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Montreal is the largest city in Quebec, it is situated on the Saint-Laurent River between Quebec City and Lake Ontario. It is America's most populous French-speaking cityand was discovered by the French explorer Jacques Cartier, who in 1535named the mountain that overlooks the city Mont Royal. On average, the city has 17 days a year when the temperature is below -20 °C. The lowest temperature ever recorded was -37.8 °C, on 15 January 1957. Montreal has hosted several major international events, including the 1967 Universal Exhibition and the 1976 Olympic Games. It hosts numerous festivals each year, such as the Montreal International Jazz Festival, the FrancoFolies, and the Just For Laughs Festival. The Quebecois expression Attache ta tuque avec d’la broche” (Hold onto your hat!) is a way of warning someone that things are about to get crazy!
The Line depicted the skyline of Montreal as seen from the Olympic Park Tower.