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Montreal horse-drawn carriages take one last lap

By AFP
30 December 2019   |   2:25 pm
An old-fashioned way to get around to see sights or cruel to animals, Montreal's horse-drawn carriages will be taken off the roads on December 31, ending a long feud between animal rights activists and coachmen.

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