreal, you should be fine with English, even more in the city 
center where the meet is scheduled.

     If you're a world traveler do not expect the same experience as old 
European cities...  but it can pretty good.  The old Montreal and 
"Plateau" is where its at, if you're willing to pay those prices.

     It is in June, so weather should be fine.

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On 5/8/22 18:50, Laura Smith via NANOG wrote:
> ------- Original Message -------
> On Sunday, May 8th, 2022 at 21:31, Stephen Fulton<sf at>  wrote:
>> If you are not from Canada and do not speak French
> I speak French, but the European one.
> I struggled to make myself understood because I was speaking with the "proper" accent and mannerisms (e.g. rolling of R's), both of which are brutally murdered by French Canadian speakers.
> So I switched to speaking English.  Worked out well, and I never saw the "chip on shoulder" that Stephen alludes to (although I'm aware it exists, having been briefed by Canadian friends).
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