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What if every metro had its own @nasa style badge? This was the question, here's the answer. Originally named Station Berri-de Montigny when it opened in 1966 to service Expo 67, it was later changed to Berri-Uqam after the near by university. Now known locally as Berri.

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Lionel-Groulx is the second busiest station after Berri. Named after a local priest, who taught at Université de Montréal, and influenced many prominent people in the cities history, including my favourite, former Mayor Jean Drapeau, who was responsible for bringing Expo 67 to the city.

 

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