The Best Pokemon Go Locations To Find Rare Pokemon In MTL


Pokemon is all the rage, right now! With kids ranging from 30 to 45 years old, EVERYONE seems to be playing Pokemon Go on their cellphones (sorry Olds, You can’t play with your flip-phones LOL)!

But now everyone is wondering — WHERE DO I CATCH THE RARE POKEMONS?!? Well, the wait is over. We asked EVERYONE we know at La Belle Province, and we now have the COMPLETE list of the sweet, sweet spots to find your own Mewtwo! Here’s the full map with the list below!


1. La Belle Province

1604, Avenue de Mont Royal East

What you can find: Great poutine at an affordable price (great for munchies when you’re a student! Say hi to Manny, he’s real nice), Pidgey, Rattata, Squirtle.


2. La Belle Province

3608, Saint Laurent

What you can find: Great poutine at an affordable price (a true classic! who’s hungry???), Pidgey, Rattata and maybe Meowth.


3. La Belle Provence

1, Sainte Catherine W

What you can find: Did someone say steam-dogs?? YUM! Affordable price! Also; Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pigeon.


4. La Belle Province

1356, Jarry E

What you can find: Great poutine and steam-dog combo! If you say hi to Manny, he might take a few bucks off the price! NICE! Thanks Manny! Also; Pidgey, Rattata, Meowth, Seel, Fishy and Flowerhead.


5. La Belle Province

3001, Notre-Dame West

What you can find: Manny, Poutine, Pidgey, Drowsey, Machop


6. La Belle Provence

4579, Wellington

What you can find: Rattata, Pidgey, Meowth, Eevee. Secret cheat-tip: You can find ANY Pokemon there if you say hi to Manny twice and order poutine for all your friends. Did I hear “poutine”? YUM!


7. La Belle Province

6752, rue Sainte-Jacques

What you can find: Mankey, Rattata, Egghead, lots of Muk, Psyduck Poutine, Coderre, Steam-dogmon


8. La Belle Province

1216, Peel

What you can find: Great poutine at an affordable price (great for munchies when you’re a student! Say hi to Manny, he’s real nice), Pidgey, Manny, Rattata, Squirtle, Manny, Steve, Diglet, Manny, Ghastly, MEWTWO!!!!, Pidgey, Manny2.

What We Reveal About The Dead Obies / Mathiew Bock-Co^té Feud Will Shock You



World reknowned journalist Mathieu-Buck Côtée lashed out against Quebecois rap group Dead Obies this weekend because they use ‘franglais’. We at BlogMTL like Dead Obies because sometimes we udnerstand some of the words they use – but something that we did not understand was the journalist’s article.



So we decided to have our in-house translators do a thorough translation of the text so that our readers can enter the debate with informed opinions:


* I repeat here my column this morning in the Journal de Montreal.

Franglais has always existed in Quebec. But then, it was a mark of cultural and economic poverty, it is now claimed proudly served brand sophistication. Franglais is colonized refinement and won a place in the song, as evidenced by the success rather symptomatic of a group like Dead Obies.

Settled: We would have preferred to keep this term in the Museum of alienation Quebec. However, becomes relevant. No longer refers to Elvis Gratton age. But people properly, they are usually the cream of the world’s youth, and decided to speak French and English in the same sentence to let us know. Franglisant who believe in sending a signal: we are cosmopolitan.

This is perhaps the reality of cultural separation between Montreal and Quebec City. The first emerged as a distinct society against the second. Demographics also plays a role in Montreal, immigrants integrate within French Quebec Franglais. This is the dialect of the metropolis. Before yesterday, crossing Rosemont, I had to be back at the same time in Montreal and Quebec. It is increasingly rare in the sense of the island, I’m afraid.

This is obviously stilted slang defenders. We sing the creative freedom of artists, forgetting that artistic creation is not strictly individual. It feeds a culture, and feeds. But it is the result of extreme individualism that borders on cultural autism who eventually invents his own language, as if anyone could give rise to an idiom for personal use.

Common sense suggests that ridicules this way. But then I’ll be accused of linguistic purism identity talibanism or other infuriating nonsense. The simple fact that it is a numbing deculturation we win stupidity usual happy silly to be crushed: the language evolves and is appreciated. Ultimately, Franglais is not true language of Quebec?

But what is presented as a mixture of creative language is just sad creolization of language. Things are simple: each day, more and more Quebecers with difficulty speaking, to create the French, as if every time you wanted to say something important or exciting or transgressive thing was to pass in English. As if they were their own language as a prison and had come to breathe.

In fact, eating slowly the other language. English French food, eating, and not very good way. Miscegenation as French Quebec only one step in our anglicized. Returns the Dead Obies. In an interview, they have the language to motherfuckers. We do not deny. But the sad part is that they are proud.

There. You should now have plenty of ammunition to make sensible and well-researched posts all over the Internet. We love it.

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