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Montreal Urban Community —  Dissolved Region  — Downtown Montreal seen from Mont Royal The MUC at the time of its dissoution 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 that covered all municipalities that later merged into the megacity of Montreal. History It was composed of all the on-island municipalities of Montreal Island, plus their off-island appendages, and the municipality of L'Île-Bizard on Bizard Island. The supramunicipal level of government at the time of merger was changed to become the 450-zone plus 514 zone, instead of the 514-only MUC, and thus was created the 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 Since the merger and subsequent demerger, the MUC has been replaced by the Montreal Agglomeration Council.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 supramunicipal entity between the municipal level and the regional municipal level. The MUC formed part of the Greater Montreal Area. See also Reorganization of Montreal Metropolitan Toronto, Toronto's former analog of the MUC. Quebec City Urban Community v · d · eMontreal Features Coat of arms · Demographics · Flag · Name · Notable Montrealers · Sister cities History Expo 67 · Hochelaga · Mayors · Montreal Urban Community · October Crisis · Oldest buildings and structures · Reorganization of Montreal · 1976 Summer Olympics · Timeline Geography Downtown · Greater Montreal · Hochelaga Archipelago · Landmarks · Mount Royal · Neighbourhoods · Old Port · Parks · Rivière des Prairies · Saint Lawrence River · West Island Economy Board of Trade · Montreal Exchange · René Lévesque Boulevard · Saint Jacques Street · Skyscrapers Politics Boroughs · City Council · Elections · Mayor · Municipal government · Opposition leaders · Political parties Public Services Corporation d'Urgences-Santé de Montréal-Laval · Fire · Hospitals · Police Education Commission scolaire de Montréal · Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys · Concordia University · English Montreal School Board · Jewish Public Library · Lester B. Pearson School Board · List of schools and libraries · McGill University · Montreal Public Libraries Network · Université de Montréal · Université du Québec à Montréal Culture Architecture · Cuisine · Festivals and parades · Films · Media · Music groups · Shopping malls · Sport · Tourism Transportation Aéroports de Montréal · Agence métropolitaine de transport · Bridges · Central Station · Gare d'autocars de Montreal · Metro · Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport · Port of Montreal · Roads · Société de transport de Montréal Category  · Portal  · WikiProject v · d · eHistory of Montreal Topics Hochelaga · Fort Ville-Marie · Notre-Dame de Montréal · Governor of Montreal · Hôtel-Dieu · Saint-Sulpice Seminary · Battle of Long Sault · Old Montreal · Great Peace of Montreal · Citadel · Grey Nuns · 1732 earthquake · Capitulation of Montreal · American occupation · North West Company · Bank of Montreal · Lachine Canal · List of Mayors · Burning of the Parliament · Gavazzi Riots · Victoria Bridge · Golden Square Mile · Oldest buildings · Ouimetoscope · St. Lawrence Seaway · Expo 67  · Sir George Williams Computer Riot · Murray-Hill riot · October Crisis  · Montreal Urban Community · 1976 Summer Olympics · Overdale · Montreal Protocol · École Polytechnique massacre · Montreal merger · Dawson College shooting Timeline Pre-European period • 16th Century • 1600s • 1610s • 1620s • 1630s • 1640s • 1650s • 1660s • 1670s • 1680s • 1690s • 1700s • 1710s • 1720s • 1730s • 1740s • 1750s • 1760s • 1770s • 1780s • 1790s • 1800s • 1810s • 1820s • 1830s • 1840s • 1850s • 1860s • 1870s • 1880s • 1890s • 1900s • 1910s • 1920s • 1930s • 1940s • 1950s • 1960s • 1970s • 1980s • 1990s • 2000s This Montreal geographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e