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Access to the outdoors! The local expression for "patio," Montrealers, both French and English, use this word ALL the time. To pronounce it, say TERRR-ASS. And really roll that R.
The sweetest thing. Cabane à sucre is a term that's thrown around in both French and English conversation. A rite of passage for many locals, cabane à sucre season typically heralds the arrival of spring in Quebec. It translates literally as "sugar cabin."