National Geographic : 1967 Apr
The 6-months' forecast this summer is FAIR! The theme of Expo 67 is "Man and his World", seen through the exhibits and pavilions of more than 70 nations. The spectacular Canadianpavilion, shown above, is the largest at the fair. Montrealgets its name from its beloved mountain, Mont Real. Generations of "Montrealais" have enjoyed this lofty, green oasis in the heart of their city. You can scale this mountain on foot, by car or by bus ... but traditionally,a horse and buggy is the only way to go! Boulevards, sidewalk cafes, flower stalls and kiosks create an enchantment about the city, reminiscent of Paris. Outdoor concerts are also a part of Montreal's summer evening scene. Th youth wave has swept Montreal's clubs and caarets! The Beat is the Beat, wherever you go, bb Montreal, with typical Gallic enthusiasm, offers a Little more variety in after-hours entertainment. Hie you ever tasted onion soup, Quebec-style? OrPerdrix au Chou ? Or Tourtiere? You should tr}these typical French-Canadiangastronomic deights, served in a special French-Canadianway. Watch out Paris! The artistry of Montreal'syouthful and talented fashion designers is just beginning to surface on the internationalfashion scene. You see the signs of it everywhere . . . in dozens of charming little boutiques that are springing up like flowers around downtown Montreal Some are decidedly mod .. . some not-so-mod. But all are mandatory visits for fashion-conscious women.