Moving from US to Montreal?
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02-06-2013, 08:31 PM
Join Date: Jan 2009
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Well an apt near Mcgill university, let's say a 3 1/2 is about 800$/min. For 525$ you can get a 1 1/2 near a subway station pretty much anywhere in town.
Mcgill has a good reputation, it's the second most prestigious university in Canada after the University of Toronto. People there come from everywhere in the world and it's massively more english than french ( of course it's an anglo institution ). Montreal has a very active night life probably the most active nightlife city in Canada.
I recently learned that the rest of the world (or maybe just the US) doesn't use our system of numbers to describe apartments.
1 1/2 : A bedroom and a kitchen + living room.
3 1/2 : An apt with a living room, separate bedroom and a separate kitchen.
Basically, every number is a bedroom/living room/kitchen
The 1/2 represents the bathroom.
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