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Montreal Urban Community

Montreal Urban Community
Dissolved Region
Downtown Montreal seen from Mont Royal
The MUC at the time of its dissolution
The MUC at the time of its dissolution
Country  Canada
Province  Quebec
Established 1970
Dissolved 2001 into the megacity
Area
 • Total 185.94 km2 (71.80 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 1,039,534
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
Address 11171, boul. Métropolitain Est, Montréal-Est, H1C 2B8
Website http://www.cum.qc.ca

The Montreal Urban Community (MUC) (Communauté Urbaine de Montréal — CUM) was a regional government in Quebec, Canada, that covered all municipalities located on the merged into the megacity of Montreal on January 1, 2002.

History

The supra-municipal level of government provided public transit service and police services. The MUC was first succeeded by Montreal Metropolitan Community (MMC). Since the merger and subsequent demerger, the MUC has been replaced by the Montreal Agglomeration Council. This left the MMC in place, so the Agglomeration Council is a supra-municipal entity between the municipal level and the regional municipal level.

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