Fire in Gay Village forces 30 from their homes

A Saturday morning fire in Montreal’s Gay Village forced 30 people from their homes, and it’s unclear when they’ll be able to return.  Around 9:45 a.m., several dozen fire fighters were called to a heavily residential area on Wolfe Street between René-Levesque Boulevard and Ste-Catherine Street.  Additional fire firefighters were called in as a precaution given the warm weather.  Witnesses say the fire started in a condo building    Read the article………….


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